Listen to the Harm EP here Excerpt from the press release: Acclaimed songwriter Catherine Feeny met jazz drummer Chris Johnedis after recording her rebellious fourth solo album. She had just come back from the Occupy Wall Street protests in New York, and he was returning from 2 years of working and studying in Thailand. The two hit it […]
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We love passion. We write about it, take pictures of it, pursue it, admire it, eat, drink, and breathe it. I assure you, I’m not here writing this for my health and financial security. In that vein of finding, showcasing, and celebrating the passionate and the unique, we love the combination of a wonderful single […]
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“Those people who sit at home with their radios and attempt to reach out to the universe is something so beautiful to me.” -Greta Morgan
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In a packed house at the Doug Fir on Burnside, Polica performs the first of two shows. If you weren’t there last night, catch them tonight, Oct. 22, for their last show in town. If you need extra convincing, check out some music after the jump.
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Portland’s Greylag are a trio of your average locals…none of them are from here. Andrew Stonestreet (lead vocals) came from West Virginia, Daniel Dixon (lead guitar) came from NorCal, and Brady Swan (drums) came from Texas. Andrew and Daniel started a band and then found a drummer, Brady; a pretty standard Portland band story. The […]
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Been working hard on the next issue of the magazine (set for release this month!) and I felt like digging through the catalog of recent and past music-related chit chats. We’ve had the fortune to speak with and meet some of Portland’s finest musical talents, and so here’s a little mix of a couple tracks […]
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With his release of his first label-backed album in his discography, Dogs in the Daylight, hammer swinger Jeffrey Martin taps into a timeless and aching sound. It could easily have been recorded with a pop and a hiss in the one-take era of quintessential blues and songwriting with the likes of Son House and Mississippi […]
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