Comedian, rapper and all-around smart/nice guy Open Mike Eagle was a pleasure to hang with when he swung through the Pickathon interview set this past summer. Whether talking Tights and Fights on his pro wrestling podcast, dropping self-described "art rap" records, or most recently landing a series slot on Comedy Central for his The New Negroes, the psych major is an intelligent, funny, conscious man so it was interesting to hear him and Portia Sabin of The Future of What talk about the business of music.
How To Get On The Road (Again)Chris Young - Jan 29, 2019
It all starts at home... and you can learn how to book, promote and tour when our Get Paid! panel series continues at the Doug Fir on Sunday, February 10. Join Vortex, MusicPortland and J-Fell...
How to Sell Your MerchChris Young - Oct 12, 2018
Get Paid! is our new panel series with MusicPortland and J-Fell Presents. Our first quarterly session is all about creating, marketing and selling your merch. Come to the Doug Fir on November 4...
Portia Sabin: Running a Record Label While Being an Educator and Activist for Independent MusicChris Young - Sep 12, 2018
From leading the storied Kill Rock Stars to launching The Future of What podcast, Sabin sets her sights on the future of music in the Rose City alongside MusicPortland. Find out how they aim to...
Dan Cable Presents a Chat with Mic Capes at Pickathon 2017 [Video Premiere]Chris Young - Jul 31, 2018
Hear the St. Johns rapper speak about his craft at last year's fest as we prep for this year's Pickathon—it all goes down at Pendarvis Farm from August 2 to 5!