One does not simply ignore when Portland royalty, Rllrbll (pronounced, Rollerball) is in town. It would be folly. Not only does this prolific trio crank out some of the most hauntingly, trancey and instantly beautiful songs, but they’re damn fine humans on top of it. That ALWAYS helps. Also on the bill is Kyle Morton of Typhoon, Orchards and Dancing Plague of 1518 to round out the evening with some gothy darkness. Oh yeah. did I mention this is The Space’s 1st year anniversary show? Well it is. Can you believe it? If haven’t been to the Space yet, I don’t know what to tell you except get your damned shoes on and get over there. It’s magical and everyone here at Salem Weekly is stoked as hell we have this treasure in our city. Happy birthday, The Space. $5.
About The Author
Julie was born and raised in Salem, Oregon. She started playing bass guitar in the late 80s and played in local bands Good Question, butterMilk and the Other. She took time off the music scene in the late 90s to raise a family. She came back to bass in 2014 and once again got involved in the local music scene. She plays bass in Marc and The Horsejerks and Mr. Frederick's Production Co. She has been the music writer/editor for Salem Weekly since May 2015.