[APOCALYPTIC MATH METAL] Between Easter, The Walking Dead
and Keith Richards’ uncanny life force, it’s safe to say pop culture’s
predilection for zombie kitsch is no longer weird. While necr
Emo revivalists make the world a safe place to cry again.
Emo should’ve seen its slow decline coming. It was only a
matter of time before the melody-driven punk offshoot collapsed under
the heft of its aesthetical crimes against humanity—though the s
[POST-ROCK] When Volcano Choir released Unmap in 2009, few knew what to expect from America’s newly minted sad-guy laureate. Upon releasing For Emma, Forever Ago,
Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon employ
“TALKING SHIT ABOUT HALL & OATES WILL RESULT IN IMMEDIATE DISCIPLINARY ACTION.”
sign hanging next to the employee schedule at Voodoo Doughnut is
probably a joke, but I’m not quite
WW’s music staff picks its favorite local albums of 2013.
Blitzen Trapper, VII
A consistently suggestive blend of robust
alt-country and catchy guitar-picking from Portland’s resident kings of
genre-roving Americana. (GS)
Epp, Chrome Plated Chronicle
An informal dispatch from Pete Cottell re: Third Eye Blind at Crystal Ballroom, 12/16: [Stephan Jenkins] came out wearing a hoodie and did medley versions of "deep cuts" he probably didn't have the patience to teach the new guitarist how to play. When the hoodie came off the middl...
It’s yourself again, from the future. You’re probably sitting in the basement eating Hot Pockets while eagerly awaiting MTV’s Amp and the slim chance they’ll air the co
Rules of the road at six different types of Portland cafe.
Food Reviews & Stories
The Cupping Lab
How you know you’re there: You walk into a rehabbed
warehouse and are greeted by a guy with an apron, a beard, a Don Draper
haircut and a coffee setup that looks like a meth lab