Indie folk-rocker’s Lord Huron delivered a stellar show Friday night at McMenamins Edgefield.
The band is touring to promote their album “Long Lost,” released just this year. They performed a setlist of old and new tracks that proved impressive for … Continue Reading
Montreal’s Half Moon Run enthralled fans with their exquisite indie rock Friday at Portland’s Wonder Ballroom. The fiercely talented foursome were here to promote their new “A Blemish in the Great Light“ release, and to kick off a winter tour.… 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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There’s something about this town that absolutely loves the strange and unique things in life. “Keep Portland Weird” has become somewhat of a mantra that Portlanders hold dear to their hearts. While Hozier doesn’t exactly fit the bill as weird … Continue Reading
Great Time likes good music, and their most recent album Great Time isn’t just hyperbole according to Kris von Kay. Dig into Kris’s review as he introduces us to a multilayered and fascinating band.
Ben Schneid’s fingers hit the keys as the sun set outside of Lola’s Room Thursday night May 24. He began one of the band’s slower ballads as a few stray NBA fans straggled up from the bar TV towards the … Continue Reading
Mt. Joy, an up-and-coming Philadelphia-based alternative group, appeared on Discover Weekly playlists last year and again a few months ago with the release of their first full-length album. The record could be the best of 2018, but there’s plenty … Continue Reading
You wouldn’t even know it was pouring rain outside with the way Kate Nash performed Saturday night at Hawthorne Theater. Her brand new album Yesterday Was Today is her most ambitious, rambunctious, and fearless album to date and she shows … Continue Reading
It’s been too long since UK band Shopping released an album and toured the U.S. but their newest album, The Official Body, was well worth the wait. Their upbeat, post-punk style is something to be rivaled as they create … Continue Reading
The savages Queens of the Stone Age brought fury and ferocity to the Moda Center in Portland Friday night. Touring off of their excellent new record, Villians, the hard-rockers proved that their live performances still bring the intensity of … Continue Reading
The Analog Theater’s warm second floor felt nice on a frigid evening last Friday, December 15. Immediately after walking in, I realized that I was a minority in that I’d already received my high school diploma. The crowd was … Continue Reading
The Doug Fir Lounge was packed to the brim Saturday night December 2, as fans gathered to hear Cedar Teeth kick off a show a sold out show. The band hails from the small town of Colton, Oregon, just 40 … Continue Reading
Portland welcomed back Ben Ottewell Tuesday night for a concert that felt more like an intimate house show than the venue that is Doug Fir Lounge. It was the second to last night of his month long coast-to-coast tour … Continue Reading
American Indie Folk-rocker’s Fleet Foxes played a sold-out McMenamin’s Edgefield Saturday, where not even copious forest fire smoke kept fans away.
Fans were rewarded with a seamless show, as the band effortlessly delivered tracks from a setlist evenly split between … Continue Reading
By Sharon Greenfield
The first day of Northwest Music Festival presenting Project Pabst was a true blast off. It started with local hiphop hero Last Artful, Dodgr and then moved into the poppunk of White Reaper, the deep rock lineage … Continue Reading
The dim, red lighting gave Dante’s an exceptionally devilish atmosphere and made for one hell of a party last Friday night, August 18. The Jackalope Saints took stage, and Sharon Cannon’s fiddle whined the first notes. Spotify just added the … Continue Reading
The intimate Doug Fir Lounge hosted Portland-based The Weather Machine on Saturday, August 12. The band’s singer, Slater Smith, had just returned from the Oregon coast. There, he wrote most of the bands to-be album. The album is a tribute … Continue Reading
Horning’s Hideout welcomed their annual travelers for the 16th annual Northwest String Summit last weekend, July 13th-16th. Bluegrass faithful from across the country met to hear some of today’s most talented string instrumentalists.
The Summit’s … Continue Reading
Canadian indie band Land of Talk performed at the Doug Fir Lounge on Wednesday, June 28. PRP’s own Don Scheidt recounts the exciting event below:
“It’s been an uphill battle for Land of Talk’s Elizabeth Powell, including the loss … Continue Reading