Crumb took the stage at the Holocene on March 5th, 2019 in Portland, OR. Opening with their hit, Plants, Crumb immediately had the audience hooked. Lila Ramani’s soothing voice and guitar notes echoed through the venue, backed by Brian Aronow on synth, Jesse Brotter on bass, and Jonathan Gilad on drums. Crumb’s dreamy pop tunes kept the crowd in a trance all night, until we were left begging for an encore. They ended the show with the ever-so-sweet song, Nina, and the night will live on in these photos.
"Crumb originally came together in 2016 to develop and record a collection of songs Lila had written throughout college, a recording project that became their first self-titled Crumb EP. Locket, their second EP, was created while the four were split between New York and Boston and released in June 2017. They are currently based in NYC and in the midst of recording their first full-length album." - Ground Control Touring
TK Taylor is a multimedia artist and photographer in Portland OR. They are drawn to intense performers and intimate venues where the artists truly connect with their listeners. Influenced by bold colors, raw emotion and candid personalities, they strive to capture the humanity of the moment. TK may be a rookie in the concert photography world, but they aren’t wasting any time waiting for opportunities to come along - they take the shots.
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