Small Million

Small Million

So Sensitive, Mini Blinds

Wed Aug 8

8:30 pm


Tickets at the Door

This event is 21 and over

Join us for the debut show from So Sensitive, the new synth pop project from Muscle and Marrow! It will also be their farewell show before they move to NYC, so come send them off right with this dreamy local indie pop line-up.

Small Million
Small Million
Portland duo Small Million (Ryan Linder & Malachi Graham) met on the dance floor and got busy polishing their moody, lyrical synth pop. Rich, textured tracks with soaring melodies; wistful and cautiously optimistic.

Since their song Six Feet was selected for the PDX Pop Now! compilation in 2014, they have been hard at work crafting songs that blend Malachi's melodic roots in Americana with Ryan's eclectically influenced electronic layering. They released their debut EP, Before the Fall, in June 2016 and were called one of "Five Portland artists to watch" by Vortex Magazine.

"Graham wails over Linder’s electronic pulses as myriad harmonies swirl on the EP—the juxtaposition is beautifully cohesive, nostalgia-soaked and demurely danceable.." —Vortex Music Magazine
So Sensitive
Our pop strives to be smart, feminist and emotionally resonant.
Mini Blinds
Mini Blinds embodies the bouncy swaying feeling of 60’s pop with a dash of 80s synth pop aesthetic. Mini Blinds was formed in Portland, Oregon in late 2015, the duo consists of Beth Ann Dear and Devin Welch, whom have grown up in the Pacific Northwest and have participated in it’s booming music scene for many years. They both take many roles in the project layering reverbed guitars, cutting bass and sprinkles of synth sounds over analog drum machines. October 2016 saw their first album release on See My Friends Records.
Venue Information:
1001 SE Morrison St.
Portland, OR, 97214