Tuesday, December 4, 2007

Ben Meyercord's Live Music Picks For This Week

Damn my inability to be everywhere at once!

There are too many shows in Portland.

If I could I would be at two or three show every night. Unfortunately I have a lack of money and time. Plus my body tends to slow down and eventually fall asleep on me. But I guess the question is, "is that a bad thing?" It depends I suppose.

So I guess what I am getting at is this:

Wednesday December 5th, 2007


Thursday December 6th, 2007
  • Portland Cello Project playing again at the Holocene with the Horse Feathers and Fall of Snow. (No you are not crazy, it is the exactly the same line up as last night. Which can be a good thing. You have two chances to see it.)
  • But at the same time there is The Graves and Boat playing over at the Doug Fir. Sigh.

Friday December 7th, 2007


Saturday December 8th, 2007:

  • Saturday is easy. I want to go to the Doug Fir to see Laura Gibson who is playing a show with the Cave Singers. I have missed both of these peoples last shows and regretted it. Something that I plan to rectify this Saturday.

Sunday December 9th, 2007:

  • Sunday an old acquaintance from Denton, TX, Fishboy is playing a show at Slabtown. So if I am in the mood for some indiepop opera I might go check that out.

But alas I do believe that I will be unable to attend the majority of these excellent shows because my wallet is just not fat enough. But you should try to. I figure that if we put our minds to it we can make sure that every good show is attended.


Brain Wright from The Graves -- photo by Ste. Goldie

PS -- Don't forget you can get your jam on at Someday Lounge Incubator TONIGHT!

2 comments:

Ste. Goldie said...

Ben! Thank you for agreeing to be a contributing member of Crappy Indie Music -- The Blog! I sincerely appreciate your effort (especially since I watched you hammer out this piece from square one -- hey remember that show? Anyways... Ben Meyercord Picks would be nice to have every week.

I am also looking for anyone who has some commentary on anything and everything that has to do with Portland Indie Music.

Topic driven short blurbs with pictures video music, you know whateves! As long as it's local to PDX...

tbone said...

nice
maybe if i got a life i could contribute
until then you will have to guide me
thanks for always steering us clear