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they aren’t dreaming up erotic encounters between fictional characters,
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The Portland rapper discusses his move to New York, his feelings on the local hip-hop scene, and offers advice for fellow MCs: "Stop biting my style."
A little over a month ago, Hanif Collins—better known by his MC name, Luck-One—left Portland and relocated to New York. It was an unceremonious departure for one of the city's most lauded rappers, no farewell shows or anything. He just up and left. That, it turns out, is precisely how he wanted it. Willamette Week emailed Collins...
This week's soft theme is "Bands That've Kept Us Waiting... But We Shall Wait No More!" Or something along those lines. Anyway, to the A/V splendor! Ages & Ages, "Divisionary (Do the Right Thing)" Finally, someone adapted the early Simpsons episode "Bart the General" into a music video! You remember "B...
Several Portland acts added to bill that already included Run the Jewels, Built to Spill, Joy Formidable and many more.
The Treefort Music Festival is held in Boise, Idaho, but it might as well be considered at least half a Portland music festival. Not just because it's a mere six and a half hours down the road, but because the organizers go out of their way to stuff the bill with Stumptown bands. Last month, the festival rolled out the first part of this year's lineup, headlined by the powerful hip-hop tandem ...
If you live in Portland, surely you're familiar with Unicycling Darth Vader Guy, the dude who, as that description suggests, unicycles around town in a Darth Vader mask, wearing a kilt and playing bagpipes. Even if you're don't live here, you've probably seen him on Buzzfeed</...More
Who: June Kang (vocals, guitar), Thuy-Duong Le (vocals, synthesizer), Ryan Simon (guitar).
Sounds like: What My Bloody Valentine is hiding under all those layers of fuzz.
For fans of: Slowdive, Gala
Portland: Where spaced-out psych-rockers go to retire.
Moving to Portland made Wooden Shjips drummer Omar
Ahsanuddin feel like a kid again. It’s made him live like one, anyway.
“I have a drum set in my basement for the first time since I lived at
Sahelsounds' Christopher Kirkley wants to remake Purple Rain in the Sahara.
A few years ago, self-described "guerrilla ethnomusicologist" Christopher Kirkley went to West Africa and discovered something neither he nor anyone outside the region knew existed. In an area with no reliable Internet connections, people had created a literal peer-to-peer file sharing network</...More
And introducing the Portland stoner-rock titan's newest member, Paul Shaffer!
Red Fang continued its march toward global domination Friday night, making its network television debut on Late Night With David Letterman.As noted in the past, whoever books the musical acts there has some sort of Portland jones, but this wa...