The Weather Machine – Tickets – Doug Fir Lounge – Portland, OR – January 5th, 2018

The Weather Machine

Contemporary Folk-Pop Storytelling from Portland Favorites

The Weather Machine

MOsley WOtta, Kulululu

January, 5th, 2018

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm

$12.00 - $14.00

This event is 21 and over

The Weather Machine
The Weather Machine
“A little bit Josh Ritter, a little bit Modest Mouse, the Weather Machine forges a stable relationship between contemporary folk-pop and more traditional pop-rock sensibilities, and are one of the current flag-bearers of the sound in Portland.”–Willamette Week“

Bigger, louder, and more dynamic than their debut, and they've never sounded better”–Portland Mercury“

Capable of channeling a soaring energy through their performances” –PASTE Magazine“

Peach sees the band not only expanding into a more straightforward rock sound on many songs, it also sees them exploring country-tinged songs (“Wannabe Cowboys”) and even some slow-burn electronica (“Peach”).” –Eleven PDX Magazine***

The Weather Machine’s sophomore full-length, Peach, was recorded over the course of two years, and showcases the band’s transition from folk-born storytelling into the realm power-ballads and effects pedals. It’s not quite “tongue and cheek,” but Peachmakes the listener wonder as it pits a not-quite-country anthem called “Wannabe Cowboys” right up against the electronic slow-jam title track, then moves deftly along into “Breakup Song” –a tune worthy of high-kicking chorus lines. They’ve drawn comparisons to everything from My Morning Jacketto Cake.A short few months after their independent release in 2015, The Weather Machine was tapped to openfor Grammy-nominated Alabama Shakesin Portland, OR, and then again for Cold War Kids, both to sold out audiences. 2016brought the bandto Austria, Switzerland, Germany, and the Czech Republicin February, marking The Weather Machine’s first trip overseas. They’re currently recording athird full-length, and expect announce this year.Based in Portland OR, The Weather Machinereleased its first album after a blustery winter of recording on the Oregon Coast. With strong ties to the region, the 5-piece found its roots in the Pacific Northwest’s unique folk aesthetic, developing ahard-hitting, theatrical rock performancethat expands upon their recorded work. After emerging on the scene in April ‘13, The Weather Machinehas been featured inPASTE Magazine, Buzzfeed,OPB’s Think Out Loud,The Oregonian, thePortland Mercury,Willamette Week, and many more international and US-based publications. Theyworked collaboratively withOregon State ParksandOregon Filmto release their first music video, which debuted on acclaimed actor RainnWilson’s video blogSoulPancakeand was later rereleased online throughGoPro Cameras. Slater Smithstarted The Weather Machinein 2012, andthe band nowfeaturesdrummer Luke Hoffman,bassistAndré Zapata,saxophonistNoah Bernstein, and guitaristTim Karplus.They are currentlyproducing their thirdfull-length record in collaborationwith Oregon State Parks and Oregon Coast Visitor’s Association. The Weather Machine’sconcept album in celebration of the 50thAnniversary of Oregon’s 1967 environmentalBeach Bill will be released before 2018.
MOsley WOtta
MOsley WOtta
MOsley WOtta is both a full live band and solo performer Jason Graham. Jason Graham is a prize wining competitive poet and performer.Both his visual and auditory artistic expressions art inspires us to find common bonds. Even the stage name is a play on the words mostly water. MOsley WOtta solo or ensemble, is fun, uplifting and high energy
Kulululu
Kulululu
Kulululu has traveled long and far to finally arrive on earth. While here, Kulululu is in search of the answers to the questions; why? and why not? You may not understand what they are saying. You may not understand why they look the way they do. They may not understand these things either. What's important is that time is continuous, and without it we cannot find our way back to where we started.