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Hickey Fest 2015! June 19th-21st

We're very excited about this year's Hickey Fest! Local promoter, Ash Reiter has done it again and this year's line up is overflowing with awesome psych and folk artists. A large portion of the line up is local, so we love this fest to the fullest and think you should pack up your camping gear and head out to have a seriously rejuvenating and authentic music experience. We've got all the information here for you!

"It’s back and it’s better than ever!! We All Together Presents Hickey Fest 2015. Hickey Fest is a 3-day independent music festival featuring 25 bands, community campgrounds, psychedelic projections and other relaxing adventures held in Leggett, California in Mendocino County, just 3 hours north of the Bay Area. Named after Standish Hickey State Park, where the South Fork of the Eel River shimmers against a backdrop of majestic redwoods, Hickey Fest takes place over summer solstice weekend: Friday-Sunday, June 19-21 – the 3 longest days of the year and somehow the 3 longest nights. With group camping at Standish Hickey State Park and bands playing across the way at The Peg House, Hickey Fest is a special summer treat. The Peg House features a shaded outdoor stage and patio area, a sandwich shack with vegan options and lots of tasty micro-brews on tap, and a general store for all your last-minute camping and grocery needs. Katie Colver, the Bay Area’s own favorite musical yogi, will offer Showga (yoga accompanied by live music) each morning. Lance Gordon will be lighting up the night with his Mad Alchemy liquid light show and psychedelic projections. Get a taste of what's in store with this fun Hickey Fest Video from Arsenii Vaselenko."

Now pack your swimsuit, strap on your guitar and get ready for HICKEY FEST!!

Get your weekend pass now, shared camping included.

HICKEY FEST ARTISTS: Jolie Holland – Dead Meadow – Vetiver – The Blank Tapes – Cool Ghouls – Sugar Candy Mountain – Bells Atlas – Assateague – Two Sheds – Mild High Club – Trans Van Santos – The Donkeys – White Manna – fpod bpod – The Range of Light Wilderness – Everyone is Dirty – The Electric Magpie – Pearl Charles – Luke Sweeney – Lost Luvs – Young Nudist – Extra Classic – This Frontier Needs Heroes - Kacey Johansing

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What the Festival is Set to Deliver an Epic Fourth Year

The days are getting longer and the weather dude is telling me the temperature isn’t going to dip below 80 degrees anytime soon, so this could only mean one thing, What The Festival 2015 is right around the corner! This year marks the festival’s fourth go-around, and the folks that put this shindig together are gearing up Oregon’s Wolf Run Ranch for another successful weekend.

This festival has a little bit of everything. It takes place on a gorgeous campground about 25 miles east of Mt. Hood. There’s enough room to walk through a (glow in the dark!) forest, lounge on plush sofas, benches, and any other designated or non-designated chill zones, dance in a splash pool with a stage that pumps out beats all day long. You can attend workshops, go to yoga and all that jazz. And to top it off, you get to witness a slew of the top producers and DJs in the game.

Names like Big Gigantic, Griz, and Seattle’s ODESZA top the list of a funkafied lineup, and there is also a number of local acts and up-and-coming artists that fill out the three day extravaganza. This event is held in Oregon for good reason. There is plenty of Portland influence, especially on the music side, here is a list of local flavor:

Indubious – Electronic reggae, or reggae with electronics. Somewhere in the middle of that is the hard hitting duo from Ashland. A live bass player and keys/and synths mix beautifully in front of beats will go off in psychedelic tangents, but always find their way back to the traditional reggae songs they’ve been making for years.

Hustle and Drone – Synth pop straight outta Portland. H&D has seen a large growth of success over the past year. The songs they write have an indie rock influence and always hold a danceable beat.

Ernest Lovers w/ Pete Krebs – Quite a bit of a different pace than the majority of the lineup, but these are local legendary song writers. They will provide a nice break from the chaos and give your brain cells a minute to rejuvenate with some slow and melodic honky tonk.

