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Nick Delffs Live At OPB

The Boise-based songwriter has been a longtime fixture in Northwest music. His new album, "Redesign," is about reinventing yourself from the inside out.

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Song Premiere: Jenny Don't and the Spurs - 'Santa Please Bring Him Home'

It's a new holiday song with a classic country sound to add to your wintertime playlist.

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opbmusic's Monday Mix: L.A. Salami, Ty Segall, Brandi Carlile

Listen to three new songs we're featuring on the opbmusic broadcast this week.

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Come To opbmusic's Session With Typhoon

The Portland collective plays from their upcoming release, "Offerings," at our studio Dec. 15. RSVP to get free tickets.

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Christian Scott's 'Stretch Music' Is Unmistakably His

The New Orleans-born artist calls his work "stretch music" rather than jazz, but his ability to draw together disparate musical traditions connects him to one of jazz's greatest players, Miles Davis.

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Video Premiere: Mo Troper - 'Your Brand'

Watch the new video from the Portland power pop musician. His album, "Exposure & Response," is out now.

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The National's 2007 opbmusic Session

The band's masterful 2007 recording "Boxer" has aged as one of the decade's best albums: atmospheric, distressed and cathartic. We recorded this intimate session with the National during their 2007 tour.

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Pickathon Woods Stage: Courtney Marie Andrews

Watch Courtney Marie Andrews perform a beautiful country folk song called 'Irene' on the Woods Stage.

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opbmusic's Monday Mix: Kyle Craft, Adia Victoria, Mimicking Birds

Listen to three new songs we're featuring on the opbmusic broadcast this week.

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Win Tickets To Jamila Woods At Holocene

The Chicago artist and poet has a velvety voice in the tradition of Erykah Badu. She plays at Holocene Dec. 4.

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