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Daisies (Olympia), Ghost Feet (live debut of new line up!), Taranoya - 21+

  July 6, 2022 8:30 PM

Doors Open: 8:00 PM
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GENERAL ADMISSION - DAY OF SHOW TICKET: $12.00
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TICKET SALE DATES
GENERAL ADMISSION - ADVANCE TICKETS Public Onsale: May 25, 2022 11:00 AM to July 5, 2022 11:59 PM
GENERAL ADMISSION - DAY OF SHOW TICKET Public Onsale: July 6, 2022 12:00 AM to July 6, 2022 8:00 PM
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After releasing their debut record, Together Alone (Dropping Gems, 2015), Ghost Feet decided to shelve the project to focus on their respective solo projects. 
 The duo later reconvened at a Portland studio during the pandemic to build on a sound The FADER once called “the audio equivalent of dappled sunlight, winking and blinking through the shade”. During those initial studio sessions of live instrumentation, Ghost Feet added lead vocalist Jess Branch, who records + produces as Erina. The trio leapt into the creative unknown by embracing the experimental sonic textures of 4AD Records over programmed electronics. 
 What resulted from those sessions was the new single, It Disappeared. Rejecting a return to form, their newest single is soaked in rich guitar textures carried by cinematic melodies elevated by the silkiness of Jess’s ethereal voice. 
 Ghost Feet is Nuri Erdal, Rachel Dubuc, and Jess Branch based in Portland, Oregon by way of Olympia, WA. Their music has been featured in XL8R, VICE, Impose Magazine, The FADER, Earmilk, and other music publications. It Disappeared is Ghost Feet’s 1st release as a 3 piece + they anticipate releasing an EP in the fall.

Daisies ​nick their name from England’s 2nd generation flower children, peace-loving denizens of the nation’s late 80s/early 90s rave and festival cultures. It's a soft allusion to the ‘indie’, ‘baggy’ and psychedelia-inflected sounds of Happy Mondays and Saint Etienne extending to the sensibilites of these groups’ contemporaries in fields, warehouses + on pirate radio, the acid-and-hardcore-cum-jungle-and-dnb enthusiasts who no doubt fed off the same heady beat-driven craze even as they pushed it to more locally specialized, commerically informal and anonymous ends. Daisies conduct themselves like a band of the former variety, with their poppy, vocally fronted, LP-focused output, but the operative ethos is closer to that of producers or deejays of the latter. There is little interest in autobiographical narrative or persona except to play with them as conventions, sometimes for entertainment purposes. The musical focus is unequivocally—and unwistfully—on music’s immediate past, or mixing up certain chapters from it, or better yet irreverently tearing out the redeemable pages in those chapters and ecstatically highlighting their most salient phrases. The aim is to stake out and cultivate an unauthorized site of disciplinary potential, a composite space where industry’s anxious appeals of FFO and YMAL might lose their reassuring power, allowing for a healthier imaginary to circulate more freely and flourish.

Originally from Iran, Taranoya is the experimental ethereal producer, vocalist, composer based in Portland that creates lush dreamy atmospheres combined with ambient experiments. She strives to create music that leaves room for contemplation and playfulness. Her compositional finesse combine with textured atmospheric instrumentation and dreamlike vocals to create music that is a soundtrack to dreams. Though very personal, the music always translates into universal longings. Her debut is out on SAL
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