Reptaliens FM-2030

New music from local Portland band Reptaliens. The new album is called FM-2030 and it is made up of dreamy psych-pop sounds. The debut album is a wonderful piece of synthesizers and bass lines with breathy vocals. FM-2030 has a kind of sound that could be from the future radio for sure, I really enjoy how all the tracks flow together to make this album. My favorite tracks are “If You Want”, “666bus”, and “Satan’s Song”. The whole album feels almost effortless, just really well put together and it is so nice to listen to. Reptaliens are a great band to see live and to put on the record player. They’ll be playing Holocene on November 1st and the Wonder Ballroom on New Year’s Eve, don’t miss them!

Killing Sasquatch Freeform 9/22

This is the last official Freeform Radio show of Killing Sasquatch for the time being. Stay tuned for more right here on killingsasquatch.com.
Thank you for listening

Here is the playlist for the show. Have a great weekend. Love you.

Killing Sasquatch Radio 9/8

Here is the latest Freeform radio episode of the Killing Sasquatch show.

Here is the track listing.

Until next time my friends.

Live: Orquestra Pacifico Tropical / Candace / Ah God

While the crowds were away at Pickathon, half decade old favorites; Ah God, Candace and Orquestra Pacifico Tropical played Doug Fir Friday Aug 4. Ah God always gives a great show with focused deliberate sets full of just the perfect amount of lo-fi, pop, and psych.


This photo sums up their sound. Weird and retro up front with poppy guitars fading into the background.


Catch them again on Tuesday Aug 15th at Mississippi Studios with the Ghost Ease and Jo Passed.


Candace sounds like a sinuous floral Mucha painting.


Check out Candace live with The Wild Body, Monster Treasure, and Squishies on Friday Aug 25th at the Know. It’s going to be great.


Orquestra Pacifico Tropical shows are a journey through space and style. They are miracle workers, making psych music temptingly danceable. They’re playing again Sunday Sept 3 with Edna Vasquez at Mississippi Studios. Don’t miss it.

Major thanks to Chris Bigalke for organizing the lineup AND for supplying a long steady flow of superfresh show posters to cover the walls and streets.