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Pacific Patterns is a local Portland artists that produces a mix of sounds. Christopher Peterson is the man behind the name. Last time he came on KPSU it was on Learning to Grow with DJ Mkulima. This episode, he coined the phrase, “I rip up sound like a Christmas present” as we dove deep into […]

Photo by Jeff Schock Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness FFO: Colony House, Bleachers, Night Riots, Young Rising Sons “Are you ready to dance Portland?!” Andrew McMahon asked the crowd before covering one of his own songs, “Dark Blue” by Jack’s Mannequin. He had interrupted his set prior to that, instructing the crowd to leave all their issues, […]

Through the month of May, FOXTRAX will be on tour in support of Barns Courtney and stopped by Portland’s Star Theater on May 6, 2017. Check out our interview before their show here: FOXTRAX is a band that didn’t even introduce themselves to the crowd they were playing for, until they had a few songs left. Near […]

VÉRITÉ // FFO: LANY, XYLØ, Transviolet, Oh Wonder After the release of her sophomore album The Valley, Betty Who set out on tour and brought on VÉRITÉ as her opener. On April 28 they both brought an incredible show to Portland’s Wonder Ballroom. After releasing three EPs (2014’s Echo, 2015’s Sentiment, and 2016’s Living) VÉRITÉ will be releasing her debut album […]

via Radiohead on Instagram   RIYL: Beck, Pixies, Portishead, LCD Soundsystem Radiohead’s return to Portland for the first time in twenty years was everything I hoped it would be. Since they haven’t been here in my lifetime, I was not the only one putting a lot of weight on this show. They delivered, as usual. […]

Twin Peaks played twice in the same day on April 12, 2017 for the Doug Fir Lounge; once earlier in the day for an all ages show, and again late in the evening for a 21 and over crowd. But you couldn’t even tell. The band was loud, energetic, fun, and the happiest to be […]

Lovely Little Lonely – The Maine Released April 7, 2017 – 8123 Make America Emo Again. Since coming off touring for their fifth studio album, 2015’s American Candy, and in preparation for 2016’s Van’s Warped Tour, that has been The Maine’s slogan. That is what The Maine has set out to accomplish with Lovely Little Lonely and that is what […]

In advance of their sixth studio album (Lovely, Little, Lonely out April 7, 2017 on 8123), The Maine set out on the “Lovely, Little, Lonely World Tour” and the band stopped by Portland’s Wonder Ballroom on April 4, days before the release of the album. Out of all the tours, albums, and eras, these guys have […]

Off the release of their sophomore album, Only the Lonely, Colony House is on a headlining tour in support of the album. Not knowing what to expect, I was left breathless after their show at Portland’s Doug Fir Lounge. The Doug Fir Lounge is one of my favorite venues in Portland. The concert venue is located […]

Unreleased material taken off The 7 Day Theory presented in its original quality. Check out this link for the Shower Hour Twitter page for up to date posts on new programming and content. Tweets by nikotreecko   In this review I generally compare the released and unreleased versions of The 7 Day Theory, formerly called The […]


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