Author: Hannah Cantrell

Photography by Hannah Cantrell *Content Originally Posted on Respect Your Youngers* For Fans Of: A$AP Rocky, Chance the Rapper, Vince Staples On tour in support of his new album, The Divine Feminine, Mac Miller visited the Crystal Ballroom in Portland, OR on November 7th. The evening started off confusing to everyone. There was no mention of an opener, […]

Photography by Hannah Cantrell *Content Originally Posted on Respect Your Youngers* For Fans Of: Bassnectar, Adventure Club, Datsik Currently on their Northern Lights Tour, Zeds Dead made a stop at the Roseland Theater in Portland, OR on November 4th. The electronic duo from Toronto is touring to promote their new rad album Northern Lights. Accompanied by […]

Photography by Hannah Cantrell *Content originally published on Respect Your Youngers. For Fans of: Travis Scott, Rae Sremmurd, Lil Yachty or Young Thug Post Malone may be young, but he can rap with the best of them. Starting out his set at the Roseland Theater in Portland, OR with “Too Young” he made a toast, budweiser […]

Last year I was SO bummed to hear that I missed a RAC concert with only 10 dollar tickets! Fast-forward a year later and Portland transplant, RAC aka André Allen Anjos, is back and gracing the Crystal Ballroom with a killer show! RAC stands for Remix Artist Collective and is a solo electronic project from […]

       I remember the first time I heard Purity Ring. I was sixteen years old, and my little sister played one of their songs in the car for me. You would think bands your little sister shows you (she was fourteen at the time) would be awful, but luckily I have a sister […]

    Photo Credit: Vent’s Magazine   There is nothing more I stand behind than young people breaking molds to pursue their dreams. Brooklyn based rapper Joey Bada$$ is in an elite group of young rappers who came into the scene before turning 18. Now a modest 20 years of age Joey Bada$$ has a […]

Honestly I cannot say I am typically a fan of opening acts at concerts, because usually I am too anxious for the main act. However the opener for the Glass Animals’ show, Gilligan Moss, was an exception to this rule. These two newcomers to the music world handled themselves like professionals up on stage. They […]

  After I interviewed rapper Grieves, I feel like I had a better sense of whom he was going into the show. After three opening acts he finally came on around 10 p.m. on Tuesday May 19th, 2015. Literally right when he hit the stage and put his mouth up to the microphone, I knew […]

Back in the day when iTunes was the main source of music downloading, I would download the weekly free song from time to time. Almost eight years ago I found myself particularly intrigued by a catchy, upbeat song from a young British band. “Let’s Dance to Joy Division” by The Wombats is a song that […]

On May 19th, 2015 Seattle rapper Grieves will be performing at the Hawthorne Theatre. I was able to interview him before his show to talk about his rise as a Pacific NW rapper and his upcoming “Out of the Rain” tour. As you read in the interview, Grieves worked extremely hard to make it into the […]

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