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Wednesday, October 2, 2013

This Week's Mercury Music Section

Posted by Ned Lannamann on Wed, Oct 2, 2013 at 3:31 PM

Another week, another Mercury music section unimpeded by the government shutdown—but first things first! The first-ever Chili Jamboree is happening this Sunday, and it includes chili from 10 of Portland's best chefs, plus great country music from Lucero, Sturgill Simpson, Daniel Romano, Shelby Earl, and Mission Spotlight. In other words, the GREATEST Sunday of all time, so don't miss it! Here's lots more info about all the meaty, beany, spicy goings-on, and get tickets here before they're all gone.
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Musician Dave Depper honored us by taking time out of his busy schedule of flying around inside an animated dreamland to inform us about all the wonderful Pet Shop Boys music we've been missing out on. Thank you, Dave.

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The Stranger's super-cool music editor, Emily Nokes, wrote this superb piece on Chastity Belt, the band you might know from that dumb BuzzFeed list of awkward band photos. But have you actually heard Chastity Belt? You have not. They are awesome. Thank you, Emily.

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Old Light is speedily wrapping up their incredibly ambitious, yearlong, five-cassette project, and the excellent Ryan White climbed to the top of a mountain with the band's Garth Klippert to talk about it. Well, not a mountain, exactly. A mount. Mount Tabor, to be exact. It sort of counts. Thank you, Ryan.

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Ryan J. Prado does not speak Dutch, but he intrepidly interviewed Dutch musician Jacco Gardner, who makes exquisite baroque pop. Thank you, Ryan.

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And a full week's supply of Up & Coming shows.


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