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The Quiet Music Festival of Portland opens tonight at Disjecta. For more information, the schedule and tickets, click here.
“The idea of the show,” explains Chris Johanson, “came because I love music, but don’t like to be around loud music anymore. Quiet music is so calm and peaceful and yin. I find that quiet music is restorative and want to celebrate it through having a concert in a community art space. Sharing it in this context will show how nice it is that music does not have to be so loud to create an emotional experience. All of the bands are people that I know, and we just want to have a good party with good people and grow the circle of friends.”

The Quiet Music Festival of Portland opens tonight at Disjecta. For more information, the schedule and tickets, click here.

“The idea of the show,” explains Chris Johanson, “came because I love music, but don’t like to be around loud music anymore. Quiet music is so calm and peaceful and yin. I find that quiet music is restorative and want to celebrate it through having a concert in a community art space. Sharing it in this context will show how nice it is that music does not have to be so loud to create an emotional experience. All of the bands are people that I know, and we just want to have a good party with good people and grow the circle of friends.”

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