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Two Shows for the Price of One 3.15

The Deli Portland will be back at the Mt. Tabor Theater this Friday to host a night of outstanding local music. This month the kinetic haze of The Hugs will be rocking the concert hall with A Happy Death’s riotous garage rock and Father Figure’s anthemic indie rock ballads. In the lounge, Mars Water will be delivering an otherworldy performance alongside Mufassa’s psychedelic tones and Bath Party’s dynamic spin on the surf rock genre. The show starts at 9pm sharp, be there to experience some of the most delectable music Portland has to offer for the low price of five dollars.  

Mufassa Play Kelly's Olympian 1.31

Aside from having a clever name, Mufassa knows how to make some throw-back thrashing rock and roll. Their raw sound is developed by influences in the garage rock revival as well waves of early psychedelic tones that trap the listener into their songs. There is a Zeppelin-esque driving force behind the rhythms they produce that crash into the chorus filled with spacey and dreamy vocals. Mufassa also has the ability to slow things down and harmonize the singing and echoing guitar without losing their stone cold classic rock sound. If you were one to believe you belonged in the 70s, then you should join them tonight at Kelly’s Olympian. - Colin Hudson


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