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Hank Failing with guitars.
Hank’s Music Exchange is a shop for the community.

In a world where massive corporate entities can send you anything you could think to want within 24 hours thanks to outsourced supply chains and exploitative labor practices, Hank’s model seems crazily outmoded, but also rare and necessary–his care for the things he sells and his insistence that they get sold function as two parts of the same impulse, which is towards the creation of a larger collective musical community.

Treefort 10 Required Listening: ELEVEN more acts to catch at this year’s festival

Coming into a weeklong music festival with so many performers spread across so many venues,…

Mega Ran barcade
Mega Ran talks basketball, hip-hop, and his upcoming Generation of Miracles Tour

To say that Mega Ran is one of the most prolific rappers in the game…

Machado Mijiga on a grey background
Machado Mijiga works in the in-betweens on his new album, Gradient.

Machado Mijiga works in the in-betweens on his new album, Gradient, coloring with broad sonic…

Willi Northside Press Photo
Willi Northside demands we grow with his latest album, Plant the Damn Seeds

Willi Northside moves at the speed of thought, here and then gone, on his new…

Amine kicks off the Best Tour Ever Tour in Portland, for Portland.

The Theater of the Clouds was packed on Saturday night, and it was Portland out…

Earl Sweatshirt Sick! Photo
Album Review: Earl Sweatshirt, Sick!

Earl Sweatshirt has made a career of going inside, inhabiting his scenes, the minds of…

Julia Logue Press Photo
Single Premiere – Julia Logue, “Here We Are”

Julia Logue has arrived. In her new single, “Here We Are,” the Portland vocalist lets…

Dakota Theim Tangled Heart
Album Review – Dakota Theim, Tangled Heart

Dakota Theim takes you back. The Portland songwriter returns with the release of Tangled Heart,…

Wynne DO MY OWN STUNTS album cover
Album Review – Wynne, DO MY OWN STUNTS

Wynne is back, and with her new EP, DO MY OWN STUNTS, it’s clear that…