Portland, OR-based vocalist/songwriter Sarah Dougher provides played in groupings just like the Lookers, The Crabs and Cadallaca, which also features Sleater-Kinney’s Corin Tucker. Furthermore she retains a Ph.D. in Comparative Books, shows Greek and Roman Books and writes for the Willamette Week, San Fransisco Bay Guardian as well as other magazines. Dougher also composed Sent Out IN THE Tracks They Constructed: Sinophobia in Olympia, 1886, a reserve on racism and railroad building in Olympia, WA, with musician Nikki McClure. Her personal and politics solo debut record, Day One, premiered in 1999 on K Information; Wall space Ablaze, her second record and her initial for Mr. Lady Information, appeared in springtime 2000 and displays in Britain, Japan as well as the eastern U.S. implemented. She and fellow collaborator Jon Reuter performed The Knitting Stock in NEW YORK for the month-long residency in January 2001, offering out every present and getting props from THE BRAND NEW Yorker, THE BRAND NEW York Times, as well as the Village Voice. Among the founders from the increasing Ladyfest celebration, Dougher performed Ladyfest Glasgow in summertime 2001, before issuing her third studio room work The Bluff.