The Alhambra Theatre, 4811 Southeast Hawthorne Boulevard, Portland, OR 97215, United States



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Friday, April 17, 2015 at 8pm through Saturday, April 18, 2015 at midnight
8pm through Saturday, April 18 at midnight
Delhi 2 Dublin 8pm // 21+ Alhambra Theater Hour Magazine wrote that “Delhi 2 Dublin is the United Nations of rock ‘n’ roll”. They are a Vancouver based band that plays an energetic mash-up of Bhangra, Celtic, Dub Reggae and Electronica with global rhythms and club beats. Tarun Nayar, Sanjay Seran, Andrew Kim and Ravi Binning along with touring musician Sara Fitzpatrick are diverse in both their backgrounds and musical influences. They have been together over five years and released four albums and an EP including its latest, Delhi 2 Dubland. The Delhi 2 Dublin crew is constantly touring. The musicians feel that they plug directly into the world’s music and energy. The strong word-of-mouth for their live performances has enabled them to build a loyal fan base. Originality and evolution are all part of the Delhi 2 Dublin experience. They have become one of Canada’s most buzzed-about bands and 2012 will only see them enhancing that reputation.
Thursday, April 16, 2015 at 8pm through Friday, April 17, 2015 at midnight
8pm through Friday, April 17 at midnight
Lyrics Born & Black Milk with Neka & Kahlo 8pm // 21+ Alhambra Theater Amongst the dusty records of UC Davis’ KDVS college radio station, Tom Shimura, who currently makes records as Lyrics Born, found too much to love. Sandwiched between gatefold LPs, 12-inch singles, dub versions and white-labels was a reservoir of inspiration that he would draw on for the following decades. That was then. This is now. Since his college days, Bay Area-native Lyrics Born’s raw, authentic talent has been polished to a gleaming beacon of originality in a time when it’s needed most, and it’s release marks a new era of label relations. “The old model is dead, you cant just put it out and expect people to get it”, explains LB, and the statement could easily be applied to his sound or his approach to marketing the finished product. Born and raised in Detroit on the sounds of A Tribe Called Quest and De La Soul, Curtis Cross found out at an early age that he had a talent for hip-hop, especially for beats. He spent hours in his basement — at first with just a cheap drum machine and a home karaoke system, eventually moving up to more sophisticated MPCs and samplers — making tapes. One of these tapes got into the hands of fellow DetroitersSlum Village, who were impressed by what they heard and invited Cross to produce a track on their 2002 mixtape Dirty District, as well as on their official full-length Trinity (Past, Present and Future). After that, Cross, who was going asBlack Milk, teamed up with producer RJ Rice, Jr. (or Young RJ) as the group B.R. Gunna, rhyming and making beats on the duo’s 2004 release Dirty District, Vol. 2. That same year, Slum Village, who were looking for production work because usual beatmakers Waajeed and Kareem Riggins were busy with other projects, hired B.R. Gunna for 11 of the 13 tracks on their Detroit Deli LP.
Wednesday, April 15, 2015 at 8pm through Thursday, April 16, 2015 at midnight
8pm through Thursday, April 16 at midnight
Q Dot 8pm // 21+ Alhambra Theater Q Dot is a Grammy nominated MC/Pianist/Producer from Federal Way, WA. Also a grad school student at Full Sail University, Q Dot quit his day job in November of 2013 to pursue music full time and tour across the country. His soulful piano backed sound with substance filled lyrical content has been described as Pharell meets early Kanye West meets Jazz/Hip Hop pianist Robert Glasper.