Port O'Brien at Laundro Matinee

I'm posting this partly because I enjoy listening to Port O'Brien and wanted to share... but also for the production quality of the website, the video, and even the external Vivemo site used in conjunction with Laundro Matinee. Impressive.

I'll say I'm also not a fan of live music without an audience. Something about playing to a camera is blah to me (same as with the AOL sessions), but I can overlook that for the time and effort put in.

If only this blog could be the swank.

Video Session : Port O'Brien
Straight off the fishing boat and ready to rock...

December 24, 2008

Port O'Brien rolled through Indianapolis, on tour with Bodies Of Water, and put on one hell of a show at Locals Only. Touring behind their 2008 release All We Could Do Was Sing, an incredibly honest, autobiographical album put together by the band's two primaries Van Pierszalowski and Cambria Goodwin. Many songs deal with Van's time spent on his father's fishing boat in Alaska.  Some are joyous. Some are sad, lonely and heart-wrenching. All are quite good.

Port O'Brien has seen a slow rise into the eyes and ears of indie music fans in 2008. But that's mainly because these two are no strangers to hard work. Outside of making quality [From Video Session : Port O'Brien : LaundroMatinee]


Port O'Brien~Tree Bones from LaundroMatinee on Vimeo.

Port O'Brien~Sour Milk Salt Water from LaundroMatinee on Vimeo.

Port O'Brien~Rooftops from LaundroMatinee on Vimeo.

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