The good, the bad and the weird of 2017, in 19 lists.
The monthly hip-hop showcase celebrates its third anniversary this week.
There are colorfully psychedelic beats and boasts about “fire bud,” but otherwise, the rapper steers clear of reviving tired, happy-go-lucky weed raps.
We couldn’t sample Snoop and Wiz’s brand of marijuana, so we asked four local musicians about their own favorite strains.
In the past year, EYRST (pronounced “airst”) has produced some of the most progressive music coming out of Portland—hip-hop or otherwise.
Bogan’s perma-blunted internal monologue pairs perfectly with Dodgr’s nasal sing-song flow and producer Neill Von Tally’s cosmic beatscapes.
10 Portland artists local music experts think you must hear.