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
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
Last week on the show I got to hang out with the Portland based electronic synth pop duo, Cloudlines. We spent the evening playing their influences and talking to them about their creative process. Some of the band’s influences … Continue Reading
Enjoy an inspiring message of hope when Portland’5 Centers for the Arts brings remarkable deaf singer-songwriter Mandy Harvey to the Newmark Theatre March 4. “Though her hearing loss is profound, her timing, pitch and passion are perfect,” according to press … Continue Reading
Recently William Fitzsimmons was in Portland to play a show at The Old Church concert hall in downtown. Just hours before the concert William dropped by the station to talk about his current tour, latest LP, and play a few … Continue Reading
Last week I had the opportunity to speak with one of my favorite singer-songwriters, William Fitzsimmons. He is currently on tour supporting his latest LP, Mission Bell which is a heartfelt and sonically brilliant record. This Wednesday night William … 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
Justin Gibson returns to PRP to talk about his single The Long Goodbye, upcoming music releases, and life after Pseudoboss.
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Portland’s own Metts, Ryan and Collins stopped by the Portland Radio Project studio for another fabulous local artist drop-in session – and we couldn’t have been more grateful.
Geoff Metts, Dain Ryan and Mike Collins, all fixtures in the Portland … 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
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
A few years back I was listening to mostly Brit Rock bands for their trademark ambient and anthemic sound. This is why I was so pleased to discover Holidae House, a PDX group that echoed all these same qualities. … Continue Reading
Salvatore’s music is a genuine singer-songwriter approach to Blues and … 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.
Last summer I went to a Women Crush Music showcase at The Jade Lounge where I was struck by the originality and authenticity of one of Portland’s newest artists, Kingsley. On the heals of releasing her single Ghost, … Continue Reading
Every Friday from 10 am to noon, PRP’s Jen Emerson (“Fresh Spins with Jen Em“) delights listeners with indie music from all over the globe. Emerson also occasionally hosts interviews with amazing local, national & international … Continue Reading
The band, Butter was recently on the show to talk about their debut EP and share some never before heard tracks with our listeners. During the show the band talked about the formation of the project and the eclectic influences … Continue Reading