I am writing on a computer that has seen far better days. This was once a glorious laptop I could take to coffee shops, but now it’s hooked into an external monitor out of necessity. It’s as if the poor thing is on life support, except I’m totally ready to blast it into smithereens.
The parade of Portland bands stopping by our pal Travis Harrison’s podcast/video show Serious Business on BreakThru Radio just keeps on rolling. This time around it’s Brenda – by special request of The Milkman’s Union. The guys hit the studio to record 4 songs and talk to Travis the day after playing a show at […]
Here’s part 2 of our Free Range Music Festival photo coverage. Photos by Conall O’Brien, Emily Qualey, and Bryan Bruchman. Check out part one here.
Photos by David Zwickerhill.
There isn’t much more to say about Titus Andronicus – last night at SPACE only further solidified the band as one of my own personal favorite rock acts. The group’s first ever show in Maine (and drummer Eric’s birthday!) drew a strong crowd (especially for a Tuesday night). Brenda kicked […]
Death By Audio – Brooklyn, NY (January 2008)
With all the recent theater productions happening at SPACE Gallery, it’s possible to get confused when you see Titus Andronicus on the schedule. Tonight will in fact be the punk band from Glen Rock, NJ, not the play by Shakespeare. Got it? Great.
Brenda is currently the band at the center of the Portland indie rock scene. With deep roots and infinite connections musically and socially that touch almost everybody who spends their nights practicing and playing shows in our many venues, the trio also happens to have a knack for writing catchy songs that share a piece […]
Keep yourself warm and dry on this snow day with two new demos from Brenda.
DEMOS by brendabrenda
The trio (sometimes more) plays February 1 at Port City Music Hall for a TWO show with Marie Stella. Poster below by Kris Johnsen.