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.
Fox and Bones: 'Already Here (Music in Modern Times)' [Song Premiere]Chris Young - Feb 20, 2020
The duo get real about the struggles professional musicians face while also savoring making music for a living. Celebrate the release of this single—as well as their signing to Portland's Dutch...
Time for the 'Nasty' RevivalOlivia Awbrey - Feb 19, 2020
How can music promote causes that are not just worthy but necessary? Catch Stand and Sway do just that live at Hillsboro’s Walters Cultural Arts Center on February 21.
Shy Honey: 'Runaway' [Video Premiere]Chris Young - Feb 14, 2020
Soaked in nostalgia for the ’80s and ’90s, Shy Honey's synthpop love songs are perfect for any and all the Valentine's Day feels in your life right now. Mark your cal for a night of indelible...
Feel the Darkly Seductive Pull of Bryson ConeJose Amandor - Feb 6, 2020
His debut solo record puts his psychedelic "love for synthpop, R&B and soul" on display. Celebrate the release of 'Magnetism' at Rontoms on February 9.