[INDIE FOLK POP] If you think you’ll learn all there is to
know about the musicians of Fanno Creek by listening to the first few
minutes of their debut album, Monuments, you’re wrong.
Not every young person comes to Portland to retire. Some start record labels.
The founder of SoHiTek Records, 30-year-old Erik Carlson,
lives the quintessential Portland dream. Aside from owning and operating
his own homegrown record label, he also curates the SoHiTek visua
See Portland through the eyes of local music's biggest fan.
Bim Ditson goes to more shows than you. Don't feel bad: He goes to more shows than just about anyone. And sometimes, he takes pictures with his cell phone. In this column, we're letting Bim—whom you might know as the drummer for garage-pop misfits And And And—show you where he's been and who he's seen this week, and tell you where to go and who to see in the week ahead. You should ...
[BEAT POP] I really want to compare Fanno Creek to the
Shaky Hands. It’s not that the trio’s sound particularly reminds of that
gone-but-not-forgotten Portland act—sure, there’s some jangl