Eighties-themed costume bashes and rock and roll blowouts to Latina art exhibits: let loose and feel good about yourself doing it.
Fall Arts 2019: Essentials
From Thom Yorke to Margaret Atwood, dystopian dance to symphonic hip-hop, here’s what you have to catch this season.
The music man talks about the dark days of 2007—and why he's more hopeful than ever for the future of record stores.
The three-day fest, which also features headliners like Bon Iver and Modest Mouse, takes place in Washington May 25–27.
Prepare for a trove of chic threads, comic-book finds, stylish stationery, and lady-approved sex toys.
And other true facts ahead of Oregon's funnest little electronic festival.
Without their 10,000-square-foot Odditorium in Northwest Portland, would the band have become elder statesmen of this city’s music scene?
Paul Simon, Leon Bridges, Richmond Fontaine, and Deep Sea Diver—it's all coming together in Portland this month, our first post-Prince. We salute the Purple one and more in this 20-song playlist culled from live shows lined up for May.
We talked to beloved Portland record producer Tucker Martine, ahead of Songs We Love Live—Tiny Desk Concerts' touring show—coming to the Doug Fir on May 9.
The Baltimore–based band went for a journey via their Crystal Ballroom show on Thursday, and invited Portlanders along for the ride.
The album, book, festival, and play you can’t miss this month
Oh, this is what it sounds like. We take a moment to honor the style evolution of a legend.
In a new column, Casey Jarman delivers dispatches from Portland’s music scene.
The author and Richmond Fontaine front man talks art rock, playing wasted, and his legendary Portland band’s final days.
A new audio tour guides listeners on a musical ramble through the North Portland neighborhood.
A new project by the Portland Jazz Composers Ensemble takes the stories of three heroic Oregonians to help us look to the future. With added jazz, of course.
The avant-garde rockers play the Aladdin, in a show that includes a screening of a documentary mining their 40-plus-year career.
With hand surgeries now behind him, the legendary pianist is back to perform Beethoven’s jaw-dropping masterpiece, Hammerklavier.
And why he’s putting on a Sondheim celebration at the Alberta Rose.
From Prince Rama’s ’80s inspired psych rock to Elgar’s 1908 classic Symphony no. 1, the concert scene in Portland this month runs the musical gamut.