In this month’s local feature, Daydream Machine discusses their new record and the double-edged evolution of the Portland venue landscape in recent years.
March’s Literary Arts story spotlights Nathan Carson. Read on for his thoughts on the deep Oregon woods, his new book “Starr Creek,” and “Stranger Things.”
Ceramics artist Martina Thornhill discusses her journey through motherhood and establishing her presence as both an artist and a business in March’s Visual Arts interview.
The Fremont Theater may be the new kid on the block, but it fits right in with its sleek, new architecture, topshelf cocktails, and an eclectic mix of storytelling and music performances for everyone big and small.
In this month’s cover feature, we catch up with Brooks Nielsen of The Growlers to talk touring, industry changes, and the band’s newest album, City Club. The Growlers play Roseland Theater on March 23.
Swedish songsmith Jens Lekman tours his first album in a half-decade — the eclectic and sensual “Life Will See You Now” — to Portland’s Revolutionary Hall this Friday.
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.