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Billy Joel Is Rock’s Tragic Antagonist

Here Are His Five Best Songs You Won’t Hear at the Dentist

Record Review: Various Artists, Transference

Song of the Red States

Diving into the Mouth of Country Music—and Red-State America—at the Bi-Mart Willamette Country Music Festival

Dreamdecay’s Noisy Punk Is Strangely Catchy

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

Sonic Mania Is Great—Because It Was Made by a Fan

Yousef Hatlani Reworks Classic Video Game Music

Bit by Bit Painstakingly Reinvents Retro Game Sounds

Fake News for Punks

The Hard Times Skewers the Local Scene

Get Off David Crosby’s Lawn

The Legendary 75-Year-Old Songwriter Found Twitter (And We Are All in His Crosshairs)

Jay Som's Sterling, Personal Guitar-Pop

These Hallowed Walls: Celebrating Two Decades of Jackpot!

This Month Marks the 20th Anniversary of Portland’s Premiere Recording Studio

My Body’s Fragmented Identities

The Portland Duo’s Forthcoming EP, Seven Wives, Is Classical Pop

Record Review: Point Juncture, WA, Me or the Party

The Business of Nostalgia

As Digital Downloads Reshape Video Games, Portland’s Indie Game Stores Strive to Satisfy Retro Tastes

Casey Jarman Stares Down Death

Death: An Oral History Prepares You for the Inevitable

Ringo Starr Is Basically My Surrogate Uncle

And Ragging On Him Does Not Make You Look Cool or Smart

Joyce Manor’s Pop-Punk for Grownups

On Cody, the SoCal Band Breaks Free from Punk’s Adolescent Trappings

Pro Wrestling for the People

A Look Inside Portland’s Underground Pro Wrestling Scene

Growing Up With Harry Potter

Harry Potter And The Cursed Child Is Like a Letter From an Old Friend

Whitney Channels Pop’s Golden Days

The Chicago Band’s Debut Sounds Like the Kids Found the ’70s

Legend of Tarzan: Tarzans Gonna Tarzan

Yep, That's Definitely Tarzan.

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Modern Baseball's Graduation

Holy Ghost Is Mature Emo

Death of the Mall Rat

Portland Is Changing—Can the Lloyd Center Mall Keep Up?

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The "Real" Tim Heidecker

The New Sincerity of the Comedian's In Glendale

A Commentary on Dream Theater's Magnum Opus

The Astonishing Is Two Hours and 10 Minutes of Sci-Fi Proggery

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How to Say "Nah" Without Being a Buzzkill

'People Who Don't Smoke Weed Can Have Fun, Too!

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Sheer Mag Sounds Like Taylor Hanson Fronting Thin Lizzy

The Philadelphia Band's Modern Rock

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Tell Your Friends About See My Friends Records

Secret City Volume 1 Documents the Secret Kingdom of Portland Pop

I Saw the Light Is Country for Dummies

Why the Hank Williams Biopic Is a Wasted Opportunity

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Review: Dreamdecay, F.R.A.N.K.

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How to Fall in Love (with Bruce Springsteen)

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Carly Rae Jepsen at Wonder Ballroom, Tues Mar 1

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Gods of Egypt Is So Bad It's Good Bad

This Film Features Gods! Egypt! And Also a Spaceship!
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