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...
From Successful Artist to Producer: Hutch HarrisAdam Sweeney - Jun 21, 2018
As The Thermals began to wind down, Hutch Harris found himself producing records with Victor Nash at Destination: Universe! Working swiftly and on the cheap, he's already spent time behind the...
Three Portland Artists to Watch This SpringJeni Wren Stottrup, Mac Smiff, Ryan J. Prado - Apr 26, 2017
This city is so full of talent that it’s easy to miss rising acts the first time around. But consistency is key and two of these artists have shown a penchant for pop aesthetics fused with gloom...
Power, and Music, to the PeopleThacher Schmid - Feb 15, 2017
Portland musicians embrace the challenge of making important political music in 2017. All scenes and cultures across our city are poised to make powerful new music—from hip-hop emcees Cool Nutz,...
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