Foxygen’s new album sees the band taking an unexpected foray into symphonic orchestration. It’s certainly ambitious, but is it good?
Melt the snow with the warm, feisty tunes of Because. It’s the new solo project from Radiation City’s Randy Bemrose.
Our review of “Where We Go” by Animal Eyes.
Our review of Candace’s “New Future.”
Y La Bamba’s “Ojos Del Sol” made for a gorgeous, multi-lingual bright spot in 2016.
Little Star’s “Being Close” is one of our 11 favorite albums of 2016. In it, there’s sadness, power and an unmistakable meeting of art and life.
Minden’s new release, “Sweet, Simple Things,” evokes too many flavors to name, but it all adds up to a catchy, robust sophomore effort.
Mic Capes’ “Concrete Dreams” mixtape is one of our 11 favorite Portland releases of 2016. The emcee’s sophomore effort “rewards attentive listeners with subtle, but pointed, wordplay and never lets up.”
The new EP from Portland’s Sinless conjures many comparisons to indie rock heavy-hitters.
The Portland quartet Genders has burst back to life with the captivating and atmospheric new record “Phone Home.”