Album Reviews

Album Review – Xenia Rubinos “Una Rosa”

The highly anticipated third full LP from Xenia Rubinos—“Una Rosa”—melds together genres, culture, language, and…

Album Review: Low – “HEY WHAT”

Across their decades making music together, Alan Sparhawk and Mimi Parker have occupied sonic extremes.…

Single Premiere: Rascal Miles – “Asylum”

In newest single “Asylum,” Rascal Miles reaches into the inner soul, pulling out a blissful…

Single Review: Tender Kid – “Slam Dunk”

The brand new single by Tender Kid is the late August anthem we all need.…

Album Review: Macy Rodman – “Unbelievable Animals”

On her new album “Unbelievable Animals,” Macy Rodman pushes pop to its limits, exploring the fascinating spaces where things start to warp as the form breaks down.

Single Review: White Bike – “While You Were Away”

White Bike—Portland’s newest indie-rock five-piece—delivers the type of nervy, kinetic hype song The Transformers might play in their heads when going into dance battles.

Album Review: Lo Fives – “No Fidelity”

“No Fidelity” is the latest dizzy and electric full-length from Portland’s Lo Fives. Presumably, the…

Album Review: Phone Voice – “Cradle Tape”

Phone Voice’s first album, “Cradle Tape”—released August 6th on Strawberry Moon Records—is the type of…

Single Review: “Tearing Up” – Deathlist

In her first release in over a year, Deathlist’s singer-songwriter, Jenny Logan, draws influence from her advanced academic pursuits to inform her latest uncompromising single, “Tearing Up.”

Local Feature: Floating Room

Listening to Floating Room’s new EP, Tired and True, for the first time: I was…