At any Aug. 19 show at Turn! Turn! Turn!, we sat down with Lavender Country founder Patrick Haggerty for a talk about activism and long shots. Haggerty was the mind and voice behind what was considered to be the first gay country record in the 1970s.
“You guys like the smoke,” goads King Tuff. The crowded forest of humans in front of …
Catch all of the top highlights of Lollapalooza 2016 through the augmented reality lens of Pokémon:Go. Featuring Radiohead, LCD Soundsystem, RHCP and more.
This month’s literary arts profile spotlight Alexis M. Smith. We talk to the Portland author about her new novel “Marrow Island,” the beauty of Puget Sound and the importance of small presses.
Coco Columbia releases her new album Aug. 17 at Doug Fir. Ahead of the show, we spoke to the Portland artist about performance and anonymity, applying music to suffering and the balance between jazz and pop.
In this month’s visual arts profile, we speak to Portland’s Scott Erickson about embracing live art and his use of Catholic iconography.
“To say that the newest release from Coco Columbia, When the Birds Begin to Walk, is one hell of a wild ride would be an understatement.” Read on for our full review.
“…the tracks have a deeply menacing tone that made metal so alluring to fans in the early days.” Read our review of the new album from Portland’s Eclisse.
Somewhere in the course of 18 studio albums, Of Montreal became a weirdness-obsessed veteran of indie rock. The band’s latest pushes some of the same thematic boundaries as their body of work, plus a few new musical ones.
The new album from the Twin Cities hip-hop duo Atmosphere shows 20 years of kinsmanship. That can also mean a none-too-exciting comfort.