Vortex joined forces with Brownish Black and the Oregon Environmental Council's Emerging Leaders Board to Get Dirty for Clean Air as well as celebrate the release of our new issue at Holocene on Saturday, October 17. By the end of the evening, attendees got down to some soulful vibes from Brownish Black while thousands of dollars were raised to continue efforts to protect Oregon's air and help our state lead on climate change. Find your copy of Vortex around town!
Artist to Watch: Nosila’s Finding Herself and Her CommunityChris Young - Aug 30, 2019
Hear a new electropop gem from Nosila now and then celebrate the release of her debut EP at The Library at Growler's Taproom with BOYGIRLBOY and Sheers on September 5. Wanna win tix? Leave a...
Artist to Watch: From One 'Marathon' to the Next with J. GravesKatey Trnka - Sep 4, 2019
Calling all Riot Grrrls: Hear propulsive new music from J. Graves now and then celebrate the release of her debut LP 'Marathon' at The High Water Mark with Gabby Holt and Keeper Keeper on...
Robert Henry Band: 'Give Me A Guitar' [Song Premiere]Chris Young - May 30, 2019
A young'un with a timeless country sound, listen to a new original from Robert Henry as part of the 'Our City, Our Sounds: A #PDXmusic Song A Month' project in partnership with Blue Heron Studio....
Maurice and the Stiff Sisters: 'Heart Beats Faster' [Song Premiere]Chris Young - May 9, 2019
Tossing out another new song, listen to the latest horn-filled installment of the 'Our City, Our Sounds: A #PDXmusic Song A Month' series in partnership with Blue Heron Studio. Then don't miss the...