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Wanna megapulverize every last brain cell in your meganoggin? Well I got a bloodbath of a show for you! Godzillian gurus Oxygen Destroyer spare no flesh with their metropolis mangling megagargantuanspeedeath rampages that no swat team can save you from. Every song is megasteeped in the lore of the Kaiju. Don’t know what that means? […]

Photo credit: Matthew Thomas Ross Follow Typhoon on Instagram // Visit Typhoon’s Website // Check out Typhoon on Bandcamp // Listen to Typhoon on Spotify Last Friday and Saturday night, Portland Indie favorites Typhoon took to the stage at Revolution Hall to round out a tour in support of their new EP Underground Complex No. […]

On Friday June 10th, longtime Portland Folk/Rock band The Builders and The Butchers celebrate the release of their album Hell & High Water at Polaris Hall.

In the first year of the pandemic I spent a lot of time listening to podcasts. Like, a LOT of time. I ran my Spotify Wrapped at the end of 2020 and on average I listened to roughly 8 hours of podcasts a day. It was my way of feeling productive during a time of […]

Macabre summed this upcoming drain clogger of a show best with the lyric; “Whats that smell? Something died? The landlord thought that it was coming from outside.” Mortuous, Fetid, and Witchvomit invade your nasal cavities like the stench of your rotting brain… from the inside out. Sticking your grubby fingers in your nose won’t help. […]

I Love Wednesday!!!! There’s so much to say about the Asheville based band Wednesday. Personally I haven’t shut up about them since I discovered their album Twin Plagues earlier this year. I’ll start here though, Wednesday is on their first US tour opening up for the band Beach Bunny. Last Saturday I had the pleasure […]

Wallows have kicked off the US leg of their world tour celebrating the release of their latest album, Tell Me That It’s Over. After their two first shows in Seattle and Vancouver, B.C, the band spent two sold-out nights in Portland at McMenamins’ Crystal Ballroom. Roaring cheers welcomed band members Dylan Minette (known for his […]

The Suicideboys duo Scrim and Ruby have amassed an extremely large following since the two joined forces back in 2014. This album, the second most recent, isn’t their most popular by far but contains the basis of what makes a SuicideBoys album a SuicideBoys album.  Much like the other albums the music it contains is […]

Being a shorter album released in 2019, there was a little less to go on but it still gave me a good idea of what The Cabin Fever was about. The music is on the calmer side and falls into the more alternative rock side of things. The album starts off fairly slow letting the […]

Released in 2004, Zulu provided a sound I hadn’t experienced before. The combination of thrashing / hardcore music and the quick rants throughout the songs create a hostile yet humerous environment.  This sound is definitely early 2000’s and all members of the group are veterans to this crowd of music. As interesting as the music […]


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