Music has always been a part of me. I love nothing more than discovering great local musicians that I can listen to in venues large or small. Portland, OR, Rocket 3's debut album “Burn” was love at first listen. Reminding me a bit of some of my favorite 90s music, I loved this album from the start. They remind me a bit of artists like Regina Spektor, Green Day, and the Breeders. Featuring mostly their own music, “Burn” has a few covers thrown in, for familiarity.
Whether you're in the mood to be elevated or mellowed, there's something on this album for you. “Never Again,” written by lead singer Ramune Nagisetty, is relaxed and tenuous, perfect for a quiet evening with wine. “Mountain Song,” which features Matt Jefferson on cello warms me…I'm a sucker for strings. “Good Enough” has much more of a Green Day-esque 90's feel to it. A little punk, a little rock, a little Ramune…very Portland.
Sat., March 21, 2015
Rocket 3 duo gig at the Portland Saturday Market. Under the green food court tent by the hippie shops at SW 2nd and Ankeny.
Sun., March 22, 2015
Rocket duo plays at Portland Saturday Market on Sunday. 12 pm R3 duo 1 pm Piefight 2 pm R3 duo 3 pm Piefight At SW 2nd and Ankeny under the green food court tent by the hippie shops.
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