Gaytheist will celebrate a free, all-ages soft release of their new live album—which was recorded at The Banana Stand on October 26, 2013—on Sunday, May 4 at Music Millennium at 6pm. Two days later—as advertised via a Clear Channel billboard on SE Belmont Street—Gaytheist will be officially releasing the record in style at Mississippi Studios with Russian Circles and Witch Mountain on Tuesday, May 6. Be there before... read more
50 Great Albums by Portland Artists in 2020Aaron Colter - Dec 22, 2020
To close out the year, Banana Stand Media co-founder and #PDXmusic maven Aaron Colter lists off 50 great albums by Portland artists in 2020.
Artist to Watch: Gaytheist’s Heated New LP Is the Perfect Remedy for Your Pent-Up Quarantine AggressionRyan J. Prado - Apr 8, 2020
The hard-rocking trio should be prepping to get on the road to support their fifth record 'How Long Have I Been On Fire?'—out April 10 via Portland’s Hex Records—but those plans are clearly on...
Portland's Best New Music for Your Summer PlaylistEric Skelton, Chris Young - Jul 27, 2016
Summer is in full swing and that means backyard barbecues, campouts, road trips, or just a good reason to open the windows and crank up the volume. Let the world know you’re listening to the...
Mixtape Monday: School of Rock's Best of Portland 4Chris Young - Jan 19, 2015
The annual showcase that pairs students with local musicians to perform live onstage returns to the Wonder on January 31. Prep yourself for 23 bands on one stage in one night with this week's...
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