How running a small label is like buying a new house—every year.
Dylan Magierek wanted out of the independent record business. By 2004, he was five years into running his label, Badman Recording Co., in San Francisco. He’d had some successes—a few records from
[CLOUDY GUITAR POP] On its previous EPs, the spirit of
Portland’s Genders lived on the border of Oregon and California, its
’90s-gazing guitar pop drifting from sunshine to shadow. For debut
full-length Get Los
A truck containing the rapper's stage gear flips over on the I-5.
Late for work today? As with most things in this modern world, you can blame Drake. A truck containing gear for the rapper-singer-Rihanna BFF's show tonight at the Moda Center overturned on the I-5 in North Portland early Tuesday morning, spilling gallons of diesel fuel onto the freeway and tying up traffic until 8:30 am, More
Drake contains multitudes. He is, after all, a half-black,
half-Jewish Canadian child actor turned ginormously famous rapper. In
hip-hop terms, he’s quite the unique snowflake. It isn’t just h
Radkey is a lot like your teenage punk band—except way better.
Starting a band in a town like St. Joseph, Mo., is hard
enough without being black and underage. The city isn’t exactly a music
mecca, nor is it the kind of place inclined to embrace three
The full Q&As with the Brothers Kirkwood and producer Alex Coletti.
In this week's print edition, we published an oral history commemorating the 20th anniversary of the Meat Puppets appearing on Nirvana's legendary episode of MTVUnplugged. Here are the complete Q&As with Cris and Curt Kirkwood and the show's producer, Alex Coletti, featuring mor...
An oral history of the Meat Puppets on Nirvana’s Unplugged in New York.
When Nirvana agreed to film an episode of MTV’s Unplugged
in November 1993, the network execs were giddy over the possibilities.
Who would the biggest band in the world bring as a guest? Eddie V
[TOMORROW PEOPLE] Thirteen years ago, the first and, until this year, only album from indie-rap supergroup Deltron 3030—producer
Dan “The Automator” Nakamura, turntablist Kid Koala and rapper