INTERVIEW WITH CALIFORNIA FOLK-ROCKERS: THE BREVET

We had the pleasure of sitting down with California folk-rockers, The Brevet, for an exclusive interview at the Analog Cafe in SE Portland. It was easy to see why this band is gaining a huge fan base. One way ...

KELLER WILLIAMS KWAHTRO: WONDER BALLROOM

It may have been freezing outside, but the Wonder Ballroom was hot as hell as people swayed and danced to the folky sounds of the evening. Guitar riffs  bounced off the walls as acoustic guitar wielding Keller...

LIVE REVIEW: EMPTY HOUSES

Walking into the McMenamins Mission Theater you come to realize this is the perfect venue for Empty Houses to play. Old velour couches line the walls, dim lighting glows through vintage wall scones and an o...

LIVE REVIEW: LOCAL NATIVES

Indie rock giants Local Natives have proven once again how loyal their fan base is. They announced their pop up show at the Doug Fir lounge in Portland, Oregon just five days before they were to play on Ju...

GOING SOLO: OUR INTERVIEW WITH JOSHUA WINSTEAD

Most know him as the bass player for acclaimed Canadian indie rock band Metric. But Joshua Winstead released his debut solo album, MMXX, on June 3rd via Royal Cut Records. The album features Winstead in his own...

NORTH WEST HESH FEST: DAY THREE

The third and final day of Northwest Hesh Fest was perhaps the loudest and most action packed day of the weekend festival. The night started with a pleasant surprise when the Portland School of Rock House ...

PSYCHEDELIC SOUNDS OF PSYCHOMAGIC

Psychomagic started like a lot of bands. Five guys, all Portland transplants from various parts of the country and their instruments, looking to express themselves individually and collectively through music. ...

REVIEW: MILKY CHANCE & X AMBASSADORS

Between their infectious beats, killer harmonica playing, and amazing Reggae/German/indie/synth combo of influences Milky Chance is sure to be on the radar for long time. Their sound live is very distinct fro...