Dan Cable Presents: Young Hunter Live from Mountain Air Studios [Video Premiere]Dan Cable - Apr 6, 2017
Watch Portland’s Young Hunter perform “Dark Age” plus listen to the entire live session and interview with Dan Cable—and then subscribe to the podcast to hear new episodes every Friday. Plus catch...
Watch Live Sessions with 11 MOGO Music Festival Artists Thanks to Dan Cable Presents [Video Playlist]Dan Cable - Feb 17, 2017
Get a preview of Portland’s MOGO Music Fest with performances from Mic Capes, Cambrian Explosion, Santiam, Korgy & Bass and many more. Plus, find out how to win fest tickets here!
Wandering Through Dissonance with A Happy DeathThor Benson - Apr 5, 2014
A Happy Death is the only Portland band who I’m not sure if they’re kidding when they say they’re going to sacrifice an animal on stage—words that were uttered on Friday night at their Firkin...
A Happy Death, Mister Tang and Cambrian Explosion at The Firkin TavernThor Benson - Mar 25, 2014
Break out your tape player, dust it off and listen to A Happy Death's new tape—but first you'll have to swing by The Firkin on Friday, April 4 to pick up a psychedelic copy.
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