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Madison Cunningham plays songs from “Who Are You Now” at Oregon Zoo Amphitheatre in support of Amos Lee

On August 25th, California native Madison Cunningham played Portland, OR’s Oregon Zoo Amphitheatre. Cunningham opened for well-known singer-songwriter, Amos Lee. Continue Reading

Hippo Campus play songs from 2017’s “Landmark” Portland’s Crystal Ballroom (with Sure Sure)

On January 20th, indie rock band, Hippo Campus, played Portland, OR’s Crystal Ballroom. Hippo Campus was accompanied by alt rock band, Sure Sure. Hippo Campus played several tracks songs from their 2017 released album, “Landmark”, including “Way It Goes” and “Simple Season”. Hippo Campus’ upbeat guitar riffs mixed with the bandmates high energy had the whole crowd bouncing and grooving during their set. Continue Reading

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San Diego-based reggae band Hirie brings their “The Woman Comes First Tour” to Portland’s Analog Theater

Hirie is a reggae band based out of San Diego, CA. The band originally started by lead singer Trish who does an amazing job of merging reggae and pop together. This tour is particularly special because it is Hirie’s FIRST headlining tour! Continue Reading

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Singer-songwriter Korey Dane plays Portland’s Bunk Bar, alongside alt-rock band Gold Star

On November 11th, singer-songwriter, Korey Dane, played Portland, OR’s Bunk Bar. Korey Dane was accompanied by alt rock band, Gold Star. Korey Dane played several tracks songs from his newly released album, “Chamber Girls” including “Half Asleep” and “Hard Times”. Continue Reading

2 years ago

Alvvays and Jay Som chat with fans and perform crowd favorites at the Doug Fir Lounge in Portland

On October 27th, Canadian indie pop/rock band, Alvvays, played the Doug Fir Lounge in Portland, OR. Alvvays was accompanied by indie rock band, Jay Som. Alvvays kicked off their set with a few songs from their newly released album, “Antisocialites” including “In Undertow” and “Plimsoll Punks”. Continue Reading

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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

Charles Bradley, Ty Segall, Tank & The Bangas and more come together at the electric Pickathon Music Festival

Despite the unusual heatwave combined with a haze of smoke that traveled from British Columbia to Oregon, crowds nevertheless descended onto Pendavaris Farm in Happy Valley for the 19th-Annual Pickathon Music Festival. Pickathon is a different experience compared to most camping festivals. Continue Reading

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