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On tour for her debut album (Beyond the Bloodhounds), Adia Victoria stopped by Portland’s Mississippi Studios on February 27, 2017 to perform songs from her album, and some French Pop songs off a soon to be released EP. Here is KPSU’s review of the show. Adia Victoria is a blues singer/songwriter from Nashville that writes about […]

Lo Moon and MUNA brought an emotional, powerful, fun, intimate, and incredible experience to a sold out crowd at Portland’s Doug Fir Lounge on February 11, 2017. Here is KPSU’s review of the show. Lo Moon With only the debut single “Loveless” released, Lo Moon is a relatively mysterious band to much of the audience […]

Luke Spiller, The Struts Vocalist at Portland’s Hawthorne Theatre || pc: Joe Hernandez The Struts || FFO: The Strokes, The Kooks, The Shelters, Night Riots To those that think rock is dead, you couldn’t be more wrong. The Struts are a new age of the British Rock bands we have seen come to The States, and they’re making […]

On October 13, Grouplove performed to a sold out show at Portland’s Roseland Theater with support from MUNA and Dilly Dally. If you weren’t able to get tickets, you missed one of the best shows I have been to this year. Grouplove will be back at Portland’s Crystal Ballroom with support from Wild Ones for 94.7’s […]

Wow… Kaytranada is probably one of the most pronounced and unique beat makers of our time. Starting off the album with Track Uno, you know just from the first song that this album has a lot of different vibes in it. With this almost electro soul dance music, the genre R&B can not be the […]

Against the Current’s Debut Album In Our Bones is out now As of Friday May 20, an album I was very excited for was released. Against the Current has finally released their debut album In Our Bones, and here’s my quick-no BS-review: This album is f*cking incredible and I give it a 5/5. I don’t think Against The Current’s […]

Years & Years is a synthpop trio from London, debuting their album Communion in 2015, and performing at Portland’s Roseland Theater on Thursday, April 28, 2016 at 8pm. This is an all ages show, tickets are $17.50, and you can buy them here.  Trust me, you’ll want to. This group is something special. The band consists of […]

Show Review + Interview with HOLYCHILD On October 21st, the Wonder Ballroom hosted an unintentional all night dance party with a bill consisting of Danish electropop artist, MØ, and Los Angeles based brat pop duo, HOLYCHILD. On that Tuesday night, doors opened at 7:30pm and an hour later, HOLYCHILD’s Liz Nistico appeared on stage in a floral […]


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