If you attend enough live shows in this city, you begin to recognize a lot of the same people in attendance. There’s a thirst for the viscera of performance in venues both tiny and large that attracts the wonderment of a faction of the art-starved populace who simply never tire of having their minds blown in some way or another. Rarer—assuming you go see a lot of different bands playing in myriad environments... read more
Can’t Tell Summer Cannibals NoRyan J. Prado - Jun 25, 2019
Defiant and determined, the Portland four-piece return with their fourth and most intimate record to date. Catch them all over the NW this summer—in Sisters at The Suttle Lodge on July 5, at...
Musician Loading Zones Launch In PortlandChris Young - Mar 13, 2019
Working musicians can now apply for and receive a free permit to use select commercial loading zones at 16 Portland venues thanks to the advocacy of MusicPortland and Fair Trade Music PDX as well...
Portland's Best Songs of 2016Eric Skelton, Chris Young - Oct 25, 2016
In the world of #PDXmusic, 2016 was more than bountiful. It was no easy task narrowing down this list but now that you’ve got it, turn it up! Listen to the hottest PDX-produced cuts—from Aminé to...
Summer Cannibals: An Accidental Breakup RecordChris Young - May 5, 2016
Everything’s coming together for Portland’s Summer Cannibals as they prep to release their third album on May 27, yet some things have to break apart before it all falls into place. Photos by...
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