Homeshake plays Mississippi Studios on April 13.
Omni finds synergy in ‘70s post-punk and modern pop craftsmanship to create a chaotic, compelling debut. See them at Mississippi Studios on March 27.
Cate Le Bon comes to Mississippi Studios on Jan. 18. She’s touring her fourth album, “Crab Day,” full of playful vocals and unpredictable guitar lines.
Marching Church plays on Jan. 14 at Mississippi Studios. In this month’s Aural Fix section, we praise their genuine attempt at countercultural writing.
Watch the music video premiere of “Summer Letters” by Laura Palmer’s Death Parade. It’s an expressive depiction of sadness and release set to a slow-burning folk song.
The singing, producing and songwriting force known as How To Dress Well spoke with us about reacting to indie R&B trends and being surprised by his career. Tom Krell returns to Portland Oct. 18 at Mississippi Studios.
Before Chicago’s The Kickback plays Mississippi Studios on Wednesday, we talked with frontman Billy Yost about the band’s Jim Eno-produced debut, what it’s like to have a sibling leave the band, and what on earth an airline does with an exclusive version of one of your songs.
Death Valley Girls have a love of the alien and occult that frames most of the press they get. But the Burger Records rockers have put together a triumphant garage sound worthy of your attention.
Hailing from a revived Toronto music scene, Greys has show itself adept at melding almost every strain of hard rock music to brandish an uncommon and deeply layered sound. See them in Portland on Aug. 12 at Mississippi Studios.
The debut full-length from Portland rock band Blesst Chest — also the first album to come out of XRAY Records — is a win for band and label alike, says our Charles Trowbridge.