Chromatics, Decemberists, Jinkx Monsoon, and more: Icy tracks from Oregonians old and new to help you through the dwindling daylight
Lush, autumnal tracks from Portlanders including Elliott Smith, Esperanza Spalding, The Shivas, and more.
The rising Portland lo-fi producer delivers a vibrant opener to his debut album ‘The Long and Short of It.’
Parisalexa, Blitzen Trapper, and others will hit the South Waterfront August 14 and 15.
Reimagined holiday classics, warm Americana, and rainy hip-hop by homegrown talent to keep you warm
Old favorites, new discoveries, rising stars: these are your Portland-grown best bets for autumn listening.
The Portland Monthly staff shares the non-pandemic content getting us through the week.
Portland Monthly Staff
Following their final show at the Doug Fir, we take a look back at the music and legacy of the Slants.
After releasing its second album, Hall's Band Tents will end its tour at Bunk Bar on Thursday.
Paradise Hotel brings together thirteen local artists under one groovy banner.
The Portland group's inspirations include Of Montreal, Philip K. Dick, and of course, Gorgon, ruler of the third dimension.
The process was, at times, “excruciating.”
Close to fame, close to death, or just playing close to home, the songwriter’s saga ties local music together.
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.
Frontman Eric Earley shares the method behind his live shows.
From seeds to tumbleweeds, Portland's own Lonesome Billies delivers classic country with an edge. So what's with the Spice Girls comparison?
THE MORNING AFTER
See all the MFNW 2015 action you missed with our slideshow recap.
Portland band The Fourth Wall has a new album out on Friday, and we’ve got a sneak preview here for your streaming pleasure.
Fresh from their New York City debut, Portland's own contemporary music outfit Third Angle is bringing it home— to homes in Northeast Portland's Irvington neighborhood
Getting to know Dan Vidmar and his minimalist soul: ditch the freak folk and flannel, embrace your inner Luther Vandross.