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Third Annual Stumpfest: 4.24 - 4.26

This weekend, Portland's loudest and least hipster overrun music festival, Stumpfest, which is returning for it's third year in a row, will be taking over Mississippi Studios. 3-day passes to the metal festival are already sold out, but individual day passes are still a-plenty ($15 in advance, $17 at the door), if you just want to catch one night of music, or don't mind paying for multiple day-passes to catch the whole event.

Featuring many-a-rad Portland based bands, this year's top notch Stumpfest line up is as follows:

Thursday 4.24.14:

Trans Am - joined by: Federation X, Life Coach, Drab Majesty and Hot Victory.

Friday 4.25.14:

Red Fang - joined by: Lord Dying, Norska, Black Pussy, Ancient Warlocks, and Chron Goblin

Saturday 4.26.14:

YOB - joined by: Black Cobra, Diesto, Drunk Dad, and Honduran

- Travis Leipzig

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Drab Majesty play Part Time Punks on 12.15

The pulsing rush of slinky electro duo Drab Majesty slickly changed gears on their debut EP Unarian Dances, interspersed somewhere between throbbing electronic textures and irreverent lo-fi sonic excursions. They followed that EP with a pair of songs that featured a more pronounced darkwave aesthetic, emanating bouncy synth lines and snappy mechanized rythmic patterns like a mysterious silhouette shifting across the walls in a dance-fused frenzy. The project of main songwriter Andrew Clinco is making one last 2013 appearance this Sunday night at the Echo, opening for Captured Tracks electro-pop fixtures Minks in their infamous Part Time Punks series. Drown yourself with lavish sadness by streaming their gleaming track "Foreign Eyes" below. 

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