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Cheers! opbmusic Is Launching A Beer On Sept. 29


Oregon City Brewing Company is launching an opbmusic-inspired beer and celebrating with a day full of live music on Sept. 29.

New Nonprofit Works to Make Concerts More Accessible


Half Access aims to start a conversation between music fans with disabilities, and concert venues.

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New Nonprofit Works to Make Concerts More Accessible

Half Access aims to start a conversation between music fans with disabilities, and concert venues.

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Cheers! opbmusic Is Launching A Beer On Sept. 29

Oregon City Brewing Company is launching an opbmusic-inspired beer and celebrating with a day full of live music on Sept. 29.

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Watch: And And And At Revolver Studios

The veteran Portland punk band plays from their latest, "Idiot," and talks with us about songwriting, longevity and saying no to Spotify.

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Julie Byrne: Tiny Desk Concert

Julie Byrne's transporting music can turn the ordinary into the extraordinary.

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Win Tickets to Mountain Man at Doug Fir

The vocal trio performs two shows at Doug Fir Lounge November 6. Enter for a chance to win tickets.

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Kalbells: Tiny Desk Concert

The band makes life-affirming music that singer Kalmia Traver created over the past few years, filled with the triumph of being cancer free.

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opbmusic's Monday Mix: Big Red Machine, Tunng, Dilly Dally

This week's opbmusic Monday Mix features a collaboration between The National's Aaron Dessner and Bon Iver's Justin Vernon, new music from Tunng and Dilly Dally.

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Hobo Johnson: Tiny Desk Concert

While this Sacramento, Calif. band didn't win this year's Tiny Desk contest, their video entry, for the song "Peach Scones," was among the more memorable we've ever seen.

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First Listen: Metric, 'Art Of Doubt'

On its seventh album, the Canadian band returns to the spiky, effusive pleasures of guitar-driven rock and roll.

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Win Tickets To First Aid Kit At The Schnitz

The duo of sisters Klara and Johanna Soderberg return to Portland on Oct. 3. Enter for a chance to win tickets.

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Video Premiere: The Duke Of Norfolk Live From The Banana Stand

Watch the Vancouver, Wash. folk musician perform an informal living room version of "As The Heralds Revere You."

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Octavian Takes Off With 'SPACEMAN' Mixtape

The East London rapper drops off his first project since being named one of NPR's Slingshot artists, playing hopscotch with trance, alternative R&B and hip-hop all at once.

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opbmusic's Monday Mix: Rubblebucket, Mimicking Birds, Ural Thomas

This week's Monday Mix features new music from Portland acts Ural Thomas and Mimicking Birds, as well as a new song from Rubblebucket.

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Long Play: Blitzen Trapper - 'Furr'

The Portland rock band chat with us about the reissue of their decade old record "Furr." We're playing the whole album throughout the broadcast on Tuesday, Sept. 11.

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Win Tickets to Natalie Prass At Mississippi Studios

Enter to win tickets to see indie-pop act Natalie Prass at Mississippi Studios later this month.

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First Listen: Low, 'Double Negative'

The static-scarred loops that open Double Negative portend another subtle reinvention: This is the sound of beauty as it's distorted to the point of disintegration.

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Heavy Rotation: 10 Songs Public Radio Can't Stop Playing

This month's playlist includes 10 songs by Slingshot artists: public radio's favorite new musicians of 2018.

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opbmusic's Monday Mix: boygenius, Laura Gibson, Kurt Vile

This week's Monday Mix features new songs from boygenius, Laura Gibson and Kurt Vile.

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First Listen: Paul Simon, 'In The Blue Light'

Revision's redemptive potential permeates Paul Simon's 14th solo album. In the Blue Light features ten recordings of old works, newly considered.

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First Listen: St. Paul & The Broken Bones, 'Young Sick Camellia'

The Alabama band keeps getting weirder, more inventive and, in danceable ringers like "Apollo," more committed than ever to the pleasures of sprightly, joyous funk.

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