- Believe You Me will host a party for the Japanese label in May.
Oregon promoters Believe You Me have organized a Mule Musiq showcase headlined by Axel Boman at The Liquor Store on May 13th.
Toshiya Kawasaki's label recently issued the seventh volume of its I'm Starting To Feel OK compilation series, featuring contributions from Fred P, Bell Towers and Aril Brikha. Studio Barnhus boss Boman appeared on volume six, and he'll top the Liquor Store bill. Believe You Me has also announced a private afterhours show featuring Mule founder Kawasaki as well as local hardware maven and label regular Strategy. That afters event, which runs all night, is invite only.
In the nearer future, April 22nd sees Believe You Me teaming up with fellow Portland concern Spend The Night to present the globetrotting DJ Cassy.
Listen to clips of I'm Starting To Feel OK Vol. 7 below.