Long Hallways – Tickets – Mississippi Studios – Portland, OR – July 26th, 2017

Long Hallways

Migration Brewing Presents Mississippin' with Portland instrumental post-punk band with new LP

Long Hallways

Three For Silver, Yeah Great Fine

Wed, July 26, 2017

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

$5 ADV/DOS

This event is 21 and over

Mostly Standing / Limited Balcony Seats 

Long Hallways
Long Hallways
Formed in 2012, Long Hallways is an instrumental post-rock band based in Portland. Inspired by exploration and expression, Long Hallways writes and performs songs with diversely influenced character that feature intricate bass lines, ascending guitar melodies, and layered keys with electronic embellishments. Their first seven track album, "Live from Dystopia", was released in Dec, 2013.
Three For Silver
Three For Silver
Three For Silver runs off the friction of opposing forces. Thunderous bass and dreamy melody, baritone growl and smooth soprano, new music and timeworn style. The band creates a sound that is both wholly unique and yet familiar. If it's retro, no one has found its time period. If it's folk music, no one has found its country of origin.
Yeah Great Fine
Yeah Great Fine
Yeah Great Fine. Something we all say when we just don't care. Perhaps a dig on the general malaise of our generation (ourselves included). Mostly, an ironically spiritless label for a band that is anything but. Yeah Great Fine was born, like many bands, of a shared practice space and newly found free time, but also of a desire to create something new and vital.

We've all played in several bands and have seen countless others, and too often we walk away thinking, "I've heard that before". It's trite, but we want to make music that simply didn't exist yet; to share with audiences the sheer joy that we feel when we discover something completely unique.

Our influences are many: the lush vocal harmonies of the Beach Boys, the heavily layered approach of bands like Battles and Maps & Atlases, the pulsing groove of Ratatat, and the dense polymeter of traditional West African rhythms.

Most of the band has spent time in Jared Mees & Grown Children, so early on we were taken under the wing of Jared Mees, who also owns Tender Loving Empire (Typhoon, Y La Bamba, Finn Riggins) and he has been an indispensable resource for us.

We released our self-titled debut album in November of 2010 to exceptionally positive national and international acclaim, and are about to release the "Circadian EP", a 4-song 7" being released through our friends in San Francisco, 20 Sided Records.

Known for our energetic and infectious live shows, we made a name for ourselves in the local Portland scene playing any party we could. Since then we have built our way up to playing some of Portland's most respected venues (Doug Fir Lounge, Mississippi Studios, Wonder Ballroom). We've shared the stage with national acts such as the Walkmen, Typhoon, Free Energy, as well as beloved West Coast bands such as Finn Riggins, and Tartufi. We've played innumerable shows in Portland (including the two biggest local music festivals, Musicfest Northwest and PDX Pop Now!), as well as several regional tours and a full west coast tour.