On this episode of Sounds of PDX I was joined by the Indie Folk band Those Willows. The group was kind enough to drop by the studio just a few days before taking off on tour. During the broadcast … Continue Reading
On a recent broadcast Jen Em and I welcomed Pete Bosack from Mothertapes to the program. Dynamic changes, sonic layers, and memorable melodies are just a few things you can expect to hear on the band’s self titled LP so … Continue Reading
Looking for new bands and artists to tickle your earbuds?
From Canada and Norway, respectively, here are a couple of talented musical acts you might love.
Twin sisters Romy and Sari Lightman, formerly of Ghost Bees, formed indie-folk / … Continue Reading
If, like me, you’re born into a musical family, it’s inevitable that an instrument or two ends up in your hands. And something about the junction between music and mastery, performance and play, teaches us to grow into better, more … Continue Reading
On this episode of the show Jen Em and I welcomed back recording artist Coco Columbia. The topic of this evening’s broadcast was MOGO Music Fest 2017. Just days before taking the stage at MOGO Music Fest with GLASYS
Looking for compelling new music to tickle your earbuds?
Portland’s bliss pop Souvenir Driver may be just the ticket.
Their moody, melodic sound – a great blend of shoe gaze, pop and rock – is easy to get hooked on.… Continue Reading
Looking for new music to tickle your earbuds? “Winter Games,” the latest offering from London-based alternative rockers Victory Kicks, just might fit the bill.
An unsigned band, it seems likely a record label or two could come knocking on their … Continue Reading
Having recently returned from their European tour, Fox and Bones joined us to share stories from the road and debut new songs from their upcoming record.
Recently we welcomed to the show, producer and owner operator of The Rye Room, Matt Greco. On this episode I focused our playlist on producers and music production. Matt brought in a handful of influences, previous production projects, and … Continue Reading
Recording artist Courtney Noe joins us on this episode of Sounds of PDX to talk about her creative process, thoughts on the Portland music scene, and her unique blending of music and fashion.
These days Portland isn’t known for its … Continue Reading
Recently on the show I was joined by local podcaster, musician, and music promoter, Dan Cable. He’s usually asking the questions so I was excited to be able to pick his brain about the PDX music scene, new local … Continue Reading
On this special episode of Sounds of PDX, recording artist Rob Daiker joined me to debut his brand-new album, Binary Affairs. Rob’s latest release is packed with memorable hooks, powerful lyrics, and a handful of phenomenal guest musicians.… Continue Reading
On this episode of Sounds of PDX we had special guest, The Secret Sea drop in to talk about songwriting and his new LP, Everest. We also had local singer/songwriter GLASYS join us for a stellar PDX Spotlight playlist … Continue Reading
Last week on the show we had special guests Kaiya On The Mountain stop in to talk about their debut EP, Talking Wild. The topic for our show was “Debut Records” so we got to hear a handful of great … Continue Reading
On this episode of the show we were joined by musician, producer, and recording engineer Gene Blank. I always appreciate it when guests drop by to share new music on the show and this week we had the honor of … Continue Reading
By | Jen Emerson
Last Thursday, Onion The Man dropped by to hand out on Sounds of PDX to talk about new music and their upcoming shows. The band has an infectious positivity to their outlook on connecting with a … Continue Reading
Budding American rockers The Wild Feathers return with “Lonely is a Lifetime,” their rousing and fruitful second album.
“Lonely” opens with snappy hit single “Overnight.” Its big guitar sound, catchy chorus and belted-out harmonies will hook you.
Rock-romp … Continue Reading