She’s Speaking – LIVE celebrates women’s voices with eight songwriters November 7 at Alberta Rose Theatre.
The story goes like this…a local musician and a local video animation artist meet and collaborate on a video for a song about pie.
It just doesn’t get any better than that…
With new music and a new video on the horizon, we were thrilled to get the chance … Continue Reading
On our latest drop-in session, we got to know three members of the Minidoka Swing Band: band leader and clarinet/alto sax player Larry Nobori, vocalist Nola Sugai Bogle, and guitarist Doug Katagiri. Together – along with the rest … Continue Reading
“Our Voice, Our Story, Our Way” is the theme of a new festival in Portland, reflecting the current wave of cultural change in theater and film, the Pacific Northwest Multicultural Readers Series and Film Festival (PNMC).
According to its website, … Continue Reading
Members of the all-star Portland Cello Project Skip vonKuske and Diane Chaplin along with longtime collaborator Saeeda Wright joined Cyrus Nabipoor for our latest PRP Drop-In Session. It was good times all the way around….
PCP takes the cello places … Continue Reading
Ms.Elle spoke with Liv about her journey starting a music career in Portland as college student, touring with Prince, and excitement … Continue Reading
Asia talked with vocalist and guitar player Cameron Spies, as well as vocalists and synth players Grace Bugby … Continue Reading
A true film geek (his words, not ours), musician’s musician and all around cool dude, Collin Hegna took some time to chat with Subculture host Veronica Bisesti about new Federale music and his work with The Lot at Zidell Yards… Continue Reading
Courtney Taylor-Taylor and Zia McCabe of The Dandy Warhols remotely dropped by the PRP studio in between rehearsals, parental duties…and gardening. With two sold out shows at The Lot at Zidell Yards and their daily social media blasts, we sure … Continue Reading
On the latest Drop-In Session, trumpeter, composer and educator Noah Simpson sits down with fellow trumpeter Cyrus Nabipoor to discuss his musical upbringing, the American Refrain educational outreach program, and his plans for an upcoming EP.
Raised in Arizona and … Continue Reading
Subculture host Veronica Bisesti spoke with the guys from Sunday State as they prep for their first live show (since early 2020) in support of their newly released full length self-titled album. Not only did we get the scoop on … Continue Reading
LEAP is an arm of MusicPortland, the grassroots trade association and advocacy group working to make Portland a better place to work in music. The acronym stands for Leadership, Equity and Advocacy Project and the mission stands for inclusion … Continue Reading
Portland native, vocalist, songwriter and community activist Sarah Clarke let us into her world for our latest Drop-in Session interview…and we’re pretty sure we never want to leave!
We introduced our Video Sessions platform one year ago today and it’s been a crazy success! We’ve posted at least one video every week and been able to spotlight so many outstanding local musicians. We’re not done yet…so keep ’em … Continue Reading
We spent some time chatting with local electronic producer, singer and multi-instrumentalist Natasha Kmeto and we couldn’t be happier.
Natasha’s music is personal, intentional and truly alive. Her “less is more approach” draws the listener in while artfully showcasing her … Continue Reading
Veronica Bisesti has recently caught up with Portland-based musician and “rock and soul troubadour” Redray Frazier. They spoke about Redray’s musical background, creative process, as well as his recent projects, including the latest release of “Better Man”.
Frazier … Continue Reading
With a new EP and an upcoming radio show, Ms Elle is going places…and we here at Portland Radio Project can’t wait to ride along!
Portland Radio Project welcomed two members of the Portland band, Chasing Ebenezer, into the studio (remotely) to talk about their recently released album, Farewell, Innocence. They visited with Jamie Drakos on the NW Honky Tonk about life in lockdown, … Continue Reading