Ex-And And And co-frontman Tyler Keene is looking for A Love Supreme.
[ONE-MAN BAND] Tyler Keene is searching. Speaking via
telephone from outside a wedding reception in his hometown of Saginaw,
Mich., he is searching for the words to explain why he recently left his
The Portland couple behind Hey Lover gets comfortable in its own sound.
[GARAGE ROCK, GROWN UP] Hey Lover is like, a bajillion years old.
In Portland band years, that is. By the regular old Gregorian calendar, the garage-rock two-piece—which releases its new album, Ten
Considering that Al’s Den (303 SW 12th Ave.),
the live-music venue in the Crystal Hotel’s basement, takes its name
from Al Winter, a Portland gambling kingpin who purportedly directed his
For a city so fixated on bikes, Portland pays surprisingly
little attention to bike racing. Maybe that’s because all Portland’s
potential racers are, at present, using biking mainly as an altern
Born: In Northport, N.Y., in 1976.
Sounds like: An unexpectedly—then unbelievably—skilled busker/rapper/poet on some bygone New York street corner.
For fans of: Buck 65, Atmosphere, Eyedea &
Three-term Metro councilor to Portland’s elected officials: Get off your asses!
Rex Burkholder, ever the environmentalist, is concerned about a new endangered species in Portland: the biking public official.
found the Bicycle Transportation Alliance and, as th
The next big innovation in bicycle design is…wood?
The funny thing about Ken Wheeler, owner of Portland
bicycle manufacturer Renovo, is that he doesn’t seem terribly interested
in the qualities that must attract many customers to the wooden bikes