From Successful Artist to Producer: Chris FunkJohn Chandler - Jun 22, 2018
Halfling for hire: The Decemberists’ guitar guy puts on his producer hat inside one of the city's most architecturally inspired buildings working with the likes of Stephen Malkmus, Kyle Craft, Y...
The Studio That's Not Bound By LocationChris Young - Jun 6, 2018
Tucker Martine's Flora Recording & Playback started in Seattle, moved down the I-5 corridor thanks to a blossoming relationship with The Decemberists, and has been based out basements, barns and...
Sallie Ford's Soul-Searching JourneyChris Young - Feb 9, 2017
Struggling with depression and confidence in her musical abilities, Ford leans into her retro-modern rock and roll influences on 'Soul Sick.' Hear her emerge from the darkness at a free release...
The Misconception of Making It Big in PortlandChris Young - May 12, 2016
It’s not that you can’t make it big here, but while you’re on your way to the big time, you should take some advice from those who have made it.
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