Good morning, Frequency faithful. Can someone tell me how in the world it’s already June!?
Central Oregon has warmed up in the last couple weeks, and around here, warmer weather usually means more music. So without further adieu, here’s a look at what’s happening in Central Oregon over the next seven days, brought to you by LeBron James, who has plenty of time these days to do things like sponsor music blog posts. (Speaking of the NBA, have you read the NBA Finals preview that local hip-hop group Top Shelf did for Frequency? If not, you should. It’s a fun read.)
Anyway, in today’s GO! Magazine, we have:
-A little bit about each of the six young, mostly local bands playing in tonight’s Rise Up Battle of the Bands. Read up on them, then visit their MySpaces to hear their work: Adventure Galley / The Autonomics / The Snag / The Space Hoax / We Are Brontosaurus … and Hunters on the Horizon are so new, they don’t yet have a MySpace!
-My review of last weekend’s Rise Up benefit show featuring Water & Bodies, We Are Brontosaurus and Empty Space Orchestra. It’s like Rise Up week in GO!
-A roundup of what’s happening at Silver Moon Brewing this week.
-The details on tonight’s hip-hop show featuring Twitter-crazy Bay Area rapper Mistah F.A.B.
-A quick overview of where a few local acts are playing, including Detour: Jazz, The Quons, Moon Mountain Ramblers, Brian Hanson and a whole bunch of punk and metal bands.
-A reminder that Wednesday’s Brandi Carlile show at the Tower Theatre is sold out.
Say, did you know that not all of those links will work if you’re not subscribed to The Bulletin’s online edition? Well, they won’t. So if you want to see them all, please subscribe or pick up a hard copy of GO! Magazine.
Tags: Adventure Galley, Brandi Carlile, Detour: Jazz, Empty Space Orchestra, Hunters on the Horizon, Mistah F.A.B., Rise Up, The Autonomics, The Snag, The Space Hoax, Water & Bodies, We Are Brontosaurus, Weinland