Live in Portland October 24 | Crystal Ballroom While they might not be …
Author: Sarah Eaton
Portland trio Skull Diver discusses their earliest musical experiences, their new album “Chemical Tomb,” and their penchant for ornate live performances.
In this month’s cover feature, Angel Olsen speaks to the creative vision behind her highly acclaimed 2016 album “My Woman.” The singer-songwriter discusses taking creative control over her music career and her distinct, self-starring music videos.
Y La Bamba’s “Ojos Del Sol” made for a gorgeous, multi-lingual bright spot in 2016.
Sinless celebrates the release of its new EP this Sunday at Holocene. This month, we catch up with the band’s singer and songwriter Cor Allen to discuss moving to Portland on a lark and how he overcame anxiety in a new music scene.
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.
With their third album, The Head and The Heart have stumbled a bit, trading their earthy voices for generic pop hooks.
Death Valley Girls have a love of the alien and occult that frames most of the press they get. But the Burger Records rockers have put together a triumphant garage sound worthy of your attention.
Hailing from a revived Toronto music scene, Greys has show itself adept at melding almost every strain of hard rock music to brandish an uncommon and deeply layered sound. See them in Portland on Aug. 12 at Mississippi Studios.
Have you partaken in Portland’s one-day “spirit animal rentals”? Just know there’s a lot of havoc and lifeless eyes involved. Watch the premiere of RILLA’s “Racktom Disaster” video here.