In these tumultuous times, sometimes it seems we’re on the brink of destruction. However, instead of cowering in fear, I thought it might be a good idea to take inspiration from the people of mid-century America - The Original Atomic Age.
How did they deal with their feelings? Sure, they built bomb shelters, but mostly they danced about it. They danced, and danced, and danced and danced. They invented so many whimsical dance steps until they had danced the worry right out of them!
So won’t you please set aside your cares for a night, and join us for an Atomic Age-Oldies Party. Dance like there’s no tomorrow! Dress up in clothing inspired by the era and have an ATOMIC BLAST on the dance floor!
Your host DJ Action Slacks will spin 45 record with DJ Wildman James and DJ Folklore:
R&B, early rock n roll, soul, garage rock, rockabilly, girl groups, and pop records from the 1950s & 1960s. Familiar favorites with fun rarities!
This is a benefit for “old” Portland’s radio station House of Sound
DATE: Saturday 7/22
ADMISSION : $5 at the door
TIME: 9 pm til late o'clock
LOCATION: Hawthorne Eagles Lodge
Presented by House of Sound & DJ Action Slacks
The Doctor is back on the show tonight with special guest. Tune in from 8-10pm on houseofsound.orgor listen anytime on the Chauncy Pops show page.
Join R. Matthew Booker of The Space Program from 9-11 and President Jeff from 11-1 for an eclectic mix of rock, roll and etc. Come take a load off!
~ Tentacle Night is a casual monthly shindig for House of Sound to connect with the community and grow its member base. Members and volunteers are what keep House of Sound running, so we welcome participation from motivated locals :D ~
Cool pop songs. Hot political takes.
On the eve of Jim Comey’s public testimony, join me and the ghost of Archibald Cox for some hot takes from the NY Times, Fox News, and In These Times, alongside cool pop songs from Grimes, Twin River, Tennis, Captain Ska, HAIM, Pale Saints, Roxy Music, and more!