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It was my first concert attended at Crystal Ballroom and yet again I entered a venue, surprised how much bigger the room turned out to be from what I had expected coming into the building. That seems to be a theme in Portland: Impressive venues hiding behind unflashy facades. Something similar could be said about […]

“Noah Gundersen is an American indie folk singer-songwriter from Seattle”, is the description one finds when looking up his name on the internet. That must have been true for previous albums, as his newest release Lover from August 23rd of 2019 seems far from being a folk album. It still has a folky side to […]

Infected Mushroom played at the Roseland Theater on Friday November 8th. They have been touring for about 20 years. My dad introduced me to IM and since then I’ve been a fan of theirs. The show began with Randy Seidman’s DJ set. About an hour into the show he swapped with LOWSH. After that OPTIKOS […]

When a piece of entertainment modifies the way you think, the way you feel, two things happen. Your way of looking at the world changes, and you develop a personal connection with that story. I’ve seen it happen during The Office when Jim and Pam get married, and the first episode of The Simpsons when […]

  Mandy (2018) has garnered both critical and popular acclaim, solidifying its place as one of the most memorable movies to be released this year. I hope they put out a commercial on television since I had to find out about this after watching a two-review episode of Half in the Bag in which they […]

Panic! At the Disco performed at the Portland Moda Center Sunday August 12th. High level theatrics i.e. big stadium show expectations were met in full. After the opening bands finished a large countdown clock appeared on the primary screen at the back of the stage. Considering the number of times I’ve stressed about making a […]

On today’s edition of the House of Sarcasm, we checked out some songs that have been selected by Multnomah County Library for its new Library Music Project.   From their website: “Multnomah County Library’s Library Music Project is an online platform that showcases and shares current local music for free. The goal of the Library Music […]

The pacific northwest’s annual Sasquatch! Music Festival has officially come to a close, and as always it has lived up to the expectation and hype as years past. Sasquatch is pitched each year in Washington’s Gorge Amphitheater. Tyler, the Creator commented on the location of the venue during his set, asking “Sasquatch… What town are […]

Over 50,000 “Swifties” filled Seattle’s CenturyLink Field. Attendees traveled from all over Washington, Oregon, Canada, and even other nearby states, to witness the visual spectacle that is Taylor Swift’s 2018 Reputation Tour. Attendees were no casual fans either, as many recreated past outfits by Swift and made homemade car costumes in reference to one of […]

Already two months into her tour, Portland’s patience is finally rewarded as P!NK brings her Beautiful Trauma Tour to the City of Roses’ sold out Moda Center. After years of touring and countless performances, P!NK has become a master entertainer. Anyone who has seen a guest performance of hers at an award show knows the […]


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