Angel Olsen released Burn Your Fire for No Witness on February 18th to high regard. A somewhat boozy, melancholy entry, some of the first images and associations I felt were …
There’s always a curiosity surrounding music made in the Pacific Northwest, especially in Portland. What influences these bands? What’s their motivation? Who is their audience? As a writer and musician …
…what she writes more often than not is not some abstraction of an idea but of an account of her life, mind, and heart. She pens songs in B negative from an ink well of intimate admission.
Blessed Feathers may live out of a tent, but Order of The Arrow has a solid place in my heart.
Do you like apples? Well, that’s too bad. We’re talkin’ donuts and cookies, muthaf@#$kaaaaaa!
Warning: This is a wildly heartfelt entry from Lynx, but worth more than a cursory listen.
Quasi has earned every stripe, and Mole City is a celebration of independence in remarkable creativity.
Waterdrawn is the album you could swear you’ve been listening to forever.
Okta Logue channels a bygone musical past for a modern audience on Tales for Transit City.
Consult your doctor before starting an In Blue LP regimen available over the counter September 30th.
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