Alialujah Choir, Wild Ones and Dan Savage to inaugurate new Southeast Portland venue in February.
Revolution Hall isn't officially opening until April, but the new venue currently under construction inside the former Washington High School in Southeast Portland has announced a handful of shows for ...More
The city's Independent Police Review has released its investigation of the Portland Police Bureau's handling of local hip-hop shows—and finds that city regulators, police officers and state liquor officials don't have a "unified policy" in dealing with concerts. The review was sparked by a March incident where Portland-based rapper Illmaculate More
With Deeper Well Records, Evan Way wants to broaden the definition of "Christian music"
Not all Christian music is created equal, especially on Deeper Well Records. The label, started by Evan Way of Portland-via-L.A. folk-rock group the Parson Red Heads, was founded to combat the
[GARAGE POP] Zaniness is an underrated quality in rock ’n’
roll. It reached peak value around the Lollapalooza era, then plummeted
in the late ’90s as the market flooded with neo-swing ban
UPDATE: Now with title, artwork and studio audio of the first single!
And the hits keep on coming—and by that, I mean the hits of the mid-aughts: Following the resurrections of Sleater-Kinney and the Decemberists, Modest Mouse has confirmed that it too will finally return to the land of the contemporary in the early part of 2015, releasing its first album in eight years. As first reported by More
Movie Reviews & Stories
If Michael Scott had been born disgustingly rich, with a
crooked beak for a nose, he would’ve been John du Pont. A lot has been
made of Steve Carell’s dark turn as the heir to one of the gra
Movie Reviews & Stories
Chris Rock took way too long to play himself in a movie.
perhaps it’s more accurate to say he took far too long to make a movie
that sounds like he does. That’s the immediate thing to
After a tragedy in its ranks, TV on the Radio is born again.
TV on the Radio guitarist Dave Sitek lives by the
overarching philosophy of “What if?” What if he had a band that blended
all the music he loved, from punk to prog to soul, to the point that
Portland always knew Merrill Garbus was special. Even
before her Tune-Yards project had fully metamorphosed into the
high-definition art funk of 2011’s Whokill and this year’s Nikki Nack, the