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STUDY HALL at Portland Flea!

Jamie Hughes

STUDY HALL will be at the Portland Flea this Sunday, July 29! Come find our baby pink tent!

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Stop by from 11-4pm (SE 6th & Salmon Street) to shop our accessories as well as support other local creators, curators and collectors of Portland's best Vintage and handmade goods. We will be selling our chokers (there will be a few limited edition styles), shhh enamel pin, stickers, keychain, earrings, socks.

See you babes there!!!

 

Featured in NAKID Magazine

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We're super excited for STUDY HALL to be featured in NAKID Magazines exclusive editorial COI shot by Portland based film photographer Bridget Baker peep the entire NSFW set up on their site now! 

https://nakidmagazine.com/2018/03/20/coi-bridget-baker-exclusive-editorial-nsfw/

Check out some of the photos from this set, photos featuring STUDY HALL as well as some of the other outtakes.  

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Photographer Bridget Baker

Model Coi Flynn

Stylist/Art Direction Victoria Nelthropp

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STUDY HALL Pop-Up Shops

Jamie Hughes

We're super excited to announce that we're having two Pop-Up Shops this Saturday, June 24 in Portland, OR at two separate locations!

FIRST POP-UP SHOP

location: the YARD (22 NE 2nd Ave Portland, OR 97232 ~ 5th Floor Eco Roof) time: 12 - 4 PM

Flyer by Artist  Meggyn Pomerleau  

Flyer by Artist Meggyn Pomerleau 

SECOND POP-UP SHOP

location: Pod28 food carts (SE 28th between Ankeny & Ash) time: 4 - 10 PM

Flyer by Jamie Hughes 

Flyer by Jamie Hughes 

We'll be selling alongside the grand opening of Food Carts Saint Burrito & The Bivy Come out and support local artist and businesses!

What We're Listening To

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La Femme “Mystere” 

Photo by  ALESSIO BONI  for Interview Magazine 

Photo by ALESSIO BONI for Interview Magazine 

We can’t get enough of this psych-rock band from france.  We saw them back in October at the Doug Fir in Portland and let’s just say we haven’t stopped playing this album since.  If you like the sounds of Kraftwerk with a mix of coldwave and punk you’ll never stop playing this album too.


Black Marble “It’s Immaterial” 

Photo Hardly Art

Photo Hardly Art

We’ve overplayed Black Marble’s first record “A Different Arrangement” - so we were super excited for their album “It’s Immaterial”  to drop.  As usual Black Marble never disappoints.  If you like the sounds of Lo-Fi/dark wave this Brooklyn duo is for you.

 


The Smiths “The Queen is Dead” 

Photo Tom Sheehan 

Photo Tom Sheehan 

You can never ever ever ever go wrong with The Smith’s.  This will forever be one of our favorite bands, and even though we don’t see a Morrisey/Johnny Marr reunion happening anytime ever we’ll keep listening to them and pretend that it’s still the 80s.

 


TY Segall "Self Titled" 

If Marc Bolan from T.Rex ever had a musical child, Ty Segall would be it.  We saw Ty Segall the beginning of this month at the Aladdin Theatre in Portland and have been playing his self titled cassette on repeat.  If you like garage punk mixed with LoFi make sure to have a listen to his newest self titled album.

 


Built to Spill “Keep it like a secret” 

By Max Neutra

By Max Neutra

 

Not even sure that we need an introductory for Built To Spill.  This Boise, Idaho indie band brings us back to a very nostalgic 90’s.  If you hear any similarities to the band Modest Mouse it’s because this is one of Isaac Brock's favorite bands and was highly influenced by their sound.  

 


New Order “Technique”

 

New Order is permanently on our playlist.  Even though Joy Division will always come first, New Order’s post-punk electronic sound makes us feel better about the death of Ian Curtis.  


Craft Spells “Idle Labor”

We’ve seen Craft Spells more times in Portland then we can count.  We’d like to keep them a secret but their dream pop indie sound is just too good not to share.  This is still one of our favorite albums.