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The visual companion for "2B2" off of this year's Mr. M pairs behind the scenes and live footage taken from the veteran band's recent European tour, and gives a good idea of what we might expect from them Wednesday night at the Doug Fir.
PDX Pop Now! held their annual spring benefit last night at The Cleaners at the Ace Hotel, featuring a night of inspired performances and an interesting wrinkle or two.
opbmusic presents Wild Flag at the Crystal Ballroom with The Thermals and EMA. Yes, really! Here's how you can go on us...
The second album from Brent Knopf's band arrives May 1st via Barsuk, but why wait? Stream Prophet in its entirety now.
The Soul'd Out Music Festival brings quite a pairing to the Roseland Saturday night as rockabilly icon Wanda Jackson is joined by Portland upstart Sallie Ford.
The Portland quartet goes coastal, hitting the Oregon dunes for the mystical new video from their upcoming A Monument. Judah Switzer directs-- let's watch!
The famed drummer and singer passed away in New York following a lengthy battle with cancer.
Upstart Portland quartet Youth abruptly announced their end yesterday, ending an all too brief run as one of the city's most promising bands.
TONIGHT it's the first in a series of monthly free musical showcases as we partner with Mississippi Studios to bring you PDX/Rx! Up first: Animal Eyes, The Dig and The We Shared Milk!
The band goes rural for the first video from their upcoming This Machine, and while the resulting visuals border on pastoral, the sounds are anything but. Let's watch...
The Portland band celebrates the release of their new album Cynic's New Year next Saturday at the Aladdin Theater. Here's a chance to go on us!