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Oh, my Darlingside

It's a good time for string bands. Or maybe just a good time for people who dig a variety of stringed instruments being played without a whole lot of amplification or effects gumming up the works.
A new twist on old time
By SAM PFEIFLE  |  July 13, 2012

Bass Box | Mother Box

The debut full-length from Bass Box is worth a listen if only for its originality. I can't remember an album that explores as much of the contemporary musical canon — rock, pop, folk, jazz, R&B, gypsy, tango — all without use of the drums.
Local vocals
By SAM PFEIFLE  |  January 21, 2011

Upcoming albums: The winter of our deep content

There was a time when winter in Portland was pretty sleepy, with bands holing up to practice and write while the snowflakes flew. No longer. The album-release schedule is now equally robust year-round, and there are big shows just about every weekend th
The winter of our deep content
By SAM PFEIFLE  |  December 31, 2010

Eternal Otter Records releases a slew of singles

On July 10 ETERNAL OTTER RECORDS will be releasing its next slew of vinyl singles with a cool gig both in the Narrow Gauge museum and on the train itself.

Clash of the Titans at Empire; Jacob Augustine and the Mallett Brothers at Port City

In weekly TGITuesday updates: Clash of the Titans offers great balls of maniacal frontmen, as Church Berry and Jerry Lee Lewis get the tribute treatment...
By webteam  |  February 24, 2010