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Thesis—like everyone else—is trying to figure out how to survive as a digital entity, Donovan Scribes reports.
Donovan M. Smith
Yes, that was the Portland rapper you saw on Insecure explaining the branches of US government.
The "Shimmy" video features Biketown bikes, Providence Park, and some love for the new PDX carpet.
Launched by two Grant High School alums, the Numberz aims to unite a community spread thin by gentrification.
The local rapper shot the video for her summery new single in 30-degree weather.
She'll appear alongside fellow Portlander Maarquii at a show hosted by Portugal. The Man.
River cleanup, fishing lessons, a water ceremony, storytelling, and music: Welcome to the inaugural Illamette Festival.
Big D.O.L.L.A. has 10 tracks and brings back Lil Wayne.
“It’s an ode to what BET did in the early 2000s."
The city's annual celebration of soul, R&B, blues, and hip-hop returns April 16–21.
From hip-hop phenoms to sweet-voiced doom rockers, these are the musicians soundtracking our city in 2018.
Fiona McCann, Rebecca Jacobson, Sam Pape, and Benjamin Tepler
... by advancing her art with a move to PDX. Win for us!
From the outside, it’s like he came out of nowhere. That’s intentional.
The Chicago rapper joins Hov at the Moda Center on December 14.
Weird and funny and thoughtful, Good for You is a freewheeling follow-up to the Portland rapper's 2016 viral hit "Caroline."
With artists like Myke Bogan, Blossom, and the Last Artful, Dodgr, the local label makes a national stamp.
“They kickin' out the blacks and all the houses getting clones.”
The album, festival, show, and book you need to know this month.
The Portland rapper denounced the president-elect during his guest appearance on The Tonight Show.
Culture Cheat Sheet: Music
Perhaps you’re under a blanket on a hillside, or hiding out the winter in your tiny house: either way, invite some company and hit play. You’re welcome.