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Cut of the Day: "Inevitable," Natasha Kmeto

TV On the Radio's Dave Sitek will release the Portland singer-producer's upcoming album on his new label.

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For Natasha Kmeto, everything seems inevitable. It's inevitable that she'd record a new single giving her fiery soprano full space to stretch. It's inevitable that her skills would eventually raise her national profile, leading her to sign with  Federal Prism, a new, hotly-tipped imprint ...   More
 
Friday, June 13, 2014 by MITCH LILLIE

Beats Per Week

Portland's Best Dance Music Options, June 12-18

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In this column, WW music calendar editor and contributing writer Mitch Lillie helps the discerning club-goer put together their weekly calendar by compiling Portland's best dance-music options for the next seven days. Turn up, tune in, drop the bass.
Portland is finally starting to heat up, so on Thursday night check out    More
 
Thursday, June 12, 2014 by MITCH LILLIE

Beats Per Week: The Doshy Interview

Portland's Best Dance Music Options, June 5-11

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Doshy is a man out of place, bringing west coast bass thunder from Berlin, China and Berlin again. We emailed him to ask about his geolocation and future plans, and he turned out to be far more excited than anticipated. He makes his Portland debut on Friday at Rotture. 
Willamette Week: Thanks for agreeing to this interview. Po...   More
 
Thursday, June 5, 2014 by MITCH LILLIE

Beats Per Week

Portland's Best Dance Music Options, 5/29-6/4

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In this column, WW music calendar editor and contributing writer Mitch Lillie helps the discerning club-goer put together their weekly calendar by compiling Portland's best dance-music options for the next seven days. Turn up, tune in, drop the bass. 
On Friday at Tonic Lounge, Club Tropicana gent...   More
 
Thursday, May 29, 2014 by MITCH LILLIE

Beats Per Week

Portland's Best Dance Music Options, May 22-28

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In this column, WW music calendar and contributing writer Mitch Lillie helps the discerning club-goer put together their weekly calendar by compiling Portland's best dance-music options for the next seven days. Turn up, tune in, drop the bass. — An all-local lineup of bass, heaviness and visuals is what the Sublimate crew is all about. Check out    More
 
Thursday, May 22, 2014 by MITCH LILLIE

What the Festival Lineup: The Good, the Bad and the WTF?!

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The full announcement of the What the Festival lineup dropped today, and while we’re generally excited about it, in reading over the final poster, there were also moments bad and just plain, well, WTF. Here’s our breakdown.
The good:...   More
 
Thursday, May 15, 2014 by MITCH LILLIE

Beats Per Week

Portland's Best Dance Music Options, May 15-21

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In this column, WW music calendar editor and contributing writer Mitch Lillie helps the discerning club-goer put together their weekly calendar by compiling Portland's best dance-music options for the next seven days. Turn up, tune in, drop the bass.
On Thursday, Chemtrail sets up shop at Holocene with   More
 
Thursday, May 15, 2014 by MITCH LILLIE

Introducing...: SPF666


Music Stories
Who: Zak DesFleurs. Sounds like: Bobby Digital—the Jamaican dancehall producer, not RZA’s alter ego—forging reggaeton riddims amid an occultist’s dimly lit reptile collection. For fans o   More
 
Wednesday, May 14, 2014 MITCH LILLIE

Beats Per Week

Portland's Best Dance Music Options, 5/8-14

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In this column, WW music calendar editor and contributing writer Mitch Lillie helps the discerning club-goer put together their weekly calendar by compiling Portland's best dance-music options for the next seven days. Turn up, tune in, drop the bass. 
Normally book readings just aren’t quite turnt up enough for Beats Per Week, but for an analysis of one of the best electronic albu...   More
 
Thursday, May 8, 2014 by MITCH LILLIE

Bubblin’ Up

Ben Fuller and Lincoln Heath celebrate four years of reshaping Portland’s dance culture.


Music Stories
Somewhere in Portland, there’s an aggressive Old Town bro unaware he helped bring together two of the most influential electronic music promoters in the city. It was 2009, at a show at the Crown   More
 
Wednesday, May 7, 2014 MITCH LILLIE
 

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