On tonight's Out Loud, we hear from Heather Perkins about Electrogals, the all women and all electronic event happening June 27th at 8pm at Disjecta, located at 8371 N. Interstate Ave in Portland. The concert will showcase female electronic music performers from Portland and the West Coast, featuring synthesists, sonic explorers, deep listeners, circuit benders, and beat manglers. The performances will cover a wide range of styles, from beat-heavy song forms to abstract noise-generated soundscapes.
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There was a Queer Patrol meeting held at the Q Center located at 4115 N. Mississippi Avenue in response to a recent number of gay bashings. Members of the queer community and friends gathered to do something about by organinzing a Queer Patrol. The meetings are on-going and more community support is needed to get the ball rolling and create to support that the LGBTQ community needs. Here is a audio recording of the first meeting
On this episode of Gender Blender Jacob Anderson-Minshall and Carla from Outloud started out with a little comedy with members of Comedy Curious?, which will be performing June 18th 8 & 10 pm, at the Curious Comedy Theatre.
Belinda Carroll- headlined the Austin GLBT Pride festival, has promoted and produced shows from Austin, Texas to Portland, Oregon, preformed all over the country and is a regular contributing writer for Curve Magazine, OurBigGayborhood and GAY! E-magazine.
There was a press conference held at the Q Center at 4115 N. Mississippi Avenue on Weednesday, June 9th in response to several gay bashings that occurred over the Memorial Day weekend. Here is the audio from the press conference... We apologize in advance for the rough audio clip...