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The Autonomics

The Autonomics Release 'Keep Tulsa Ugly' 8.5 at Bunk Bar

Welp, better go give your money to the Autonomics. The Portland trio puts out it’s newest EP Keep Tulsa Ugly tuesday, 8.5.14. The self-release is a fuzzy, grunge-pop snapshot of the band’s tour-tight sound. Recorded in less than two days, the songs are crunchy, raw, and full of energy--a perfect representation of their gnarly (in a good way) live set. All five songs smash through your ears in just under 13 minutes. The track “I love you, Oprah Winfrey” will have you humming and la-la..ing along in no time. Shit is catchy.  

Check out the new songs and see The Autonomics at Bunk Bar with Psychomagic and Mufassa tonight. Show starts at 9pm. $5 gets you in, and a free download card for the EP.

- Chandler Strutz


Mt. Tabor Theater Celebrates the Armageddon 12.21

That’s right folks, the apocalypse is upon us. This weekend we can expect everything from massive earthquakes and nuclear explosions to reptilian aliens returning to earth to enslave the human race… can you think of a better reason to party? Friday night at Mt. Tabor Theater you can dance away those Armageddon blues with some of the finest local acts Portland has to offer, featuring the hazy garage rock of The We Shared Milk, the electrifying power rock of The Autonomics, the manic psychedelia of A Happy Death and the sludgy rock noir of Lydian Gray. Once you’ve stocked up on bottled water and canned food, get down to Hawthorne to rock out like there’s no tomorrow (because there might not be). - Benjamin Toledo

Boys Will Be Boys: The Autonomics Play Kelly's Olympian 10.18

 The Autonomics are an energetic youth rock trio from southern Oregon made up of the twin brothers Leikam, Evan on drums and Vaughn on bass, along with vocalist and guitarist Dan Pantemburg. As their name may suggest, The Autonomics have a primal, involuntary sound of banging beats and grinding guitars. There is some well placed feedback jerking about, and vocals that can climb from deep and smooth up to tweaking punk. A signal of dooming bass then pulses about to hold it all steady. It is like a controlled chaos of dark classic rock and happy jam band, contradictions which may explain why a song named "Yeah Slow Like That" might make one want to jump and dance around. There seem to be influences of the Strokes and Jack White, but with more angst and '90s garage rock and cruder, comedic college boy themes like "Ur So Pretty, Let's get Shitty". The track "Revolver" from the band's 2010 release "Good Luck and Medicine" was recently released onto the soundtrack for dirt bike/action sports documentary Moto 3: The Movie. Trials Evolution after the show, anyone? - Brandy Crowe

October 18th with Tigress and Eidolons at Kelly's Olympian


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