With relief we leave the commercialism of Black Friday and Cyber Monday behind, and consider making a gift to organizations that change lives and bring us closer to community. But, what cause to support? With desperation all around, from families … Continue Reading
Portland is making international news again – this time for our abundance of music festivals – and we’re happy to report the Rolling Stone France article, October edition, gave PRP a mention.
In town for Pickathon, the pride and joy … Continue Reading
We got to experience her music live at Wanderfest this year. Now we are sharing the joy with you! Kassi Valazza dropped by Jamie’s NW Honky Tonk to share some stories and tunes off her new album, “Dear Dead Days.” … Continue Reading
Showcasing the work of local and student artists, “Artist Perspectives” is the new Pacific Northwest College of Art student-run podcast on Portland Radio Project. We discuss content, process, influences, and intention within the artist’s body of work as well as
“Fresh Vibe,” PRP’s new daytime programming, rolled out last fall, bringing listeners the latest in local and global indie music. With strong foundation from Jen Em, the host of “Fresh Spins with Jen Em,” our team set out to … 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
It was such fun to have singer-songwriter, Hayley Lynn on Sounds of PDX. We talked about Hayley’s musical influences – and working with Portland producer, Kyle Devine. Kyle and Hayley recently released a 12 track LP called Bring … Continue Reading
About a month after releasing his latest LP, Jacob Westfall joined me on the program. During the show we listened to some of Jacob’s biggest influences including John Mayer, Bon Iver, Brandi Carlile and more. Our listeners got to hear … 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
On the heals of releasing his new single Retrograde Now, recording artist LEO ISLO joined me on the show. During the broadcast LEO ISLO shared some of his influences including SG Lewis, Toro y Moi, Jai Paul, and more. … 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
A month before the release of their Train LP, Green Mountain Guild stopped by the station to talk about the new album and their plans for 2019. The band was kind enough to give our listeners an early listen to … 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
Tuesday night on Sounds of PDX, Sarah Wild dropped by to talk about the release of her latest EP, Underworld. During the show our listeners were treated to the radio debut of Underworld and the stories behind making … 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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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