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Goldhouse New Single

Goldhouse has teamed up with LA's Lostboycrow to release a new single called "Free From The Start".

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Dance music for the tense Newyorker: Informant

Dance music needn’t always be bright and fun, as Brooklyn one man operation Informant will show you. Heavy electronics, percussive synth tracks, and an overall ambiguity work to make the body move without consent. It is a conflicted experience, though one that’s difficult to ignore—and could be said to be generational of sentiment. - JP Basileo

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Speed up your pulse tomorrow at Holocene

 The next installment of Willamette Week's quarterly showcase, Pulse, is coming up tomorrow with a lineup that's set to liven things up. WW's Best New Artist Last Artful, Dodgr will be headlining the event with her lit, trappy beats and a tone of voice that brings even more intrigue to her flow.

Current Deli Portland Artist of the Month nominees Pleasure Curses will be mixing up the night with a bit of electronica just after the new musical project from Ripley Snell and Grape God, Wine+Coffee, opens up the night with their experimental hip hop outlet.

Pulse is a free, quarterly 21 and over event that's meant to feature some of Portland's best in the underappreciated hip hop and r&b scene. With lineup's like this and of Pulse's past, they're doing a damn good job at it.

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Valaska

Valaska is preparing to release their third LP, Inchoate. Below is the first single from the album, "Vessel".

You can help Valaska celebrate the release of the new album on July 8th at Wire in Berwyn with Elk Walking, Bad Bad Meow, and The Erratics.

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Yea Big & Kid Static

Earlier this Spring Yea Big & Kid Static returned to the studio after a 7 year hiatus to produce Quilt No. 2. This is the duo's first release since 2009's The Future's Looking Grim. The album highlights creative beat making, aggressive sampling, and lyrics laced with struggle tinged with optimism.

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