Omni finds synergy in ‘70s post-punk and modern pop craftsmanship to create a chaotic, compelling debut. See them at Mississippi Studios on March 27.
Touring in support of their fourth studio album, “Bloodshot Tokyo,” New York City indie rock quartet The Dig comes to the Doug Fir Lounge on March 22.
Craig Finn has let us in little by little over the years. With each new record the audience gets closer than ever to him. Finn plays Revolution Hall on March 17, opening for Japandroids.
Xenia Rubinos will take you on a high-energy cultural journey through an eclectic blend of influences inspired by her Puerto Rican and Cuban heritage. See her live on March 20 at Holocene.
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.
After appearing out of nowhere, Indiana-based quartet Hoops delivers with its self-titled EP. It’s a rich collection of haunting and sensual songs perfect for those summer days. The band opens for Tennis on Feb. 27 at Wonder Ballroom.
Once a punk prodigy, Jason Narducy’s latest musical evolution is as the frontman of Split Single. See them live on Feb. 21 at Doug Fir.
Touring a new album that’s draped in longing and his distinct, daring vocals, Hamilton Leithauser comes to Portland’s Star Theater on Jan. 20.
Lizzo has blended the beauty and grace of self-love and gospel with an otherworldly flow and masterful lyricism throughout her career, and it’s hard to say which direction she’ll take next.
American Wrestlers frontman Gary McClure continues his journey of self-discovery and lo-fi power with sophomore album “Goodbye Terrible Youth.” The band plays Jan. 25 at Bunk Bar.