Join us Friday to celebrate the magazine’s fifth birthday with live music from Kyle Craft, Tango Alpha Tango and Joel Magid.
Thao and the Get Down Stay Down
Tango Alpha Tango
Built To Spill
Car Seat Headrest
The Ghost Ease
Steady your senses for a greasy bag of parody metal this Thursday at Dante’s. The McDonald’s-Black Sabbath hybrid band Mac Sabbath is coming to Portland with all their volume, props and terrifying costumes.
We double-dig The Domestics. Michael Finn, Leo London, and crew are ready to debut their new …
This month’s visual arts feature is an interview with painter, illustrator and metalsmith Morgaine Faye. She currently has work on display at The Antler Gallery, with more coming on June 30 as part of the bi-coastal “Growth/Decay” exhibition.
This month in our literary arts section, an interview with Tim Hicks on his new novel “Last Stop Before Tomorrow,” its Prometheus anchor and climate change.
“Turn To Gold” is Diarrhea Planet’s version of a studio album, and it’s a mature and polished one.
Read our interview with Diarrhea Planet guitarist Evan Bird about the unabashed guitar band’s new album, “Turn To Gold.” Diarrhea Planet returns to Portland on Aug. 28 for Project Pabst.
This month’s featured venue is Club 21, one of Sandy Boulevard’s most cherished dive bars. Read on for more on its history, menu and free punk shows.
Time apart served the Swedish pop trio Peter Bjorn and John well, as they return with a still-catchy, sonically broader album.
Coming off a five-year break, other bands and taxing injuries, The Kills are back and quite possibly better than ever. Read our review of “Ash & Ice,” out now on Domino Records.
With their third album, Fitz and The Tantrums continue to push into the realm of purer pop. Our Samantha Lopez reviews.
Read our review of Caveman’s new album “Otero War.”