FREEFORM PORTLAND Concert Review

"Heading into downtown Portland on a Friday night is always an adventure. I prefer not to spend $10 to park my car, so I usually opt for the SmartPark and walk the 10 blocks past staggering drunks and screaming college kids to arrive at Dante’s." 

"February 9th’s show was a tribute to the Women Who Rock Portland. Opening the night was an indie-electropop band called When We Met. Bryan and Melissa are more than bandmates, they’re lovers. Melissa rocked a solid bass while Bryan played guitar and pinball-bounced off the walls." 

"Their chemistry was infectious and their sound highly energetic, often danceable, a mix of late 80’s New Wave and mid 90’s Indie Rock. Both of them shared vocal duties and sang about everything from women’s rights to their own personal demons. In between songs, the couple exuded a genuine warmth that drew the audience into their world. They wrapped up with a Pixies cover that moved the entire room to sing along." 
 ~Uncle Scotty of Freeform Portland & Radio Hot Tub 

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