The Secret Society 116 NE Russell St., 493-3600, secretsociety.net. 5 pm-midnight Sunday-Thursday, 5 pm-1 am Friday-Saturday.Long a refuge for the overflow crowd from neighbors Toro Bravo and the Wond
The Blue Monk3341 SE Belmont St., 595-0575, thebluemonk.com. 5 pm-2:30 am daily.There’s something undeniably retro about grabbing a drink at the Blue Monk. Maybe it’s the green vinyl booths and ch
On a Monday night in early March, everything changed for
Future Islands. The Baltimore synth-pop trio was in New York to make its
national television debut on the Late Show With David Letterman, p
[QUEEN AYE] At this point, comparing St. Vincent
to anyone else isn’t just besides the point—it’s downright unfair. Over
the course of four increasingly weird and wonderful solo albums, Anni
Happy birthday! Gosh, you have to be, what, 12 years old
now? Time sure does fly when you’re having fun, running around the Moda
Center, shooting Silly String at unsuspecting fans,
Queens rapper puffed a joint onstage, fought security, and got the show shut down early.
Before last night’s Action Bronson show at the Roseland, I had never been to a concert in Portland that was shut down early. But on what started off as another sleepy Monday night, at a show that was moved up from Peter’s Room to the actual Roseland to accommodate a theater that was about half-full, all hell broke loose the seco...
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is that his voice sounds almost exactly like Ghostface Killah’s.
With his new project, Nicolas Jaar explores the Darkside of the Earth.
When electronic wunderkind Nicolas Jaar was looking for a
guitarist for his new project, he ended up going with an unusual choice:
someone who didn’t really know how to play the instrument.
[ROUNDBALL ROCK] On a recent Grantland podcast, Stephen Malkmus let his guard down on the secrets behind the awesomely titled Wig Out at Jagbags,
his new record with the Jicks. “There’s one song