Who: Rappers Milc and Brill.
Sounds like: A rap-game John Belushi busting into a church party with strippers, guns and a plate of drugs.
For fans of: Odd Future, early Eminem, Ghostface Killah, Lice
A band is like a family, especially when it’s both.
Indra Dunis’ touring partners are a bunch
of crybabies. They get cranky if they’re in the van too long, never
clean up their own messes and sometimes even soil themselves. She puts
The second-year music festival will take place two months earlier.
In case you were wondering how the inaugural Project Pabst—the music festival sponsored and curated by the brewing company four out of five nitrous-huffing psychopaths prefer—went back in September, we now have a pretty good indication, as the festival is coming back in 2015, albeit tw...
A dance party scheduled to take place tonight at Doug Fir Lounge has been canceled by the venue following an online uproar over the use of racial stereotypes in the artwork being used to promote the event. As first reported by our news partners at More
How the Thermals’ frontman went from shouting down injustice to joking about man boobs.
Comedy is the new punk rock, they say, but in the case of
Hutch Harris, punks are the new comics. In recent weeks, the Thermals’
singer-guitarist has gone from Portland comedy-scene booster to
[CLASSIC POP] When it comes to songwriting, Jesse Bettis
is an unabashed classicist. That was true of Oh Captain My Captain, his
former band, whose widescreen pop drew upon Bowie, Queen and Radi
Comedy and Variety
For Nariko Ott, being funny isn’t a
personality trait, it’s a survival instinct. As the second of four
children raised by a single mother, he knew from a young age that if he
Remembering Dekum Manor, Portland's most infamous house-show venue.
Last week, Dekum Manor—for many years Portland's preeminent house show venue, located at 422 NE Dekum St.—burned down. Though its heyday had passed, the loss represents yet another casualty during a year that has been the disappearance of many local cultural institutions. We aske...More
It’s easy to forget how long Justin Timberlake has been famous. Even though I’m well aware that he shed the boy-band image more than a decade ago, until last night part of me imagined his shows were still filled with a sea of teenage girls screaming themselves hoarse. There was plenty of screaming happening at the Moda Center, but the sources were varied. There was the scrawny 16-year-...