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Portland writer and publisher Laura Stanfill

In this month’s Literary Arts interview, we discuss community and publishing with Laura Stanfill from Forest Avenue Press.

“Sincerely, Future Pollution” by Timbre Timbre

Read our review of Timbre Timbre’s new album.

“Love Is Love” by Woods

Woods’ tenth studio album was written in the two months following the presidential election. It preaches love and hope in an era of fear and division.


Homeshake plays Mississippi Studios on April 13.

Twin Peaks

With one sneakered foot planted in the world of garage rock and the other daydreaming in the ‘60s, Twin Peaks brings new meaning to their moniker. See them at Doug Fir on April 11.

Kadhja Bonet

Get lost in Kadhja Bonet’s hypnotizing orchestral musical daydream on April 9 at the Wonder Ballroom.

Morning Teleportation

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.

Little Star

We caught up with Dan Byers of Little Star and talked about the band’s new album, turning poems into lyrics, antidepressants and sitting in traffic. The Portland trio’s new self-titled album comes out April 14.

Oregon writer Eliot Treichel

In this month’s Literary Arts profile, we talk with Oregon Book Award finalist Eliot Treichel about Y.A. literature and dirty realism.

“The French Press” by Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever

“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.