South East London poet, spoken word artist and playwright Kate Tempest shared the stage with Portland's Coco Columbia at the Doug Fir Lounge on Friday, May 22. Listen to Columbia's debut record below and help her record and release her sophomore album, When the Birds Begin to Walk.
Korgy & Bass: 'Remote' [Video Premiere]Chris Young - Nov 19, 2019
Exploring several corners of these United States, 'Remote' is an across-the-country collaboration between PDX beatmakers Korgy & Bass and NOLA trumpeter Cyrus Nabipoor. Supplemented by fresh...
Explore Every Side of Jake William Capistran on 'All Things Human' [Song and Video Premiere]Chris Young - Nov 15, 2019
Start with catchy back-to-back album tracks "Talk About It" and "Mirror" now and then check back on November 22 for the full stream. And celebrate the release of his debut LP at the Doug Fir with...
Camp Crush: 'Fireflies' [Video Premiere]Chris Young - Oct 23, 2019
Honing their soaring synth sound on the new EP ‘Feel Something,’ celebrate Camp Crush's prolific DIY spirit at the Doug Fir on November 4 with The Slants—playing their final show ever!—and Shy...
Small Million: 'Saintly' [Song Premiere]Chris Young - Jul 18, 2019
Soak up this "moody gothic pop prayer," a "meditation on the idea that salvation doesn't come from another person." And then hear more new music from the synth pop duo before the Portland Pickles'...
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