Building A Bridge Over Troubled WatersThacher Schmid - Aug 13, 2019
In Bridge City, our music community seeks to overcome immigration politics and connect global communities by building bridges, not boundaries.
Four Portland Record Labels to Watch in 2019Robin Bacior, Robert Ham, Ryan J. Prado, Chris Young - Dec 14, 2018
Some of the strongest curatorial forces in the Rose City are not bound by the city’s limits. Far-reaching ambitions from the likes of Mama Bird Recording Co., Beacon Sound, Fresh Selects and It’s...
The Future of What Chats with La Luz at Pickathon 2016 [Video Premiere]Chris Young - Jul 3, 2017
The Seattle surf rockers and Portia Sabin of The Future of What talk about the ups and downs of the music biz and touring at Pendarvis Farm last August.
Vikesh Kapoor Returns to Portland to Release New SingleRyan J. Prado - May 16, 2017
Mama Bird Recording labelmates Haley Heynderickx and Vikesh Kapoor will share the spotlight at Beacon Sound on May 19 when the latter celebrates the release his latest single "Down By The River."
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