"There is a definite appeal to his campy, smart-aleck personality."
Music(Go here for this week's interview with a beta-version of Moz.)As far as I can tell, the Smiths never played Portland, despite the fact that its second most important member has called our city home for the last few years. Morrissey, on the other hand (he'd be the first most important), has...
Morrissey is dead.
literally, of course. In terms of media exposure, the great and powerful
Moz is more alive right now than he’s been in years, what with the
recent stunts he’s pulled
The former Blazer holds forth on the Jersey sculptor.
Art fans, this is truly a magnanimous moment in the
history of modern civilization. Not since Gutenberg first threw down the
word of the Big Man upstairs has the printed letter held quite such
Typhoon’s in-house producer readies his masterpiece.
The past year of Paul Laxer’s life is coming down to four plinking piano notes.
It’s a chilly
Thursday afternoon, and the 28-year-old producer is in his Northeast
Portland mixing studi
Paul Thomas Anderson’s The Master is the
film Scientology maybe doesn’t want you to see. But while it makes
deliberate allusions to L. Ron Hubbard’s sci-fi pseudo-religion, that’s
MusicPickathon has long been one of the most unique festival-going experiences—nestled among the trees on Pendarvis Farm in Happy Valley, it legitimately feels like summer camp—and in the last few years, the lineup has shifted to reflect that uniqueness. It hasn't abandoned its roots as a, um, roots music festival, it's expanded on them, making it unlik...