Portland’s own Summer Cannibals is in the midst of a national tour for their third and signature new record, “Full Of It,” which comes out Friday, May 27.
Thao and the Get Down Stay Down
Tango Alpha Tango
Built To Spill
Car Seat Headrest
The Ghost Ease
Vérité comes to Portland May 29 at Doug Fir Lounge.
LA-based electro-pop outfit Phases comes to Crystal Ballroom on May 28. They were featured in this month’s Aural Fix section.
Celebrate the life and legacy of Prince through music and film this Saturday, May 28 at Doug Fir Lounge.
Read our interview with Portland poet A.M. O’Malley, whose new book is “Expect Something Else” from University of Hell Press.
Our interview with Portland comic illustrator Jason Fischer, who discusses his collaboration with Bryan Lee O’Malley, his penchant for self-inclusion in his work and an early love of Japanese Manga.
Touring his new album, “Are You Serious,” Andrew Bird will perform at Portland’s Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall this Wednesday with John Grant.
This month’s Know Your Venue edition features The Hawthorne Theatre and its century-long journey from Masonic Lodge to eclectic, and often all-ages, venue.
Our review of Twin Peaks’ new third album, “Down In Heaven.”
Familiar, depressed and beautiful, Radiohead’s new record is a masterpiece in emotion.
Before Animal Eyes releases their new album May 12 at Mississippi Studios, we sat down to discuss the band’s Alaska roots, their marriage-level friendships and whether art-pop is an appropriate descriptor for their sound.