Album Review: The Woolen Men

The Woolen Men (Woodsist)


Album Reviews
[PUNK ’N’ ROLL] When Portland garage-rock trio the Woolen Men signed with New York label Woodsist late last year, you could almost hear the city gasp. Would our beloved, punk-tinged lo-fi grou   More
 
Wednesday, March 20, 2013 MARK STOCK

Album Review: Tango Alpha Tango

Live From the Banana Stand (Banana Stand)


Album Reviews
[BLUES ROCK] Portland’s Tango Alpha Tango is best experienced amid a crowded room of sweaty guitar junkies. Logically, then, a well-mixed live album is the next greatest thing. Captured last y   More
 
Wednesday, December 19, 2012 EMILEE BOOHER

Album Review: Aranya

Farabequah (Self-Released)


Album Reviews
[METAL OF THE GODS] “Epic” is an overused adjective in the rock-crit lexicon, but applying any other word to the mountainous, prog-y, European folk-metal of Portland’s Aranya would be inaccu   More
 
Wednesday, December 12, 2012 MATTHEW SINGER

Album Review: Federale

The Blood Flowed Like Wine (Federale)


Album Reviews
[SPAGHETTI NORTHWESTERN] Conceived as a living tribute to the Westerns of Sergio Leone and the dusty Ennio Morricone soundtracks that accompanied them, Federale has one of the best gimmicks of a   More
 
Wednesday, November 28, 2012 MATTHEW SINGER

Album Review: The Ocean Floor

Falling Star Castle (Single Girl Married Girl)


Album Reviews
[EXPERIMENTAL POP] Lane Barrington’s last album was full of questions. Literally. It’s called Pop Quiz, and every track title ends in a question mark. The frontman of the Ocean Floor, which st   More
 
Wednesday, November 28, 2012 EMILEE BOOHER

Album Review: Brainstorm

Heat Waves (Tender Loving Empire)


Album Reviews
[WORLD PARTY] Well, you don’t say: A rock band mixing pop melodies with worldly rhythms and West African guitars? How au courant! While the novelty of that particular formula wore off the moment   More
 
Wednesday, November 28, 2012 MATTHEW SINGER

These Are the Days: MFNW Edition


Music
Here we go again! MusicfestNW is back with a phenomenal five day schedule of music featuring locally and internationally renowned musical artists performing at some of Portland's finest venues. On this edition of These Are the Days, some great tracks from local bands performing at the festival, including tracks from Menomena, Reporter, the Thermals and more. Charge your phones, take your vitamins, ...   More
 
Wednesday, September 8, 2010 ARYA IMIG

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