Treneti with Pando & Archie Anderson at The Liquor Store
Tue, Feb 19 at 9pm
Treneti Brown-vocalist, bassist, intuitive musician. Treneti’s path of awakening the muse within came from much time spent alone in the woods learning to play bass and sing by listening the vibrations of the plants and meditating with the stars. Her musical messages come from a deep connection with the Earth and the Cosmos, she is a rainbow bridge. Treneti is well known for her work as a sound healing artist and has shared musical medicine in both North and Central America. With her band, Treneti brings soul music that pulls up the primordial rhythms the Earth and down the celestial tones of the cosmos anchoring them both right in the center of the heart.
Pando is a collaborative electro soul trio composed of Amenta Abioto, Dan Tamladge of Amani, and Akila Fields of Shy Girls. Elements of their unique style create new and exciting meldings of sound, wholesome and electrifying.
Archie Anderson is a new comer to the Portland music scene, but has swiftly kicked off her musical career by playing the TBA Festival, and venues like Doug Fir and Wonder Ballroom. Archie's love for music and performing began in her hometown San Diego, California. Since moving to Portland Archie started playing with other local musicians, backing them up with electric bass and vocals. It was just last year Archie started performing as a solo act. Her music can broadly be described as alternative indie and takes a whimsical approach to the electric bass, which provides an ethereal and earthy sound. She is inspired by nature, romance, and classical film, which is shown in her music video released for her first single, "Reaching". Archie is currently working on new music set to come out later this year. When she's not playing music on stage, she's harnessing her acting career as well, starring in short films and other projects around Portland.