According to members of the audience in attendance at the Doug Fir on Tuesday, April 28, here's how people might describe each band: Apparently, LiquidLight sounds like "Relient K meets Motörhead." Swansea was summarized as "Tegan and Sara if they weren't gay." And Us Lights took the cake, delivering a solid performance (as usual) worthy of comparison to "Radiohead and early Alt-J."
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Whether you believe it’s science or just pop culture that make music and cannabis such a merry pairing, the two clearly have a symbiotic relationship. In Portland’s music scene, marijuana...
Artist to Watch: Haley Johnsen Destroys False IdolsBrendan Swogger - May 10, 2019
It's been a journey for Haley Johnsen to find herself in the music industry, but with her debut record out May 24, she's found her direction. Win tix to her Doug Fir release show with The Weather...
How to Sell OutChris Young - May 1, 2019
And make a living from your music! Learn about licensing, partnership and sponsorship when our Get Paid! panel series continues at the Doug Fir on Sunday, May 19. Join Vortex, MusicPortland and...
I Got 5 On ItChris Young - Apr 12, 2019
We turn five with our 20th issue, which drops on 4/20—and we all know that music and cannabis make a merry pairing so let's celebrate! Join us a day early on April 19 at Artists Rep when ePP,...
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