Iconic new wave frontman and avant-garde upstart appear at Eugene's Cuthbert Amphitheater, playing songs from last year's Love This Giant and more.
Decemberists/Black Prairie percussionist John Moen traded in his drum sticks for a guitar and microphone as his Perhapst played a release show at the White Eagle Friday night to promote the release of the new album Revise Your Maps.
The folk artist bought his latest album, Mala, to Portland Thursday night. Check out the review and some photos here.
Not many bands get the opportunity to have the Dalai Lama serve as their opening act, but the Red Hot Chili Peppers received that honor on Saturday when they rocked the Memorial Coliseum, following His Holiness' appearance in Portland for the Environmental Summit.
Ruban Nielson's band played a hometown show to a full house on Friday night. Fellow Portlanders Wampire opened the show and the large crowd proved that UMO is anything but unknown.
Monday night's bill saw the live debuts of two local acts-- one already established and another from a member of two of the city's best known acts.
Alela Diane headlined at the Alberta Rose Theater as a part of Siren Nation's annual music festival. Here's a review and some photos from the show.
The Dirty Projectors played songs from their brand new album Swing Lo Magellan on Wednesday evening at The Crystal Ballroom. Baltimore's Wye Oak opened.