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Pickathon Woods Stage: Orkesta Mendoza


Watch an over-the-top performance from "Indie Mambo" band Orkesta Mendoza on the Pickathon Woods Stage.

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Pickathon Woods Stage: Orkesta Mendoza

Watch an over-the-top performance from "Indie Mambo" band Orkesta Mendoza on the Pickathon Woods Stage.

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opbmusic's Monday Mix: Our Girl, Jay Som, Aesop Rock and TOBACCO

This week we highlight English dream rock, a Beatles-esque psych-pop tune, and a new collaboration between an experimental beat-maker and the most verbose rapper in the world.

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Carolina Eyck and Clarice Jensen: Tiny Desk Concert

Carolina Eyck, the first artist to bring a theremin to the Tiny Desk, plays the air with the kind of lyrical phrasing and "fingered" articulation that takes a special kind of virtuosity.

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First Listen: Liz Brasher, 'Painted Image'

The debut album from the Memphis artist offers a uniquely modern take on the Stax and Sun-style soul threaded into her adopted hometown's musical DNA.

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First Listen: Toro y Moi, 'Outer Peace'

On his new album, talented producer and chillwave crusader Chaz Bundick has transitioned into a full-fledged vocalist and groove operator.

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Win Tickets to Guster at the Wonder Ballroom

The veteran band returns to Portland February 14 -- Valentine's Day. Enter for a chance to win tickets.

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Buddy: Tiny Desk Concert

The preacher's son from Compton brought his flare for the dramatic, and an air of rebellion, to the Tiny Desk.

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Video Premiere: Camp Crush - 'Vicious Life'

It's a song about letting go of emotional wounds and rifts in the age of Trump.

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Song Premiere: Deathlist - '8 Eyes'

Listen to the first release from Portland artist Jenny Logan's new album, "A Canyon."

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Black Belt Eagle Scout At Revolver Studios

Watch a darkly beautiful performance by Portland band Black Belt Eagle Scout at Revolver Studios.

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Win Tickets to The Last Artful, Dodgr at Doug Fir Lounge

The Portland/L.A. rapper returns to play Doug Fir Lounge February 16. Enter for a chance to win tickets.

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Toots And The Maytals​, Live In Concert: Newport Folk 2018

The oldest song Toots and The Maytals played, "I'll Never Grow Old," captured the spirit Toots Hibbard brought to the show. This will warm up your New Year's celebrations like nothing else.

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Shakey Graves, Live In Concert: Newport 2018

Austin singer-songwriter Alejandro Rose-Garcia, aka Shakey Graves, began his Newport Folk Festival set by raising a little hell.

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opbmusic's 2018 Holiday Music Guide

Listen to a lovingly curated mix of new holiday songs that will kick the Scrooge straight out of your soul.

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opbmusic Best Of 2018: Sessions

Look back at some of our favorite performances of 2018.

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Pickathon Woods Stage: Black Pumas

Watch the Austin-based psychedelic soul outfit charm the Pickathon crowd with this slow burner.

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Dermot Kennedy, NPR Slingshot's Best New Artist

NPR Music fans have chosen Dermot Kennedy as Slingshot Best New Artist of 2018. In a conversation with NPR's Ailsa Chang, Kennedy talks about the pressures of newfound success and his dedication to the craft.

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Video Premiere: Nick Delffs - 'Redesign'

Watch the playful new music video from the Boise-based artist whose gorgeous 2017 solo release is being issued on vinyl in February.

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opbmusic's Monday Mix: The Decemberists, Rosalia, Broken Bells

We highlight three new songs on the broadcast this week, from local artists James Mercer and The Decemberists, and an exciting new song from Barcelona singer Rosalia.

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Harold López-Nussa Trio: Tiny Desk Concert

Cuban pianist Harold López-Nussa, along with his brother Ruy on drums and bassist Gaston Joya, deliver a set of danceable jazz explorations rooted in Afro-Cuban musical traditions to the Tiny Desk.

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