Cedar Teeth embodies Northwest roots rock.
The Slants’ 8-year battle for the trademark for their name ended June 19th when the Supreme Court ruled in their favor.
The musician Paul D. Miller, better known as DJ Spooky, is premiering a new hybrid work called the “Heart of a Forest” based on his residency at the H.J. Andrews experimental forest in the western Cascade Mountains.
Loch Lomond consists of lead singer-songwriter Ritchie Young and many band members and instruments.
The Domestics would call themselves “a working-class band,” in the same way that domestic beer is working-class beer.
From Johnny Cash to Sufjan Stevens, many songwriters have been inspired by the state of Oregon.
Jason Graham created his stage name, MOsley WOtta (a.k.a., MO WO), from the idea that every human is made mostly of water.
WL is a Portland dream-pop trio, creating improvisational music that pairs well with visual art components.
Brothers Erik and Scott Wurgler never thought about being in a band together until they heard their youngest brother, David, sing in a high school concert.
Portland’s bringing in some quality acts this month and these are the ones that can’t be missed.