Artist to Watch: Bask in Merō's Slow-Burning Gloom PopRyan J. Prado - Feb 8, 2019
The emotive four-piece's debut record has been three years in the making but they're finally ready to celebrate the digital release of 'Hands,' 10 tracks of moody pop, alongside Sama Dams, Sheers...
How To Get On The Road (Again)Chris Young - Jan 29, 2019
It all starts at home... and you can learn how to book, promote and tour when our Get Paid! panel series continues at the Doug Fir on Sunday, February 10. Join Vortex, MusicPortland and J-Fell...
The Cabin Project: ‘Decenter’ [Album Premiere]Roxy Runyan - Jan 29, 2019
The journey-like quality of the Portland four-piece's fifth album swirls around the listener like a meteor shower. Celebrate its celestial release at a double release show with Camp Crush at the...
Camp Crush: ‘Speak To You’ [Video Premiere]Kelsey Greco - Jan 24, 2019
In the face of convenience culture and social media, Camp Crush lives by one radical rule: Get offline, get out and get connected. Celebrate the release of their new synthy EP ‘Run’ at the Doug...
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