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Fortune Smiles Upon Reptaliens

Record Review: The Delines, The Imperial

Record Review: Seance Crasher, Gentle Cycle

EP Review: Loose, Haircut

The Portland Trio’s Debut Keeps Things Nice and Tight

Robin Bacior’s Light It Moved Me Is an Exploration of Subtlety

The Portland Singer/Songwriter Delves into Illuminating Jazz Sounds

Collate’s Punk Rock Response to the Modern Age

The Portland Band Talks DIY, Self-Promotion, and Their New Album Liminal Concerns

EP Review: Babehoven, Sleep

The Portland Band’s Lo-Fi Debut Shows Sky-High Potential

Chasing the Perfect Pop Song with the Sidekicks

The Ohio Band Gets Closer with Happiness Hours

Marisa Anderson Returns with Cloud Corner

The Portland-Based Solo Guitarist Reflects on Finding Personal Peace in Chaotic Times

Yob Stares Down Death and Comes Out Stronger

The Eugene Band’s New LP Pairs Crushing Doom with Life-Affirming Beauty

Sailing into the Sunset with Wooden Shjips

The Psych Band Returns with the Summery V

A Month-by-Month Guide to This Summer’s Best Shows

The Mercury’s Official Summer Concert Preview!

Laura Veirs on Looking Out for Each Other

The Singer/Songwriter Focuses Her Energy

Horse Feathers Talks Folk Itches and Identity Crises

The Portland-Born Folk Institution Shares Appreciation

EP Review: Turtlenecked, High Scores of the Heart

The Portland Band Goes Full Emo-Disco

Pete Souza Reminisces About “What We Had”

The Presidential Photographer on the Visual and Political Legacy of the Obama Administration

BlackWater HolyLight Gets Rough ’n’ Riffy

The Portland Group’s Debut Is a Sprawling Exploration of Heavy Music

Drowse’s New Record Confronts the White Noise of Fear

Cold Air Is Strange, Unsettling, and Endlessly Beautiful

The Odd-Pop Gold of Cornelius

Shadowlands Steps Out of the Darkness

The Portland Dark-Pop Band Emerges with a New EP, 002

Bedouine’s Quietly Defiant Folk

The LA Songwriter’s Debut Was One of 2017’s Hidden Gems

Meet G Perico, One of LA’s Fastest-Rising Rappers

Talking Street Shit, Songwriting, and Dreams

Welcome to Kyle Craft’s Full Circle Nightmare

The Portland Singer/Songwriter Releases His Swaggering Sophomore Album

Jen Cloher Doesn’t Mince Words

The Australian Musician Discusses Her New Album and Her Relationship with Courtney Barnett

The Prids Persist

Talking Life, Death, and Dark Pop with One of Portland’s Longest-Running Bands

Record Review: Mo Troper, Exposure and Response

Julia Jacklin Comes of Age

Her 2016 Debut Chronicles a Quarter-Life Crisis
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