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
Barra has been continuously creating and recording in Portland for about 10 years now. His solo work, as well … 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”.
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Nabipoor, who grew up … Continue Reading
At Portland Radio Project, we’ve had hundreds of Drop-In-Sessions with musicians performing live in-studio mini-concerts – and folks love them!
But now, with social distancing and stay-home mandates, we’re offering something brand new: a special platform for musicians’ videos: Video … Continue Reading
The wonderful, warm and talented founders of the Portland-based band Starover Blue stopped in to play us some tunes and talk about their upcoming show during a Drop-In Session at the studio this week. Partnered duo Kendall Sallay-Milotz (vocals and … Continue Reading
Portland artists Korgy & Bass, as well as their friend and collaborator Cyrus Nabipoor stopped by PRP studio to chat with Jenna D and Asia Wagner about their new album Remote and the upcoming show at the Mississippi Studios.… Continue Reading
Portland artist Jame talks about his work and upcoming concerts during this recording of his recent June 7, 2019 Drop-In Session with Portland Radio Project DJ, Jen Em.
Sharing wonderful ideas about supporting the LGBTQ+ community both consciously and … Continue Reading
Holiday Breath Records founder Ezekiel Rudick joined PRP host Veronica Bisesti on Subculture this week to talk all things Bummer Pop Fest 2019 – a festival that embraces those moments when you just need a good cry.
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Nothing stops Louis Pain in debuting to the world jazz organ instrumentals at their finest. Not even a major heart attack! Just a mere 12 days after suffering a massive heart attack, Louis, and his beautiful wife Tracy, joined Veronica … Continue Reading
We here at Portland Radio Project take a lot of pride in making sure our listeners always know about the latest and greatest happenings in the local music scene. Thankfully we had the opportunity to introduce to you local band … Continue Reading
We love to spotlight local artists on Portland Radio Project…it’s what we do! And to have the opportunity to feature local alternative rockers The Shrike…well…what an honor!
In the midst of their latest tour, members of The Shrike stopped … Continue Reading
It was an honor and a pleasure to welcome Brian Hall of TENTS into the Portland Radio Project studio last week. Brian dropped in on Subculture and introduced our listeners to a couple of tunes from the bands debut LP … Continue Reading
Their pop meets indie rock esthetic makes the Hugs … Continue Reading
Chase Atlantic stopped by the Portland Radio Project studio and did what they do best…won our hearts with their soulful sound and gracious charm.
Jamie Drake played three exclusive tracks on her recent Drop-In Session appearance on Portland Radio Project! Check it out at the bottom of this article for her interview with Jen Emerson, and live performances of To My Love, Everything’s Fine, … Continue Reading
Cardioid is the musical project of singer, songwriter, guitarist, keys player, chef and human, Lizzy Ellison. She spent a generous hour and a half with me at the Portland Radio Project studios to talk about her new home in L.A., … Continue Reading
Don’t let the polo shirts fool you….these guys fought for eight years to trademark … Continue Reading