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Trixie Pop! January 3, 2015

Featuring local music and interviews with Portland musicians and cultural innovators, Trixie Pop is the place to bring your ears, brain, and heart every Saturday from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Help Portland Radio Projects’s smart, local, friendly attitude reach more listeners through the airwaves with a tax-deductible donation today!

We played “Tempo” from Mbrascatu’s new CD, celebrated by Dennise and a sold-out crowd at a joyful show last night at Mississippi Studios:

Mbrascatu

Photo courtesay Ana Ammaan of Oregon Music News.

Mbrascatu came to Portland Radio Project to play some music and answer some questions just a few weeks ago; check out it out here. See an acoustic version of the band on Monday nights at Piazza Italia; it’s small and popular, so be sure to make a reservation!

 

Inessa and Eric John Kaiser are unable to make it into the studio for our planned interview today, but of course, his music is still playing on Trixie Pop and available to you for a re-listen at any time!

 

Thankfully, the town of Monmouth ended its lengthy history of prohibition in 2002, and now you can now enjoy a glass of the good stuff at a live show by Eric, in celebration of his new CD, “Idaho.”
CD Release Party — Free!
Saturday, January 17, 6:00 pm

Crush Wine Bar, 105 Main Street East, Monmouth

 

We had a bit of fun, at the expense of Portlanders like us, with the “Twelve Things Portlanders Say” at GoLocalPDX. Parson’s Hat (not Amish):

golocalpdx

 

For those loving the funk on today’s show, be sure to check out more of Norman Sylvester — The Original Northwest Boogie Cat — at upcoming shows this month, including at Duff’s Garage tonight!  (photos courtesy normansylvester.com)

 

We also heard “Problems” from Dirty Revival, where soul meets hip hop. Check out the video from their studio recording of “Problems” and keep an eye out for upcoming shows!

Dennise

As a host on Portland Radio Project, she debuted her show – Trixie Pop - on Saturdays, 11 am to 1 pm.The show features music from the Pacific Northwest with an emphasis on the great goodness made right here in Puddletown.The show also takes a look a the ever-changing terrain of Portland culture and celebrates the fine offerings of the burgeoning arts scene.

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