This weeks Tuesday Double Feature has two videos from local Portland artists that have a little folk flavor to their music. So sit back and in enjoy the sweet organic twang of the Pacific Northwest.
Water Tower - "Meet Me Where The Crows Don't Fly"
I don't know where this was filmed, but I wish I was there.
The organically rustic music of Water Tower, Formally the Water Tower Bucket Boys, is rich with the Northwest folk sound. With songs that can range from energetically playful to painfully mournful this Portland band has something for anyone with an appetite for good music. They'll be celebrating the release of their Where the Crows Don't Fly EP Later this month, so keep an eye out for details in The Triple Crown.
Quiet Life -"Jim's Wedding Band"
If only all wedding were as fun as this.
With opening spots for the Alabama Shakes and The Builders and The Butchers, this Portland Band is quickly gaining ground and winning new audiences. Their style of Folk rock has a classic late 60's, early 70's sound that's remonstrant of Haight-Ashbury Grateful Dead and The Band. Keep your eyes and ears tuned into this band because I'm sure it won't be too long before Quiet Life is a house hold name.