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Top Five Things To Do When Death Grips Doesn’t Show Up For Its Concert At The Roseland

Stay positive. But if they don't show up, here are some ideas.


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1. Go to Ground Kontrol. Let out the rage you were going to unleash in the pit by totally dominating the BurgerTime machine. 2. Stop in at Mary’s. “I’ve Seen Footage” is kind of an apoc   More
 
Wednesday, June 17, 2015 WW MUSIC STAFF

Cuts of the Week

Must-hear new songs from Wild Ones, Alia Zin, Joel Magid, Tony Ozier and Gaytheist x Rabbits.

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Each week, LocalCut collects the best new Portland music and puts it all in one place for you, the faithful reader, to enjoy. It's like The Week In Rock, with less Tabitha Soren. 1. Wild Ones, “Dim the Lights” Last week, synth-pop darlings Wild Ones announced its new EP with a slick teaser video that s...   More
 
Wednesday, June 10, 2015 by WW MUSIC STAFF

Cuts of the Week

Must-hear new songs from the Fourth Wall, Charts, Havania Whaal, Daniel Rafn and Paul Alcott featuring Brent Knopf.

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Each week, LocalCut collects the best new Portland music and puts it all in one place for you, the faithful reader, to enjoy. It's like The Week In Rock, with less Tabitha Soren. 1. The Fourth Wall, “Cosmos in the Water” The Fourth Wall is a young, atmospheric rock group that has been scratching at the cellar door of the Portland music scene for the last year or so. Co...   More
 
Friday, May 29, 2015 by WW MUSIC STAFF

Cuts of the Week

Must-hear new songs from Tope, Jackson Boone, Theme Witch, Rare Diagram and Casey Neill. Plus: New And And And video!

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Each week, LocalCut collects the best new Portland music and puts it all in one place for you, the faithful reader, to enjoy. It's like The Week In Rock, with less Tabitha Soren. 1. Tope, “Miss Me When I’m Gone” The man is nothing if not accurate. Portland rapper Tope is indeed gone, and this track appears to be a self-made memorial. Last time we chatted with Tope, his plan was...   More
 
Friday, May 15, 2015 by WW MUSIC STAFF

Cuts of the Week

Must-hear new songs from Copy, Sancho, Neka and Kahlo, Wishyunu and the Futro collective.

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Each week, LocalCut collects the best new Portland music and puts it all in one place for you, the faithful reader, to enjoy. It's like The Week In Rock, with less Tabitha Soren.1. Copy, “Multiples”Oh, you’re reading that right—new music from Copy. Nine years ago, Marius Libman’s electro-pop project was the hottest thing in Portland. He won our    More
 
Friday, May 1, 2015 by WW MUSIC STAFF

Flashback: Old Time Relijun at Ground Kontrol, 2007


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Experimental K Records punk band Old Time Relijun is reuniting to celebrate its 20th anniversary. The above photo is from a performance at Satyricon during MusicfestNW 2008, but  the band   More
 
Wednesday, April 29, 2015 WW MUSIC STAFF

Cuts of the Week

Must-hear new songs from Eyelids, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Sons of Huns, Our First Brains and Rainbows.

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Each week, LocalCut collects the best new Portland music and puts it all in one place for you, the faithful reader, to enjoy. It's like The Week In Rock, with less Tabitha Soren. 1. Eyelids, “Bound To Let You Down” In a short amount of time, Eyelids—the Portland sideman-supergroup whose collective DNA includes genetic material from the Decemberists, Guided By Voices an...   More
 
Thursday, April 23, 2015 by WW MUSIC STAFF

Music Facts NW

Everything we know about this year’s MusicfestNW—visualized.

 
Wednesday, April 22, 2015 WW MUSIC STAFF

A Guide to Portland Record Stores

In Portland, every day is Record Store Day. This is a guide to all of them.


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NORTH PORTLAND Beacon Sound 3636 N Mississippi Ave., wearebeaconsound.com.  Noon-7 pm daily. With its clean, minimalist design, Beacon Sound has the air of an art gallery, which might als   More
 
Wednesday, April 15, 2015 WW MUSIC STAFF

Get On the Train

The highlights of this year’s Soul’d Out Music Festival.


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Robert Glasper Experiment Exhibit A in the case for jazz’s survival, pianist Robert Glasper’s fluid combinations of jazz, R&B and hip-hop sound as organically related as these not-so-di   More
 
Wednesday, April 15, 2015 WW MUSIC STAFF
 

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