Phone Call, Colin Jenkins, Pleasure Curses – 21+

Ages 21 and up
Wednesday, December 08
Doors: | 8pm // Show: | 9pm
 PLEASE NOTE: For the safety of our customers, we will be requiring proof of full COVID vaccination to enter the venue, until further notice. More details at

Portland’s well-kept secret, Phone Call, is a band comprised of songwriters Bailey Winters (vocals) and Johnny Zeigler (keys.) With an emphasis on dancing, they have drawn from influences including Prince, Elvis Costello, and modern beat-makers like Majid Jordan and Jai-Paul. Their live performances which showcase the duo’s swaggering rhythms and sharp lyrics have excited audiences on national tours. They have an upcoming sophomore album on the horizon, they are not to be missed.

Colin Jenkins is a purveyor of crystalline, funky future-pop.  Colin Jenkins blends together 70’s soul and 90’s R&B under a bed of modern production. 

Pleasure Curses is a live electronic duo based out of Portland Oregon. The creative and production partnership consists of Jahn Alexander Teetsov and Evan Maxwell Grice; childhood friends who reconnected after a decade apart through a chance meeting. Formed in Washington DC, they sharpened their teeth playing everywhere from sweat-soaked punk parties and raging house shows to upscale hotels and national art galleries in the city. Influenced by the aesthetics of electro, disco, new wave, and early hip-hop, they strafe the lines between experimental and accessible dance music that shatters the apathy of audiences at shows with manic and propulsive energy. Recently, that energy has propelled them to the west coast where they are currently located in Portland, Oregon.

Vaccine Policy

To keep our customers, staff and community safe, Holocene will require proof of fully-Covid-vaccinated status* for entry into the venue.**

This decision was made in response to the surging and highly transmissible delta variant, in Oregon and across the US. In the close-quarters of a music venue — with customers drinking maskless, singing, dancing, talking in each others’ ears — the best way we can keep customers safe is to ensure the people in the room have the strongest protection from Covid, and especially from its worst outcomes. We appreciate your understanding.

We’re continuing to monitor Oregon Health Authority requirements, vaccination rates and Covid cases and will notify our audience on this page and elsewhere if this policy can be lifted or needs to be adjusted.

*To be considered fully vaccinated, you must have had both shots of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine, or one shot of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, and have a minimum of 2 weeks that have elapsed since receiving your final dose. Proof of vaccination requires display of your vaccination card, in person or a photo on your phone, so long as the name on the card matches the name on your official ID.

** For those who are unable to receive the vaccine for a medical reason, we may, on a case by case and event by event basis, be able to allow proof of negative COVID PCR test within 24 hours of the event. To be considered for this option, you MUST contact us in advance to make arrangements at If you don’t want to or can’t show proof of vaccination for a show, we’ll be happy to give you a refund up to 14 days prior to the show date. Please contact