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PDX Pop Now! Sets a Standard for Accessibility in Art

The Always Free, Always All-Ages Festival Celebrates Its 15th Year

The 18 Best Concerts to See in Portland This Week: July 18-24

From Prince Daddy to King Princess

Book of Love Revisits Their Feather-Light Synth-Pop

The Pillows Aim to Please

Japan’s Pop-Rock Legends Tour America to Coincide with FLCL’s New Season

Record Review: LWW, 3PE

Luke Wyland Debuts His New Project with a Collection of Improvisations

The 13 Best Concerts to See in Portland This Week: July 11-17

Noodles! Wimps! Picklefest!

Buffalo Springfield, Again and Again

Neil Young and Stephen Stills’ First Band Gets Reissued in Mono and Stereo

EP Review: Plastic Cactus, Moth Eyes

The Portland Band’s Second EP Is Even Darker and Moodier

The Five Best Experimental Record Labels in Portland

New and Daring Sounds from SDM Records, Impermanent Projects, and More

Record Review: Tender Age, Becoming Real Forever

Heavy Fuzz and Hissing Guitars Course Through the Portland Band’s Debut LP

Sneaker Wave

The Latest in Portland Hip-Hop

The 21 Best Concerts to See in Portland This Week: July 4-10

From Don’t Shred on Me to Punk Icon Alice Bag to Coverpalooza

Oregon Musician and Producer Richard Swift Has Died

Here Are 31 Songs to Get You Through July

PDX Pop Now! Announces Its 15th Anniversary Lineup

The 19 Best Concerts to See in Portland This Week: June 27-July 3

From Belle and Sebastian to Frog Eyes

A Previously Lost 1963 Session from John Coltrane’s Classic Quartet

Both Directions at Once Reveals a Hard Day’s Work

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

Peach Kelli Pop’s New Album Is Sunshine Punk with Pit Bulls

Gentle Leader Features Full-Throttle Hooks and Explosive Sweetness

Sneaker Wave

The Latest in Portland Hip-Hop

Floating Room Releases the Uber-Confessional Crusher False Baptism

The Portland Band’s Sophomore Album Navigates the Crags of Emotional Trauma

The 21 Best Concerts to See in Portland This Week: June 20-26

From Lucinda Williams to Good in the Hood Festival

Chicago Reader Remembers Soundman Patrick Kenneally

Move Over, Big Star—Here’s Zuider Zee

Light in the Attic’s Collection of Unreleased Tracks Gives the Memphis Band Its Due

Janelle Monáe Takes Her Sex-Positive Sound to the Next Dimension

Her New Album Dirty Computer Is a Defiant Celebration of Marginalized Identities

The 13 Best Concerts to See in Portland This Week: June 13-19

From Janelle Monáe to Reptaliens

Record Review: The Lavender Flu, Mow the Glass

The Portland Band’s Sophomore Album Is More Focused (Though Still Chaotic)

Anna Burch's Solo Debut Is Breezy "Bummer Pop"

Live Review: Sleep at Roseland

Yob Stares Down Death and Comes Out Stronger

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

The 17 Best Concerts to See in Portland This Week: June 6-12

From Two Nights of Treepeople to Holocene’s 15th Birthday Party

S1’s Fourth-Anniversary Weekend

Portland's Partial Gallery, Partial Venue, All Synth Paradise

Sneaker Wave

The First Hip-Hop Dispensary Is Opening in Portland

Here Are 30 Songs to Listen to This June

EP Review: Frankie Simone, Love//Warrior

The Portland Pop Sensation‘s Debut Is a Battle Cry for Queer Love

King Tuff Surrenders to the Unknown

How a Major Identity Crisis Inspired His New Album The Other

The 20 Best Concerts to See in Portland This Week: May 30-June 5

From Frankie Simone’s EP Release Show to the Dolly Parton Hoot Night
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