Miss Massive Snowflake

Sunday, May 23rd
8pm No Cover
1483 Duane St.-Astoria

“Miss Massive Snowflake is the Partridge Family of weird.” Willamette Week

Miss Massive Snowflake are freshly returning from their April 2010 European tour with their new album called “Songs About Music.” They will feature songs off the new album live Sunday, May 23rd at the Fort George Brewery and Public House. Portland’s Miss Massive Snowflake is led by former Rollerball skipper Shane de Leon, and the group plays a politically charged mix of glammy rock augmented by brief noisy excursions. de Leon, whose strong voice and humorous wit, lead protest songs that come off like party anthems. Horns wail and punch screwed groove guitar riffs, while fat bass and polyrhythmic percussion combine with both female and male vocals to make beautiful, moving, and intellectually satisfying rock music. This is Miss Massive Snowflake’s second full-length album following the 2008 electronic based, “Queen’s Headache” (NPR07). The music starts at 8pm and there is no cover.


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