The first thing you learn about vinyl is that 10 inches of physical space is simply not enough to feature even a microsection of the incredible talent contained in this city’s musical ecosystem. To be precise, we were able to fit exactly eight divas, emcees, folk singers, electronic wizards and rockers onto our 10 inches of vinyl this year. With a birthday that conveniently falls on Record Store Day, we again teamed... read more
Dan Cable Presents a Chat with Mic Capes at Pickathon 2017 [Video Premiere]Chris Young - Jul 31, 2018
Hear the St. Johns rapper speak about his craft at last year's fest as we prep for this year's Pickathon—it all goes down at Pendarvis Farm from August 2 to 5!
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...
MAITA: 'Japanese Waitress' [Video Premiere]Skylor Powell - Feb 2, 2018
"I will pour the tea 'cos art is not free." Watch the hauntingly beautiful, stilted video for MAITA’s new single from her forthcoming debut record.
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