If you’ve been paying attention at all this legislative session, you may have noticed that both the Oregon House and Senate passed a bill allowing Oregonians to obtain a driver’s license without showing proof of immigration status. The bill is … Continue Reading
PORTLAND, OR – PDX Pop Now! has launched its Fundraiser Drive in order to support the 16th annual music festival this July.
The Fundraiser Drive is running now through March 15, before leading up to the Compilation Release Party on … Continue Reading
Portland singer-songwriter JM Long lit up the PRP Talk Board in his recent Drop-in session here at PRP. He’s recently released some new music he describes as “a unique indie-pop cocktail in the vain of Glass Animals, the XX and … Continue Reading
A few months before putting out their Heartbeat EP, My Brothers And I stopped by the show to chat about the new album and preview music off of the upcoming release. During the broadcast I spoke with the band … Continue Reading
The day before releasing her “I Am Because I AM” EP, Kingsley dropped by the studio to talk to us about the new project. During the broadcast she gave us an inside look behind the making of the … Continue Reading
Get Up PDX! kicked off the last month of Summer 2018 with an upbeat mix of folk music and bluegrass covers of pop songs, Wednesday, Aug. 22.
Portland‘s annual Record Store Crawl is less than a week away, and PRP’s got tickets to the SOLD OUT event!
That’s right – we’ve rounded up three pairs of tickets to this week’s record store crawl, slated to hit … Continue Reading
In today’s DIY indie music scene artists are finding themselves taking over more of their own business responsibilities than ever. Between writing, recording, releasing content, and planning gigs, musicians often don’t have the bandwidth or know how to execute an … Continue Reading
Marches. Protests. Boycotts. Walkouts.
Things being what they are today, it seems like a good time to seek inspiration with a look at the influence of music and musicians in the political landscape.
So…who’s music is making a difference?
Here … Continue Reading
About a month after releasing Willow Baby, Tara Velarde joined me to talk about her creative process, new single, and played a few live songs for our listeners. In the first hour of the show we listened to Tara’s … Continue Reading
Before heading out on their 2017 European tour, Mordecai‘s Kate Kilbourne dropped by the show to talk to me about the band’s creative process, influences, and their recently released “It’s Never Enough” LP. Some of the influences … Continue Reading
It’s going to get ghoulish this weekend with plenty of pre-Halloween fun! These are but a few ideas so check around and let us know what we might have missed:
Friday, October 27, 9 pm-midnight
It’s Freaky Friday … Continue Reading
Portland’s new socially minded business organization, Business for a Better Portland (BBPDX) combines business advocacy with technology to press for grassroots social change.
In it’s monthly Call-to-Action BBPDX features an appeal by Cloudability CEO Mat Ellis for Portland business leaders … Continue Reading
Northwest Children’s Theater and School aims to educate, entertain and enrich the lives of their young audiences. Home to one of the largest theater schools on the west coast, NWCT produces five main stage performances every year.
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
Over 35% of adults over 40 in the U.S. suffer experience vestibular dysfunction during their lives, going on to later develop chronic vestibular disorders. These disorders develop when the inner ear and brain that process sensory information are damaged. Vestibular … Continue Reading
Portland indie-folk troubadours Ages and Ages stopped by the PRP studios Friday for a surprise mid-afternoon acoustic live session, and rocked the place with their by-this-point-unmistakable interlaced harmonies and infectious living-room sound.
Ages — who broke out with a first … Continue Reading