Yet another stellar product of Australia’s indie-dance scene, Rüfüs (or the requisite Rüfüs du Sol in the U.S. and Canada only due to trademark being "a serious bitch") invade North America this spring on a headlining tour following a successful run of sold-out Aussie shows and the release of their debut album, Atlas. With tracks, such as “Desert Night,” incorporating elements of prog house and the sunkissed nu-disco vibes that have become so pervasive in the last few years, Rüfüs know exactly how to craft songs equally fit for a 3 a.m. dance party or an afternoon chill session by the pool. Also known for their energetic live shows, this trio should not be missed when they pass through Portland.
KAZU and the Cradle of ElbaAndrea Janda - Oct 19, 2019
Taking exile from city life, Kazu Makino of Blonde Redhead is reborn as a solo artist on 'Adult Baby.'
Pay It ForwardChris Young - Oct 18, 2019
We started this magazine because we were inspired by our creative community, and in turn, we have reflexively inspired. Join us on October 24 for free beer and snacks at the Cravedog happy hour...
Daystar's Bringing Back Rock and RollPhil Favorite - Oct 17, 2019
Recommended if you like Badfinger, Sloan or The Parson Red Heads, don't miss Daystar celebrating the release of their debut LP 'The Complete Recordings' at Bunk Bar with The Resolectrics and...
Third Angle New Music: Pushing the Boundaries of Contemporary Chamber MusicKatey Trnka - Oct 14, 2019
Pairing talented locals with 21st-century composers, Third Angle's modular ensemble seeks to break new ground through multidimensional collaborations with dancers, poets, visual artists, authors...