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Mon May 10, 8 pm
Lola's Room Southwest Portland (Portland)
$10 - $12
With a voice that sounds like it was cut straight from the era when Nancy Sinatra reigned supreme, the music of Portland-based singer-songwriter Alexandra Savior conjures haunted dolls, patterned carpet, and the chill of a forest in winter. It’s cinematic and full of longing. After working with Alex Turner on her 2017 debut Belladonna of Sadness (which admittedly sounds Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino-adjacent), her latest album, The Archer, borrows all the old-school synthesizers and pairs it with a ’70s Italian-horror mood. “Crying All the Time” purrs with a woozy sophisticated sadness while “Howl” shimmers with synths, held down by an ominous bass line. by Jasmyne Keimig
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