Boone Howard Plants the Seeds for New Move Studios' Collaborative 'Paradise Hotel' [Video Premiere]Chris Young - Jun 13, 2019
Jesse Bettis of New Move has a new, long-time-coming comp stacked with Portland talent out via Tender Loving Empire on July 26 and now you can hear the Boone Howard song that started it all. Then...
Get Lost in Aan's Own Little WorldRyan J. Prado - Jun 12, 2019
Bud Wilson tried exploring every weird corner while making his third record 'Losing My Shadow'—out June 13 via Fresh Selects. Celebrate its release at Mississippi Studios on June 19 with Korgy &...
Team Dresch Remember Who They AreRobert Ham - May 24, 2019
The seminal Northwest queercore group is getting the gang back together, without intentions but surely with impact. Team Dresch will re-release their entire catalogue on May 31 via Jealous Butcher...
Watch Cedar Teeth Live from Mississippi Studios Thanks to Banana Stand Media [Video Premiere]Dan Cable - Feb 12, 2019
Experience this haunting, powerful, first-ever live performance from vocalist Erin Corzine and then catch the band back at Mississippi Studios with Head for the Hills on February 16!
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