Blossom / Phone Call / Dnvn

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Phone Call


Blossom has recently been fulfilling her namesake – with roots in Trinidad & Tobago – she has bloomed in the Pacific Northwest's music scene.

Born into a musically inclined family, she embraced the stage naturally at the age of 12. For many years she performed alongside her uncle with his traveling steel drum band.

Upon moving to Portland, she has developed the identity of a unique songstress. Her first serious moments of vocal talent were as a backup singer for an R&B artist in 2011 which led her to write songs of her own. Blossom’s jazzy neo-soul inspired voice and meaningful lyrics have found her in the favor of Portland’s underground hip-hop scene.


Phone Call is Bailey Winters and Johnny Zeigler, former members of Portland's disco band Strength. Their new sound came together in 2012 taking inspiration from Timberlake, Timberland, Prince and Dr. Dre to craft a more electro-funk sound. Still in love with dance music, Phone Call combines "sexually aggressive '80s disco" with heavy hip-hop beats.


DNVN is a collaboration started by Donovan Edwards (John Smith) & Damon Boucher (Chanti Darling, Du Og Meg)

Influenced by past but sounds like future.

Sounds like: future r&b with a little bit of funk.
Feels like: lush sex jams set in space.
Taste like: last nights sweet tea on your morning walk home.
Smells like: tobacco, leather bootstraps and daddy's aftershave.

New album SOFT PINK due Summer 2017.
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By: Holocene Portland