We catch up with the Australian band for a soundcheck recording at Doug Fir Lounge.
Roosevelt High School is located in St. Johns, a neighborhood that has produced a slew of Portland hip-hop talent. Roosevelt grad Vinnie Dewayne takes us on a tour through the halls of his old stomping ground.
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In a town known for "keeping it weird," the Crystal Ballroom in Portland doesn't immediately stand out. But it's got plenty of character below the surface.
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The Ohio band spends its new album shoehorning deep, dark ideas into pocket-sized pop-rock anthems.
This weekend it's an all-Pacific Northwest rundown, as we highlight new music from Blitzen Trapper, Hibou, and Broken Bells.
This weekend we highlight new music from The Chamanas, Big Grams, and Pony Time.
Josh Homme and Jesse Hughes' first album in seven years is a lasciviously sleazy spitball.
Two favorite sets from Stagepass highlight the third show, Thursday night at 8:30 on OPB TV
Cavity Search Records co-founder Denny Swofford chats with us about the label's history (including the time he almost asked Elliott Smith to re-record Roman Candle) and the future of the industry.
This weekend we highlight new music from El Vy, Natasha Kmeto, and Yo La Tengo.
Portland-based electronic musician Natasha Kmeto finds her voice on new album Inevitable.
Equal parts glam and grime, the prolific LA band hits the psychedelic sweet spot with 1000 Days.
This week we highlight new music from Deerhunter, Vieux Farka Toure & Julia Easterlin, and Odesza.