Autonomics in Action

Vortex Music Magazine

Portland's mightiest power pop punk trio went into debt for your listening pleasure and now they're heroically memorialized in comic form! Featuring photos by Heather Hanson and Sam Gehrke and design by Eric Skelton, do not miss them rocking a free, all-ages #PDXmusic showcase with The Domestics at the KINK Live Studio on November 9!

Ursula and the Autos—frontman Dan Pantenburg flanked by the twins, Evan and Vaughn Leikam: Photo by Margaret JacobsenUrsula and the Autos—frontman Dan Pantenburg flanked by the twins, Evan and Vaughn Leikam: Photo by Margaret JacobsenIt’s been so long, much too long since we last heard the lo-fi pop punk sounds of Autonomics burst forth from a dingy dive bar stage or damp basement. But as Ursula, the trio’s seafoam Chevy, pulls up to the Doug Fir on Labor Day weekend with singer and guitarist Dan Pantenburg behind the wheel and the trusty twins, drummer Evan Leikam and bassist Vaughn Leikam, in tow, the end of that hiatus is near. All their pent-up rock and roll mojo is about to ooze over a crowd of sweaty bodies there to hear Debt Sounds, a record that “cost more than our van," Dan says.



Autonomics’ fuzz-filled, riotous sophomore LP 'Debt Sounds' is out now via ROLA Records. Do not miss 'em rocking a rare all-ages set with The Domestics at the KINK Live Studio on Thursday November 9 at 6pm—it's free too!

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