Some songs I like that were released in the past couple months.


February 27, 2020

This week we’re celebrating black history month by exploring some of -the great music made by black Portlanders. You probably know that Albina has long been an important part of the national Jazz Scene; that before I-5 was routed through N Williams avenue and most of the clubs were bulldozed folks like Oscar Peterson, John Coltrane, Thelonius Monk, and Duke Ellington […]

We dress our intentions in sound and call it language. It conceals, makes-up, reveals, conveys, and fills-in. It hints and hones through open windows and telephones Sound leaves us like a stone slipped or thrown through the air to water landing at last among the jumble of similar but unique others carried in the ear’s […]

Don’t get lost [or do] as we check out shoegazers from around the Cascadia bio-region.


January 30, 2020

Songs through the hourglass: a mixtape of musical perspectives on time.

Songs for changing perspective by changing location.

Songs for considering multicultural evolution and musical identities

From partings to startings featuring music released in 2019

Holiday music for the unenthused

Music for scoping scarps

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