Saturday, April 22 ☽ 6-11pm
5815 SE Rhone St., Portland, OR 97206
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The EcoSex Convergence will be celebrating Earth Day with performances by Johanna Warren, Forest Veil, Ali Burress, and Indira Valey (musicians from Spirit House Records); and spoken word by Madeline Adams. All funds raised will go towards scholarships for Surrender: The EcoSex Convergence.
is a queer Latina multidisciplinary performance artist and musician. She channels powerful songs that reverberate with the voices of her ancestors and speak directly to modern audiences.
(formerly known as Moniker) is the solo project of multi-instrumentalist/producer Monica Metzler, based in Portland, Oregon. Following the echoes of her elusive muse, Forest Veil makes mystical “doom-folk” that maps the emotional terrain of humanity and its place in the cosmos. Melding a voice that sounds like smokey quartz with psychedelic riffs and enigmatic lyricism, Forest Veil’s sound evokes a haunting nostalgia for other worlds and connects her in a web of resonating strings to the troubadours of time.
writes all her own lyrics that circulate around the themes of nature’s power, intuition, and the bliss and sorrow within relationships.