“Sober Daydream” sets Katy Ohsiek’s sangfroid against a jazzy, hard-hitting backdrop from producer Wil Bakula. Imagine the grungiest and most elegant bits of the ‘80s combined—as much synthwave as sophisti-pop, as much Sade as Schwarzenegger.
Kominas guitarist Shahjehan Khan narrates the flagship podcast from Portland media company Rifelion.
Experience a newly restored version of “Possession” in glorious 4K. at the Hollywood Theatre this weekend..
Soul Ipsum’s new Charity Stripe EP captures the acrobatics and dynamism of basketball with its fleet beats.
“Frida…A Self Portrait” employs the talents of Brazilian writer and performer Vanessa Severo to deliver a self portrait about a self portrait artist.
“Movie Star,” the new album from Eugene four-piece Laundry, is a song cycle set in neon capitalist hell.
This weekend’s Harvest Festival is the West Coast debut of FRQNCY, an app developed by the team behind Pickathon.
Unexplained Aerial Phenomenon is a collaboration between L.A. indie psych duo Pioneer 11 and Bryson. They’ve released two tracks together so far on POW Recordings.
Formerly of the L.A. group Soft Metals, Patricia Wolf is better known these days for her experimental and electronic solo forays.
The knotty new album from Boreen sounds like a field of static gradually arranging itself into a lost ‘90s Northwest indie classic.
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.
The Albina Soul Walk wants to physically place its audience where the music once was.