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Find Your Smile, Sama Dams, The Weather Machine, Mary's Peak at LEVEL B Theater Pub
LEVEL B Theater Pub (Salem, OR)
Salem, OR
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Find Your Smile, Sama Dams, The Weather Machine, Mary's Peak at LEVEL B Theater Pub
SATURDAY, JUNE 7th at LEVEL B Theater Pub
doors at 7pm, show at 8pm
$7 in advance or $9 at the door
ALL AGES & BAR with I.D.

text LEVELB to 24587 to receive text alerts!


"What a tangled web Sama Dams weaves, and what an enjoyable one to get caught in. The Portland groupnamed after their clarion-voiced frontman, with the space moved one letter over to avoid confusion with our former mayorrelease their new full-length, No Vengeance, at tonight's show. It's a challenging, mathy step forward for the local trio, embracing the technical intricacies of bands like Dirty Projectors and Slint and shrugging off the band's cozier, folkier sound of the past. It's also a phenomenally impressive piece of work, demonstrating a fearless exploratory spirit as opposed to trying to be willfully obscure. While I haven't yet found anything on No Vengeance that hits me on a gut level like their splendid 2011 EP Draw This Bitter Blood, I'm gonna keep listeningno matter what level of accessibility they're working on, Sama Dams is one of Portland's most interesting, and best, bands." Ned Lannamann, Portland Mercury, March 26, 2013


Brothers Scott and Erik Wurgler met brothers Jordan and Benjamin Roach in second grade. As next door neighbors they quickly discovered their shared love of music. From jamming in their adjacent garages to goofing off in high school jazz choirs, these boys have generated a unique style fueled by their deep appreciation of technical training paired with matchless creativity. In 2010, the four collaborated and formed the project "Find Your Smile". With deep jazz influences and pop undertones, this alternative rock group has been known to sing the blues. These eclectic and bonded brothers are an amalgam of idiosyncrasies for which the listener can't help but fall in love with.


On April Fools Day 2013, Portland-based project The Weather Machine released their first full-length album after a blustery winter of recording on the Oregon Coast. With its strong ties to the region, the band roots itself firmly in a Pacific Northwest folk aesthetic, but holds on tight to a hard-hitting love for alt-rock. The result is wonderfully hard to categorize  The Weather Machine has been compared to everything from The Kinks, to Josh Ritter and Hey Marseilles.

After a short six months of gigging, The Weather Machine quickly gained a reputation as one of Portland's notable up-and-comers. In the summer of 2013 the band partnered with Oregon Film and Oregon State Parks to tour the entire state of Oregon, collecting footage for their debut 'Back O'er Oregon' music video. They released the song along with their B-side 'Slow Dance Slow' through Portland label Tender Loving Empire on December 3rd to coincide with the video's release.

The Weather Machine began in earnest when singer/songwriter Slater Smith and guitarist Colin Robson met at an open-mic in Pacific City in March of 2012. The two decided to team up to record Smith's songs at Robson's then brand new studio, Kiwanda Sound Recordings. The two brought in bassist Jack Martin, cellist Matthew Cartimill, and drummer Tanner Smith (Slater's brother) to bring body to the record. Since the album's release, Corey Kintzi joined the roster as a second drummer, and the band began to develop an even more collaborative approach.


Mary's Peak is an Alternative Rock group from the Pacific Northwest. Starting in 2009 as a moniker for a solo project, Mary's Peak was a relatively quiet endeavor for Shawn Thornhill. It wasn't until early 2013 that Mary's Peak began to show signs of what it would soon grow to be. Drummer Aaron Schmidt provides a deep backbone on which Thornhill can expressively abuse his guitar. Trading off between Sturdy-Riffs and Droned-Arpeggios is what makes Mary's Peak both weighted and aerial.



LEVEL B Theater Pub (Salem, OR) (View)
445 High Street SE
Salem, OR 97301
United States

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Music > All Ages
Music > Indie

Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!


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