Concerts will be held from 12-1pm on the PSU Park Blocks outside the Smith Memorial Student Union (or inside Parkway North—SMSU 101—if it's raining).
Artist to Watch: MAITA Send 'Best Wishes' to a Growing Fan BaseKatey Trnka - Jan 31, 2020
After years of carving out a home for themselves in Portland, MAITA is poised to release their debut full-length on PNW-grown label Kill Rock Stars. Catch 'em at the Doug Fir on February 5 with...
Picklefest Brings ‘The Sounds of Portland’ on Vinyl!Chris Young - Jul 6, 2018
Does it get any better than baseball, beer and local bands? Well, yes. Add in pickle tasting and #PDXmusic on vinyl and you've got the inaugural Picklefest on July 14! Score your tix, free beer...
Learning Every DayChris Young - Apr 16, 2018
Music is omnipresent these days, so it’s easy to assume it just happens. Come experience some fine synthpop, hip-hop and rock 'n' roll when we celebrate our fourth birthday and vinyl release party...
Vortex On Vinyl, Again!Chris Young - Apr 9, 2018
Happy fourth birthday to us! To celebrate, we gathered eight unreleased songs from local artists and, thanks to Vinyl On Demand, cut a danceable, rock-and-rollable, emotional smattering of stellar...
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