Neo soul, jazz, hip-hop, R&B—you can call Tribe Mars all of these things. But above all, they are a group of musicians who thrive in the live setting, not only because of the high level of musicianship that exists across the board in the band, but because of their commitment to building community—and not just with each other but also with the people who come to see them perform. It is a powerful, inexplicable... read more
Dazzleships Records: 'Raised By Women' [Album Premiere]Katey Trnka - Oct 20, 2018
In an effort to promote local women artists and pay it forward, Dazzleships Records has compiled tracks from some of Portland's best for an album to benefit those in need.
Three Portland Artists to Watch This SummerJeni Wren Stottrup, Mac Smiff, Ryan J. Prado - Jul 18, 2017
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