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‘Movie Money’ is a confident, star-studded followup to the Portland rapper's ‘Portlandsterdam’ trilogy.
On Love for Sale, Kathleen Saadat teams up with Pink Martini. Not bad for a rookie.
Take a spin through the catalog of the beloved Portland indie label and boutique.
A book about swimming and coming of age in Portland, some big-riffed rock songs, and several stately beasts: We've got the books and albums you can’t miss this month.
From seeds to tumbleweeds, Portland's own Lonesome Billies delivers classic country with an edge. So what's with the Spice Girls comparison?
We caught up with Battles’ Ian Williams ahead of the band's MusicFestNW appearance on Saturday and to find out what organic chicken has to do with music.
Portland band The Fourth Wall has a new album out on Friday, and we’ve got a sneak preview here for your streaming pleasure.
The New York duo unleash an earthquake of electropop with their first new album in five years.
The book, the album, and the comic that you can't miss this month
The book, the album, and the movie that you can't miss this month
The Microsoft co-founder (and Blazers owner) releases a benefit record today with the likes of Joe Walsh, Ann and Nancy Wilson, and Chrissie Hynde. We’re kind of jealous.
The Portland singer's ninth album crackles with vitality and delicate detail.
This highly polished gem glitters with bossa nova whimsy and a dozen sophisticated pocket-orchestra pop songs.
The local cello collective puts out an album of material from Beck's new sheet-music-only "record."
Perk up your ears for a few sounds from The Future Will Destroy You, the latest from Portland psych-pop maestros Viva Voce.
Sallie Ford talks about writing, singing, and the hometown she gradually grew to love.
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Bison Rouge honors its title with earthy, crimson old-world tones.
PICA favorite and Yale art grad Holcombe Waller releases his fourth album today.
True Instigator ought to reignite some old flames for longtime PDX song-crafter, Fernando.