Eleven and The Last Artful, Dodgr get down to the bones of her latest project with Neill von Tally, her work with Fresh Selects and Eyrst, and the responsibility we all have to the city of Portland. Dodgr plays with Aminé May 20 at Crystal Ballroom.
In this month’s cover feature, freaky psych-proggers Morning Teleportation discuss their new record, the perils of touring, and their on-again off-again relationship with Portland.
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.
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.
Fruit Bats’ first new album in five years arrived in May of 2016. In this month’s cover feature, we speak to Eric D. Johnson ahead of his Jan. 14 show at Revolution Hall.
In this month’s cover feature, David Bazan discusses performing with digital technology, composing with the body, and how to honor the baby Jesus by calling out evil. Read all about it, and catch him live at Revolution Hall on Dec. 17
Born of an unlikely restaurant interaction, Sleigh Bells is one of the most prominent indie acts of this decade. This month’s cover feature is an interview with singer Alexis Krauss on the duo’s new record, dream collaborations and Nov. 18 show at Wonder Ballroom.
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.
Two decades after Garbage was a seminal ’90s alt-rock band, they’re touring their sixth album, “Strange Little Birds,” and coming to Portland on Sept. 18. This month’s cover feature is a Q&A with drummer and producer Butch Vig on Garbage’s self-created record label, Shirley Manson speaking for the band and the evolution of alternative music.
Nathaniel Rateliff’s explosion to prominence in the last year may seem overnight, but the Colorado songwriter has been taking a careful and workmanlike approach to music for almost two decades. He’s hit it big with his new rock/soul band The Night Sweats behind him, and they return to Portland on Aug. 27 for Project Pabst. Read on for our cover feature.