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Portrait of Donerail


About Donerail

Portland, OR

Donerail, an American thoroughbred, won the biggest long shot victory in the history of the Kentucky Derby, in 1913. The winning tickets cost two dollars and paid out $184.90.

Donerail, the Portland band, offers a different kind of payoff. It comes in the form of Velvet Underground-flavored chaos, Westerberg-like fragility and genuinely unambiguous rock ‘n roll. More specifically: Destiny & Dishonor, Donerail’s new record.

Recorded live over three days in an abandoned Masonic Temple, Destiny & Dishonor is a raw, sawed-off collection of honest music packed with off-kilter images and rhythms. Like an unapologetic 60s garage band mixing folk/country with indie/punk sans irony; this record brims with jangle, raunch and off-key majesty.

It might be Gram Parsons, or somebody’s long-lost grandpa, but there is a ghost running through this album, bringing a familiarity from the first listen.

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