Can’t Tell Summer Cannibals NoRyan J. Prado - Jun 25, 2019
Defiant and determined, the Portland four-piece return with their fourth and most intimate record to date. Catch them all over the NW this summer—in Sisters at The Suttle Lodge on July 5, at...
A Work In Progress: How Portland’s Music Scene Can Shift Towards HealingOlivia Awbrey - Feb 14, 2019
#MeToo is an international movement that affects individuals at all levels, and Portland's creative community is not immune to the toxicity that often pervades the entertainment industry. But we...
Uncovering Songs and Stories with Sarah Clarke of Dirty Revival, Saeeda Wright and Moorea MasaChris Young - Feb 4, 2019
In 2019, Vortex is bringing songs and stories into the world through our #PDXmusic Song A Month collaboration with Blue Heron Studio and a new storytelling live series with Artists Rep. Do not...
Y La Bamba Soundtracks A MovementElizabeth Seward - Feb 1, 2019
A synchronous accompaniment to #MeToo, Y La Bamba's fifth record is a testament to the strength of women. “We are women, we are powerful,” Luz Elena Mendoza sings on the title track...
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