Bryan Rahija is a little more extroverted and exuberant than many of his peers in the American Primitive Guitar scene.
Three nights of paper lantern viewing along with illuminated performances by the Portland Lee’s Association Dragon & Lion Dance Team and a mobile scavenger hunt.
Better carry a vaccine card if you want to go anywhere fun this fall.
Destiny’s Child bagged their Total Request Live appearance at the Rose Garden.
Alien Boy is one of the best guitar bands in any major city right now—but they live in ours.
“The vinyl revolution” has become a very real, quantifiable phenomenon.
Even as they built relationships with Facebook, YouTube, and Twitch, they couldn’t get those platforms to understand that “Livestreams suck.”
The Albina Soul Walk wants to physically place its audience where the music once was.
Here are five new tracks from locals and beyond.
Bonnie “Prince” Billy’s Superwolves is one of his warmest and best albums to date.
Venice VR is about to return to Portland for the second year in a row.
Next May, there will be an opera party in Manahan’s honor.
Barker’s “Utility” imagines dance music as a flying machine: free from the constraints of gravity, head in the clouds, but always working and pumping madly to stay afloat.
“Out West” reworks common myths of the American West.
Grouper’s “Shade” is “Nebraska,” if Bruce had to keep his voice down for the neighbors.