Win Tickets ($24): Ringo Deathstarr @ Ash Street Saloon | w/ Purple, Daydream Machine, Tender Age, Melody-heavy Guitar Pop

We are giving away a pair of tickets to Ringo Deathstarr @ Ash Street Saloon on February 22. To win, comment on this post why you’d like to attend. Winner will be drawn and emailed Friday, February 21.

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Ringo Deathstarr @ Ash Street Saloon“Take Warning Presents”
Ringo Deathstarr
w/ Purple, Daydream Machine, Tender Age
February 22, 2014
8 p.m. | $10 ADV / $12 Doors | 21+
Tickets: ticketfly.com

Ash Street Saloon
225 SW Ash St, Portland, OR 97204
(503) 226-0430 | More info: ashstreetsaloon.com

Ringo Deathstarr
There is a direct line between My Bloody Valentine, the Jesus and Mary Chain and Ringo Deathstarr. And it stops at Slowdive Central. If you retain any fondness for those three – and are mentally aroused by a spot of melody-heavy guitar pop – you will adore the ‘Starr – THE GUARDIAN UK

It’s a shame we do not live in a world in which Ringo Deathstarr is the name of Liam Gallagher’s new band – NME

The band sounds like it leaped screaming out of My Bloody Valentine’s blown amps – WIRED

Purple
Purple is a 3 piece band from the small town Beaumont, TX. They have nothing better to do than to play until they bleed and kick alot of ass.

Daydream Machine
here is a realm where beauty, magic, sedation and elation exist in a constant stream. There is a plain where sonic waves create a vast wonderland for subconscious wanderers to explore, create, and radiate. We all know. We all go there in the meanderings of our minds, from day to day, minute to minute, filling in the gaps of what it is we consider reality to be. Yet, it is in these undefined spaces where we are truly formed, where our selves are given room to breathe. It was in the early morning hours of a soft Portland autumn in 2012 when four such fellows began building an audible vehicle to transport subconscious wanderers between these plains. A vehicle deemed Daydream Machine.

In the quiet dark basement of iconic drone-rocker Jason Adams from The Upsidedown wonder coalesced into form. Jonathan Allen, a founding member of The Upsidedown, had been living in Philly for the past eight years, working on his project Music For Headphones, and had just returned. At the same time, Matthew Bernard Strange from Portland’s prized group Hawkeye, and Josh Kalberg of the folk-gaze duo Whole Wide World, had been casually getting together with possible ideas brewing. Yet, it was there, in the hushed spaces of Jason’s basement where the four convened for the first time, in a trance-like state, releasing the confines of objective reality by the strike of a fuzzed out guitar chord. It wasn’t long until Charlotte Engler, also of Whole Wide World and chorister for Portland’s Trinity Episcopal choir lent her angelic voice to provide the soaring swoons rounding out the dynamic soundscapes which Daydream Machine creates.

Newly signed to Picture In Your Ear music, Daydream Machine has been piercing the Northwest scene with a slow-burn intensity playing with such acts as The Purrs, 1776, Souvenir Driver, Miracle Falls, and Kingdom of the Holy Sun. Some of their early demo basement tracks can be found on samplers “The Psychic Underground – Vol. 5″, and “The Active Listener – Record Store Day 2013″, and has received play on podcasts such as Anton Newcombe’s Dead TV, “Sideways Through Sound” out of Sydney, Australia, KZME in Portland, and “When the Sun Hits” on Strangeways Radio. With this momentum carrying them into their first full length album, Daydream Machine is establishing it’s presence as a tool of locomotive escape into the realm ethereal.

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2 Responses to Win Tickets ($24): Ringo Deathstarr @ Ash Street Saloon | w/ Purple, Daydream Machine, Tender Age, Melody-heavy Guitar Pop

  1. wallace February 20, 2014 at 15:06 #

    This looks like a fine Friday evening to me.

    To quote Sky Sunlight Saxon:

    “I see all these bands as missiles, like we have wars, this way I can be all these different bands, I can send all these bands out in different directions as there’s no personality involved, just to get the message out, how do you fight for peace? You have to earn it, you can’t fight for peace, that’s war. We can’t give awards or stars for killing somebody. That’s the cradle of civilization.”

  2. Amanda February 20, 2014 at 19:49 #

    Huh, based on the title I thought there would be at least one metal band that covers Beatles songs. Read the write-up and it still sounds really interesting even though I’m not exactly sure what to expect…

    To add to the confusion, Wallace, the only other contestant, seems to think that this is occuring on Friday night rather than Saturday. Although he suggests some sort of spiritual connection to the bands… Oh well, I’m game. On Saturday. ;-)

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