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Hannah Cantrell
Hannah Cantrell
Hannah Cantrell is a photographer based in Portland, Oregon. More of her portrait and live music photography can be found at hcantrell.com.


Nick Murphy, FKA Chet Faker, plays a dreamy show in Portland at the Crystal Ballroom

It’s been three years since Nick Murphy visited Portland, and a lot has changed since he last came. Within this time period, he changed his stage name from Chet Faker to his actual name Nick Murphy. This came about as he wanted to change his music process and be able to claim his identity as a musician with his real name. Even though he changed his name, it certainly hasn’t hindered his talent or fan base. Continue Reading

2 years ago

The Weeknd arrives in Portland for a upbeat show (with Lil Panda, Nav, and Gucci Mane)

Last weekend, everyone’s favorite starboy arrived in Portland for his Starboy World Tour. The Weeknd aka Abel Tesfaye has undoubtedly become a pop-culture force in the past few years, and I was stoked to finally see him in Portland. Continue Reading

2 years ago

Iggy Pop, Father John Misty, Beck, Nas, Lizzo, FIDLAR and more come together for a summer weekend at Portland’s Project Pabst

It’s hard to argue there’s any better way to end summer than by attending a music festival. Making its return to Portland, Project Pabst brought a diverse line-up to the late August festival. After combining with the former Musicfest NW festival last year, Project Pabst focused on bringing bands for a 21+ crowd, while also providing great local food and entertainment. Situated right on the waterfront, the festival is in a prime location next to the heart of the city. Continue Reading

2 years ago

Two Door Cinema Club make a stop in Portland between Coachella sets for highly anticipated Roseland Theater show

Two Door Cinema Club is a band I have been listening to since they released their debut album Tourist History seven years ago. However, I’ve never had the chance to see them live, not to mention they haven’t played in Portland for years. Fresh off their Coachella performance during weekend one, they returned to Portland on April 17th for a highly anticipated show at the Roseland Theater. Right when I walked in I noticed how decked out all of the fans were in the band’s merch, which is always cool to see at a show. Not to mention it was a sold out show, so the venue was packed! Continue Reading

3 years ago

Interview: Mr. Little Jeans on touring, Arcade Fire and the Pacific Northwest

Norwegian songstress Monica Birkenes, better known by her stagename Mr. Little Jeans is currently in the middle of her “Fevers” tour, which included a stop at the Wonder Ballroom in Portland, OR. Before the show, Monica chatted with us about the inspiration behind her latest release, her love for Portland, and how she feels about returning to her home country of Norway to play for the first time early next year. Continue Reading

3 years ago

Mac Miller draws big crowds to Portland’s Crystal Ballroom in support of The Divine Feminine

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. Continue Reading

3 years ago

Zeds Dead and Big Wild bring electronic music lovers paradise to Portland’s Roseland Theater

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 currently on tour to promote their new rad album Northern Lights. Accompanied by openers Blout and Big Wild, the night was set up to be an electronic music lovers paradise. Continue Reading

3 years ago

21-year-old Post Malone hold’s his own at set at Portland’s Roseland Theater

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 in hand, to some of the rap legends that were gone too young. Continue Reading

3 years ago

Grooving and Dancing, On-Stage and Off, As GRiZ Plays Portland’s Roseland Theater

One of the first stops on his North American tour, GRiZ brought funky vibes and ample dancing to the Roseland Theater in Portland. Continue Reading

3 years ago

After Time Off The Road, Phantogram Return With Classic, Trippy Tracks And New Sounds

The night before Phantogram released their newest album, they serenaded us with their dreamy electronic pop at the Crystal Ballroom in Portland. The duo from New York, are currently touring the country (and world) in support of their third studio album, ironically enough named Three. Continue Reading

3 years ago
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