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Television Plays Portland for the First Time Since 1978

There's No One Quite Like the Space Lady

Dreamdecay’s Noisy Punk Is Strangely Catchy

Their New LP, , Is One of the Most Accessible Heavy Records in Years

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Daniel Norgren Taps into Roots Music’s Mystic Shimmer

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Downtown Boys Discuss Labor and Liberation

The Punk Band’s New Album Wages War on Injustice

Losing Control with SZA's Debut LP, Ctrl

Havania Whaal Is Not a Normal Band

Elaborate Minor Crisis Is a Brood-Gaze Masterpiece

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Staying Mild with Tops

The Québécois Band Talks Positive Breakups and Perfect Pop Songs

Black Belt Eagle Scout's Debut Has Heartbreak and Guitar Solos

Mother of My Children Externalizes Loss with Electrifying Post-Rock

Haim's New Sound Is Measured and Monolithic

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Autonomics’ Hymns for the Quarter-Life Crisis

The Portland Band’s New Record, Debt Sounds, Is Straightforward Rock ’N’ Roll

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Portland Rapper A Mitch's "Days" Music Video Spoofs Cast Away on the Oregon Coast

Stop What You're Doing and Listen to This Track

The New Taylor Swift Song: WE HAVE OPINIONS

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The Best of Project Pabst

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Okkyung Lee’s Force and Physicality

Secret Drum Band Is Inspired by the Rhythms of the Natural World

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