Freak-folk songwriter Devendra Banhart drifted into Wonder Ballroom last month. Read our coverage and see photos of the show here.
Psychedelic ragas, adventurous hooks, and as much zurna as you can handle: “Flying Microtonal Banana” is a trip worth taking from start to finish.
A little bit funky, a little bit groovy, and all-around just firme, it’s hard not to dance when you’ve got all this sunshine coming through your speakers. Chicano Batman comes to Portland’s Star Theater on Feb. 24.
Operated by Portland pop-punk band Smoochknob, The Analog Cafe & Theater hosts more than 500 shows a year across two stages. Learn more about its guest chef, burlesques and upcoming winter shows in February’s Know Your Venue feature.
The second self-titled Ty Segall solo album charts a new course for the psychedelic rock mainstay. Read on for our review.
With his first solo record, Ought frontman Tim Darcy goes on a meditative and rootsy psych-pop journey. Read on for our review.
After appearing out of nowhere, Indiana-based quartet Hoops delivers with its self-titled EP. It’s a rich collection of haunting and sensual songs perfect for those summer days. The band opens for Tennis on Feb. 27 at Wonder Ballroom.
Guitarist Meg Duffy (Mega Bog) has crafted a bedroom opus with her first Hand Habits album “Wildly Idle (Humble Before the Void.”
Once a punk prodigy, Jason Narducy’s latest musical evolution is as the frontman of Split Single. See them live on Feb. 21 at Doug Fir.
In this month’s literary arts profile, we talk to Portland author Jim Newman about how his work as a television journalist on WCCO-TV and OPB informs his satirical novels.