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Foam Castles invite you to Come Over to My House
Bitch all you want about the firehose of new music nowadays, but the lowered barriers to recording and distribution certainly do make it easier for artists to be a lot more playful in their releases.
| April 15, 2011
Gully + Foam Castles + Sunset Hearts at Empire Dine and Dance, January 8
Gully, Foam Castles, and Sunset Hearts at Empire was a veritable who's-who of the Portland indie rock scene.
| January 14, 2011
Run for Cover
If there was ever the idea that Honey Clouds were just Harpswell Sound with a new rhythm section, let their sophomore album, Cover the Forest , dispel it forever.
Honey Clouds shake the trees and get noisy
| May 28, 2010
Falling into you
Between Ron Harrity's skills as recording engineer, label guru (Peapod Recordings), and guitarist/sideman, he's racking up an impressive resume (see the accompanying review of the Isobell record for more details), and the new Honey Clouds record just a
Something old, something new from Honey Clouds
| May 22, 2009
A Peapod grows in Portland
Harrity’s albums sound like the work of an invisible hand, and it’s apparent that he likes it that way.
A young label sports sonic wisdom
| May 07, 2008
Other peas in the pod
In addition to the Brown Bird and Dead End Armory albums here are two recent Peapod releases
| May 07, 2008
At last! Honey Clouds, an indie-rock four-piece full of familiar faces, emerged from their year-long gestation to play their first show.
Music seen at Empire Dine and Dance, January 25, 2008
| January 30, 2008
Portland scene report: August 10, 2007
Pfeifle’s some kind of weird ass-obsessed freak, apparently.
Sibilance starts now
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| August 08, 2007
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