Frankie Rose has been around the block. A career beginning in Brooklyn with the Vivian…
Read our review of Cold Beat’s “Chaos By Invitation.”
Jenny Hval sets her take-no-prisoners feminism and anti-capitalist lyrics to some of the most interesting, unstable soundscapes you’ll hear from contemporary songwriters. She’s at Holocene on Nov. 14.
Out this month on See My Friends Records, the debut EP from Portland’s Mini Blinds relishes in its simplicity.
For almost 30 years, Laurelthirst Public House has been building a sense of community centered around folk, bluegrass and Americana music in Portland. It’s got the spotlight in this month’s Know Your Venue feature.
“To say that the newest release from Coco Columbia, When the Birds Begin to Walk, is one hell of a wild ride would be an understatement.” Read on for our full review.
Wave Collector is the local experimental electronic project of Neal Wright, whose debut full length, “Catalog of Stolen Words,” came out early this month.
Wolf Parade makes its return to the US festival circuit next month at Pickathon. In this month’s cover feature, Dan Boeckner discusses balancing the group’s many projects, returning from hiatus, and why Pickathon is his favorite North American music festival.
Winter comes to Mississippi Studios on June 9.
LA-based electro-pop outfit Phases comes to Crystal Ballroom on May 28. They were featured in this month’s Aural Fix section.