EPROM – Bass heavy with a little bit of hip hop. EPROM is one of the most notable Portland acts on the list and is set to have a big summer. He makes his beats with old school drum and bass influences and touches and dabbles of dubstep and trap. It’s damn near impossible not to dance for this.

Solovox – Piano extraordinaire and beat maker. Carl Solovox knows how incorporate his refined piano skills and put them to use on a synthesizer. He’s been known to remix some classic rock and roll (Johnny Cash, AC DC, the list goes on) and always creates a dance party of epic proportions.

Barisone – Master of silk and smooth. Barisone has become a household name in the Portland community with a steady working relationship with FAK Wednesdays and Bubblin. His music is grounded in hip hop and R&B and will change what you thought you knew about the word “sexy.”

Device Grips – straight up dance funk – full band! The (relatively) new Portland band, Device Grips are making their name quickly with blues infused horn-heavy funk with a little bit of rap n’ roll to create some of the liveliest music out there. Don’t be the person that has to tell people a year from now that you missed this set because you were trying to get a burrito (nothing against burritos, but trust me on this one).

Lovebomb Go-Go Marching Band – One of the most extravagant acts you’ll see, ever. This band hails from outer space, I assume, given their space helmets and vibrant clad of silver linings that make up their uniforms. Who knows what they’re going to pull out for a festival like this?

Other notable local artists include: Chrome Wolves, Lincoln Up, Mr. Wu, Takimba, Trashcan Joe, PRSN, Tyler Tastemaker, Deafmind, Octaban, Hal-V & Space Case, Quarry, Laura Lynn, Computer Pham, Diablo, and Montel Spinozza.

Moral of this story: Get your tickets to What the Festival and try and catch every one of these!

-Colin Hudson


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Ghost Town Jenny Supports Tor Miller & Smoke Screen at Swedish American Music Hall - 6/17

The Oakland based folk band, Ghost Town Jenny will be supporting a couple of great out-of-town acts at the Swedish American Music Hall in San Francisco on June 17th. Ghost Town Jenny (led by singer/songwriter, Kym Kylland) is one of the rare local acts you can confidently and definitively call, "folk". Kylland's music is super pretty, simplistic and a joy to listen to.

Smoke Screen is a soulful electro pop duo that's going to create a nice crescendo as they'll follow GTJ on the bill. They've got a flashy Hollywood pop style, but their sound embodies more of Los Angeles' local music scene than a homogenized Hollywood version of a style they originally crafted. They're talented, polished and will be cool to experience live as well.

Brooklyn's Tor Miller sounds kind of like the Billy Joel of 2025....or Elton John if he grew up in Williamsburg in 1997. That's pretty cool. Miller's piano based ballads are haunting but still pop oriented. It's possible that he's going to put on a thorough and emotive show that's going to make you remember his performance for a long time. Don't miss this line up at Swedish American Music Hall on June 17th!

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Frankie and Jimmy @ This Ain't Hollywood

This 2 piece plays stripped down bluesy folk tunes that come straight from the garage. They released their album "Scream the Blues" in 2013 and it's nothing but fun to listen to. The first tune "Beautiful City" is a dirty blues song mainly utilizing a just kick drum and harmonica. It's quick and to the point. It sets the tone for what's to come. That's when they fire into "Let It Rock" which is a fast paced guitar rocker that's basically a 2 piece Johnny B. Goode. I have heard and seen the name Frankie & Jimmy around town but I had no idea their tunes were this cool. They remind me a lot of King Khan & BBQ Show which is a 2-piece garage oldies type band as well. Frankie & Jimmy hit up This Aint Hollywood on Friday. -Kris"Big City"Gies

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New Track: "Colors Radiate" - Camera Shy

Below is the latest track from bedroom pop project Camera Shy called "Colors Radiate," which is from the band's upcoming self-titled album. The bicoastal (Philly/San Francisco) duo is comprised of Nick Bassett (Nothing, Whirr) and Alexandre Morte (ex-Whirr). Their first full-length is schedule for release on June 14 via Run For Cover Records.

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