Album Reviews

Album Review: Viet Cong – “Viet Cong”

In the wake of ruins following the demise of Calgary’s Women, fueled by an explosive…

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Album Review – Klassik – “WINTER” (EP)

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Album Review: Slutty Hearts “No-Tell Motel”

Portland’s favorite dark (and also murdery) indie pop rockers Slutty Hearts established themselves as craft…

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Album Review: goste – “Eugene” (EP)

  goste is the brainchild of Brooklyn producer, composer and multi-instrumentalist Owen Ross, and in December…

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A Look Ahead At Some Of 2015’s Most Anticipated Releases

2015 is already shaping up to be a huge year musically, both in Portland and…

“When The Water’s Hot” by Ezza Rose

Within the first few moments of opening track “Tele,” listeners familiar with the acoustic Americana…

“Individ” by The Dodos

Gentle fingerpicking, and soft, murmuring vocal harmonies; the muffled rumbling of drums, and carefully-controlled waves…

“Irreal” by Disappears

Irreal, the latest LP from Chicago-based Disappears, begins somewhere in a hole at the bottom…

“No Cities To Love” by Sleater-Kinney

“We sound possessed on these songs,” says Carrie Brownstein about Sleater-Kinney’s eighth album, No Cities…

“Bad Ideas” by Psychomagic

Psychomagic’s sophomore release Bad Ideas has a fuller sound and tighter execution of instrumentation. They…