In this month’s Literary Arts profile, we talk to Oregon writer Gina Ochsner. Her new novel, The Hidden Letters of Velta B., weaves an intricate and multi-generational tapestry of Latvian history, folklore and magic.
Joe Kurmaskie is many things, The Metal Cowboy, a proud Portlander and the author of “A Guide to Falling Down in Public.” Read his interview in July’s Literary Arts feature.
Always a singer-songwriter, but always pushing beyond those limitations, Mirah comes to The Old Church this Tuesday.
Our review of Twin Peaks’ new third album, “Down In Heaven.”
Eskimeaux and Frankie Cosmos put on a (literally) hot show April 18 at Analog Theater. Read our JP Kemmick’s review here.
Singer, songwriter and harpist Joanna Newsom will perform this Monday at Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall.
“Chairlift’s dance music is intelligent mostly because it takes time to breathe, build on itself organically and will us to dance while, get this, simultaneously coaxing us to listen to the music.”
“We have awesome fans and friends in Portland, so it’s always a date on the calendar we circle and look forward to.”
The Scottish hip-hop and rock group Young Fathers plays Holocene this Thursday.
Thao and The Get Down Stay Down plays Wonder Ballroom on March 25. Read our interview with Thao Nguyen about her personal and daring new album.