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Record Review: Weezy Ford, Sugarcane

Record Review: Paradise Hotel, Tender Loving Empire

Record Review: TK and the Holy Know-Nothings, Arguably OK

TK and the Holy Know-Nothings’ Debut LP Is Full of Smart, Relentlessly Honest Songwriting

Record Review: Ages and Ages, Me You They We

For Khruangbin, Groove Is in the Heart

The Anti-Pop Confessionals of Elly Swope

Floating Room Releases the Uber-Confessional Crusher False Baptism

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

Record Review: Lithics, Mating Surfaces

The Portland Art-Punk Band’s Latest Is Taut and Thoughtful

For Khruangbin, Groove Is in the Heart

The Houston Trio’s New Album Con Todo El Mundo Goes Global

Record Review: Candace, New Ruins

The Portland Trio Returns with Heavy-Lidded Lo-Fi

The Lovable Vermin of Patsy’s Rats

The Former Portland Band Plays Scrappy, Feisty Pop-Punk

It’s Never Too Late for Guantanamo Baywatch

With Desert Center, the Portland Band Moves Beyond Surf

Heavy Rotation: Golden Retriever’s Spellbinding New LP

The Duo Makes Experimental But Deeply Human Music

Loveboys’ Combustible Angst

The Portland Grunge Band’s Debut EP Reaps What It Sows

Record Review

Boone Howard, The Other Side of Town

Down Gown's Rock of Ages

The Portland Band's Debut Draws from Past and Present

Revisiting Woody Guthrie’s Time at the Bonneville Dam

A New Collection of Covers by Pacific Northwest Artists Pays Tribute to Guthrie’s BPA Song Cycle

Ryley Walker’s Golden Sings of Summer

The Chicago Guitar Phenom Discusses His Inner Halfwit

Sam Coomes’ Cubist Pop Freakout

The Portland Musician’s First Solo Record Goes Black and White

Record Review: Minden, Sweet, Simple Things

Lucy Dacus Tells It Like It Is

The Richmond, Virginia Artist Doesn’t Want to Be Funny Anymore

Violent Femmes Revisit Old Times

The Band Resurrects Outsider Punk

Bombino Goes Way Out West

The Band's Tuareg Roots Branch Out on Azel

Julien Baker's Existential Underground Hit

Tennessee Singer/Songwriter Discusses Her 2015 Debut

Sturgill Simpson at the Crystal Ballroom, Sat Nov 14

Rare Diagram's Sprawling Sound

Portland Band's Symphonic, Jazzy Debut

Make Time for Dilly Dally

Toronto Punks Take It to the Next Level

Joe Jackson: King of the City

His New Album Spotlights Four Cities from Around the Globe

The Woolen Men Zero in on New Portland

Digging into the Prolific Portland Trio's Latest Album

No Time for No Sittin'

Dirty Revival's Debut Is for Dancing

Pop Rocks

The Cairo Gang: Trust What You Like

Hurry Up: Just Like High School, Sort Of

Old School

Hurry Up Takes It Slow

Balto: From Siberia to Portland

The Long Road Home

Balto's Old-Fashioned Formation

Then and There

Barna Howard's Road Goes On

Doin' It to You

Luke Sweeney Embraces the Studio

Cake Off

Sam Prekop's Modular Synths

The Narcotic Story

Drowse Unravels a Dark Past

All You Need Is Nothing

The Dead Milkmen Still Hate Pretty Music

Remembering Matt Carrillo, 1974-2015

No Wasted Hours

Houndstooth and the Art of Not Touring

Lost in a Dream

Native Lights' Cold Opening

March of Progress

Viet Cong Gets Dark and Sees the Light

Border Songs

Divers' Ambitious, Anthemic Punk

Domestic Partnership

The Domestics Mine Pop Gold

Failing to Fail

And And And Reset the Clock
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