Blog

Page: 2

We are having the pleasure of Glitterfox coming over to play an in-studio performance for us on Monday, March 9th. They will be live on air from 8-9pm, playing us some of their finest tunes and having a little chat about their music and life. Please tune in to listen to this special hour here […]

Creative through and through – Saint Motel put on much more than a pop show: they created a theatrical performance and cinematic experience that doesn’t compare to any other concert I have ever seen. LED displays projected sequences of film on stage, enhancing the visual experience of the night. An audio commentary announced the different […]

FFO: Cults, Alvvays, Wavves, Dum Dum Girls On Monday evening that most Californian of California bands, Best Coast, delivered what singer and guitarist Bethany Cosentino revealed was the band’s first Portland show in five years to a delighted Wonder Ballroom in support of their new album Always Tomorrow.             To open proceedings Philadelphia band Mannequin […]

00

March 2, 2020

I went to see Reek Minds along with Over, Fatal State, and Divers on the 29th, but thanks to anxiety and homework I only stayed to see Reek Minds. They put on the most chaotic ten minutes you could imagine. Maddy, the bass player, broke a string during the first song. While they waited for […]

FFO: Young the Giant, Fitz and the Tantrums, Neon Trees The first Spring days are hitting the city and hibernation season is over soon. Now, how do we get our sleepy limbs moving again? Well, I couldn’t think of a better way than by grooving with Saint Motel at Roseland Theater! The band embodies good […]

“We’re the lonely generation!” – a line Echosmith were shouting enthusiastically at their fans, as they celebrated their new album Lonely Generation at Hawthorne Theatre in Portland as part of their current US tour. Despite some of their lyrics being quite critical observations of life, they seemed to be having a good time in a […]

On Monday evening, Andy Shauf presented his new album, The Neon Skyline, accompanied on tour by Molly Sarlé . Originally from Saskatchewan, Canada, Shauf has been releasing music for 10 years both independently and with Foxwarren, utilizing his astounding voice and irreplaceable lyricism in the indie rock band. Throughout each album, Shauf glides through a […]

Echosmith – that name probably rings a bell!? Probably because you heard a couple of their tracks before, as it was nearly impossible to get by the alternative pop band’s hits “Cool Kids” and “Future Me” some 7 years ago. Good news: Echosmith are back on tour with their sophomore album Lonely Generation in their […]

I have seen many concerts of all kinds of genres, but I believe it is fair to say that Saturday had been my first ever rock show. Frankly, it took me a while but at least I am certain it will not be my last one because The Amazons and Dirty Honey were putting on […]

From face-to-face interviews I got to hold for KPSU over the last months, I have learned that Australian artists can be very inviting and open. After interviewing Ziggy Alberts in September, The Jungle Giants had already been the second group from Australia who invited me on their tourbus to record an interview. Talking to them […]