What’s This Called? Nofest 8 Stage @ Slim’s!

Written by Ricardo Wang on September 3, 2015



Nofest 8 presents a Special Party to celebrate 10 years of What’s This Called? on KPSU.org

4-8 PM is ALL AGES (and free of course) and features groups with multi-generational performers.

Four Dimensional Nightmare (from Federal Way WA) 4 PM

Dead Air Fresheners 5 PM https://www.youtube.com/TheDeadAirFresheners/videos

Luxifer (featuring Tiffany Lee Brown & Gusty) 5:30 PM

Eet w/ Kids 6 PM https://www.facebook.com/pages/Eet

Derek M. Johnson (from Olympia WA) 7 PM https://www.facebook.com/DerekMJohnsonCello Ov

Jeremy C. Long 8 PM https://jeremylong.bandcamp.com/

Jen Grady (from Olympia WA) 9 PM

Office Products 10 PM http://www.discogs.com/artist/67027-Office-Products

Faerie Moons 11 PM https://www.facebook.com/pages/Faerie-Moons/970028899716702

Jennifer Robin 11:30 PM https://myspace.com/writingsofjenniferrobin

Overdose the Katatonic (from Seattle WA) 12 AM https://soundcloud.com/overdose-the-katatonic

Fischopf Sinfoniker (from Bellingham WA) 12:30 AM http://www.fischkopfsinfoniker.com/

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10 years ago Ricardo Wang brought his orphaned late night experimental music program to a permanent hope in the weekend daytime of KPSU, Portland’s college radio.

Now a decade later What’s This Called? is a KPSU institution and to celebrate this exciting anniversary Ricardo has put together a non-stop party as part of Nofest 8 at Slim’s in St. John’s, all for free!

The party starts from 4-8 PM with an All Ages showcase of eclectic artist from around the Northwest, several who incorporate child and youth members in their lineups.

Then from 8 to close Slim’s goes 21+ and the free experimental music keeps coming from Linnton’s godfather of drone Jeremy C. Long through the always mind warping words of Jennifer Robin to Bellingham, Washington’s subversive beat master Fischkopf Sinfoniker.

12 different acts at Slim’s on Lombard and that’s just one of several Nofest stages on September 12th! Ricardo will also be hosting cellists Jen Grady and Derek Johnson at noon on What’s This Called? to preview their sets at the anniversary show.

KPSU presents What’s This Called? for ten years and counting!





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