Who: Prometheus Wolf (vocals, guitar), Matthew Huffman (drums), Jared Bird (bass), DJ Barnes (guitar).
Sounds like: Joy Division, if they smiled once in a while.
For fans of: Gun Club, Buzzcocks, Wi
Outkast, Queens of the Stone Age, Kraftwerk, Frank Ocean headline, along with a bazillion others.
Well, we got Outkast. The reunited hip-hop duo will headline the first half of the annual Sasquatch Music Festival at Washington's Gorge Amphitheater, which this year is spread across two separate weekends in May and July. Considering the legendary Atlanta rappers proclaimed they'd perform at 40 festivals in 2014, it'd be a majo...
"It has taken on a significance that it doesn't deserve."
By now, you've likely heard about the brouhaha surrounding the release this week of previously unheard Elliott Smith material. Normally, this would be treated as a grand occurrence, given that, unlike many of his peers in the gone-too-soon club, Smith's recorded legacy seemed to more or less end when he died in 2003. Sure, there have been posthumous albums—2004's From a Basement on the Hill</...More
R&B belter and Prince band member makes a star of herself in TV debut.
Last night, Portland soul queen Liv Warfield made her TV debut on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, and holy hell, this is the kind of performance stars are made from. Flanked by a veritable army of horns, the R&B belter—and New Power G...More
Help the Portland punk institution clear some of its debt, make structural improvements.
Slabtown owner Doug Rogers proudly touts his club's DIY bonafides, which, frankly, were etched into its walls long before he bought the place two years ago. But, as we've learned recently, doing things yourself is a costly endeavor—particularly when you'...
Sunrise Analytical is breaking down marijuana to build better medicine.
Ethan Marshall figures he’s one of the only people in Oregon allowed to handle both money and weed in the same transaction.
official title at Sunrise Analytical, the Portland medical-marijua
After eight years, Portland’s Aan finally releases its debut album.
Bud Wilson shakes his head. He can’t believe it’s taken
this long for his band, the Portland experimental-pop group Aan, to put
out a proper record. EPs and things resembling albums have surfa