Q&A: My Dad

written by: Erin Vogel on April 6, 2014

Pop ‘stache recently sat down with Dave Collis, founding member and lead singer of Chicago-based noise rock band My Dad, a week before its show on April 10 to celebrate the release of the band’s new 7″ record, Mouth Bleeder. Over vegan pizza at the Boiler Room, Collis talked about what it’s like to play in a […]

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Adam Brock Makes Some Friends

written by: Sean Hatfield on March 29, 2014

Adam Brock 4’s blooming career has picked up some attention playing in some of Portland’s better venues and…

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The Neighbourhood at the Aragon on March 24, 2014

written by: Erin Vogel on March 26, 2014

California-based rock band The Neighbourhood, a.ka. NBHD, is still a fairly new band. It was only last summer that its addictive tribute to West Coast temperatures and teenage love, “Sweater Weather” hit No. 1 on Billboard’s alternative chart. Last Monday, the group hit another milestone—playing its biggest sold out U.S. show as a headlining act at […]

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Q&A: Augustines’ Rob Allen

written by: Kendall Klitzke on March 10, 2014

Coming to Lincoln Hall March 15, American indie rock trio, Augustines, is on an international tour following the February release of the band’s self-titled, second studio album. Preceded by the emotional, telling Rise Ye Sunken Ships, an album that centered on personal tragedy, Augustines is a light in the darkness. Pop ’stache was able to […]

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Major League at Beat Kitchen on February 27, 2014

written by: Utsav Yadav on February 28, 2014

Raw emotions, thumping drums clashing with screechy guitars and high treble charisma highlighted Major League’s live gig at the Beat Kitchen. But out of the five bands that played that night, only one shined brightly on the densely lit stage, and it wasn’t the main headliner. The night began with local hardcore-punk outfit, Arkham blaring […]

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