New Music

Julia Logue looks toward the horizon on her new album, Welcome To Your Sunrise

In the days just after the winter solstice, the days which sink back into darkness…

Milc has a story to tell on his new album, The Fish That Saved Portland

Portland needs saving. Its an oft-repeated premise, although the question of saving from who or…

BB Cone’s intimate new video “Desire” is a real DIY treat for the eyes and ears

In unique “synth-heavy, goth-pop” fashion, Bijoux Cone, formerly known as Bryson Cone, explores themes of…

Kendrick Lamar turns away from it all on Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers

For 1855 days, Kendrick has been going through something. On his new album, Mr. Morale…

Interview: Quinn Christopherson’s new music touches on nostalgia, the joy of Alaskan sun, and how “good boys” could do better

I discovered Quinn Christopherson’s sound alongside the low hum of a buzzing Doug Fir crowd.…

Take Us Back to Treefort 10!

Over the years, Boise has really grown to become a musical extension of Portland—almost like…

HELP’s 2053 is a shrill battle cry against complacency in a crumbling world

HELP’s full-length debut (the highly anticipated follow-up to their self-titled EP of 2019) 2053, is here with a vengeance.

Faye Webster talks inspiration, heading back on tour, and Cobalt Blue

Eleven had a chance to chat with Faye Webster about heading back out on tour, artistic inspiration, and her dream video game collab.

Boy Harsher’s “The Runner (Original Soundtrack)” examines the human condition through the lens of campy horror

At the brink of 2020’s semi-social collapse—the live music scene dwindling to a low hum—Boy…

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Album Review: Earl Sweatshirt, Sick!

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