311 Poster – Concert Flyer 11 x 17 Sketch
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Promo Flyer to advertise a concert by 311 at the Roseland Theatre in Portland, Oregon
| Size – approximately 11×17 inches ( 28x43cm)
| Price – $9.84
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What does 311 playing a “Semi-Decent” show mean anyway ?
When 311’s Nick Hexum and S.A. Martinez started singing that first tune, I thought it was going to be like listening to Fall Out Boy live: absolutely horrible. But the band surprised me. After a brief and rocky beginning, the members hit a smooth rhythm that launched them into a good, albeit not fantastic, concert . More here
Reggae Sway and Rock Swagger ?
The album is at its best when they strike the balance between the thicker rock oomph and the calming sway of their reggae roots, with the snarling riffs stomping menacingly through “Rock On” feeling claustrophobic in comparison, despite some fantastic guitar work. The muscled-up distortion chugging through “Sunset In July” serves as the perfect foil for its dub flavored breeze and summer loving lyrics. The feel good vibe of the hook of “Time Bomb” balances well with the jagged pulsing rhythm and the jabbing dual-mic attack of Nick Hexum and S.A. Martinez More Here
311 and Bob Rock = Universal Pulse
311’s second album in cooperation with producer Bob Rock. The changes that they made are generally 100% transparent when comparing albums from the past and present. Since 311 and Bob Rock teamed up, I’ve noticed an acute drop in the rawness factor that 311 built their name upon. It seems as though 311 focused more of their versatility to hit the radio rather than their prior reputation. But with their two extraordinary singers SA Martinez and Nick Hexum, you can’t foretell when either one will spit off a rap or sing rather flexibly in accordance to a desired melody. MMore Here
Black Keys Played the Roseland in Portland as part of the MusicFest Northwest