It’s Austin City Limits Music Festival’s 15th anniversary, and there are plenty of reasons to …
Touting their new album “Avvolgere,” which sounds like it could be a mission statement for the band, the heavy Texas trio True Widow comes to Holocene tonight.
Okkervil River floated into Wonder Ballroom on Friday night, born anew around frontman Will Sheff and the new album “Away.”
The singing, producing and songwriting force known as How To Dress Well spoke with us about reacting to indie R&B trends and being surprised by his career. Tom Krell returns to Portland Oct. 18 at Mississippi Studios.
Our reviewer calls the new How To Dress Well album the “single most addictive record I’ve picked up this year.”
The White Eagle Saloon, once called The Bucket of Blood, is celebrating its 111th anniversary this October. It’s one of the most storied venues in the city, legendary for both its musical and supernatural entertainment.
Eclectic and wholly unique, Slow Moses’ “Charity Binge” is an immersive listening experience worth every second of your time.
Before The Thermals play Revolution Hall on Oct. 23, we caught up with frontman Hutch Harris to discuss the veteran Portland punk band’s latest album, “We Disappear,” what it means to retain a DIY identity, and aging out of the PDX house show scene.
Sun Angle brings its increasingly explorative and frontier-expanding sounds to the new XRAY Records album “Skullflower.” It’s PDX psych-pop at its weirdest.
Out this month on See My Friends Records, the debut EP from Portland’s Mini Blinds relishes in its simplicity.