Grandaddy reunited back in 2012, but it isn’t until now that the band completes its long-awaited comeback. Full of heartache and alienation, “Last Place” is a classic Grandaddy album with all the fixings.
“If ‘The Breakfast Club’ ever gets a gritty reboot treatment, they should call Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever for the soundtrack.” Read our review of “The French Press” here.
Portlander Jackson Boone continues psychedelic meandering on new album “Organic Light Factory.”
Portland producer and Throne Age founder Blacktop Megaphone takes it back to the days of cassettes on his latest instrumental album, “Tape Lonely Boy.”
Psychedelic ragas, adventurous hooks, and as much zurna as you can handle: “Flying Microtonal Banana” is a trip worth taking from start to finish.
The second self-titled Ty Segall solo album charts a new course for the psychedelic rock mainstay. Read on for our review.
With his first solo record, Ought frontman Tim Darcy goes on a meditative and rootsy psych-pop journey. Read on for our review.
Guitarist Meg Duffy (Mega Bog) has crafted a bedroom opus with her first Hand Habits album “Wildly Idle (Humble Before the Void.”
“PWRHAUS has flown under the radar for a while now, and its frontman probably likes it that way.”
Read our review of the band’s new EP.
Portland’s New Move has opened up its self-titled album to reinterpretation from a slew of Portland artists, recasting each track with funk, hip-hop, soul and more. The new record will be released Jan. 26 at Mississippi Studios.