The harmony-laden, Portland five-piece Ages and Ages returned with their third record earlier this month (released August 19 via Partisan Records), and Something To Ruin is band leaders Tim Perry and Rob Oberdorfer's reaction to the changes our city is currently undergoing. Inspired by Central American ruins—often places where the jungle has retaken the remains of these once powerful civilizations—they also saw their... read more
Ages and Ages: 'How It Feels' [Song Premiere]Chris Young - Oct 2, 2017
Between forest fires, tropical storms and Trump, sometimes it can feel like the end of the world. Amongst all this real-life tumult, the Portland six-piece feels out their emotions and recognizes...
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...
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...
Shutter Rock 2014: An Exhibition of Work by Portland Music PhotographersChris Young - Sep 24, 2014
From October 2 to December 30, head to Bunk Bar under the Wonder to catch a display of shots from Portland's finest rock photographers.
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