U.S. immigration laws wouldn’t let Tim Hoyt and Franc Castillejos make an album together. So they headed for the hills.
Mountain Sounds’ Tim Hoyt has a bone to pick with the U.S.
Department of Homeland Security. “As an American citizen, all the
immigration laws have done are slow me down personally and try to s
Movie Reviews & Stories
It’s one thing to hear the facts: In the past 15 years,
more than 2,500 migrants attempting to cross the Mexico-Arizona border
through the Sonora Desert have perished en route. It’s quite an
[SPASTIC SOUL] On tour for her latest album, The Electric Lady,
Janelle Monáe has taken to being rolled onstage in a hand truck, at
which point she bursts free from a straitjacket and right into
1314 NW Glisan St., 228-9535, andinarestaurant.com.
[EDIBLE ANDES] Andina’s massive
menu charts the course of contemporary Peruvian cuisine. It starts
somewhere in Madrid’s basement taverns,
1473 NE Prescott St., 298-5007, grainandgristle.com.
[STARTER CHARCUTERIE] Grain &
Gristle is straight from central casting. You’ll know you’re in the
archetypical Northwest gastropub jus
It took a village to create this ex-Shy Girl’s debut EP.
[JAZZY SOUL] “Community” is Jeni Wren’s favorite buzzword.
Through the years of
soaking up inspiration in Seattle’s jazz scene, the collaborations with
Portland-area musicians that first
Former folkies tap into their rock-’n’-roll hearts.
[NEO-CLASSIC ROCK] The members of the Lower 48 are digging
their new rehearsal space, and well they should: At their last spot,
the band was beset on all sides by the uniform blare of death metal.
[SYNTHSCAPES] Husband-and-wife duo Bei and Tony Yan have
been cranking tunes out of their windowless basement recording studio
since 2008, and it’s starting to show: This latest four-track EP, t
[SUMMER SONGS] Ride Out the Dark, the debut album
from Portland quintet Houndstooth, certainly could not have come at a
better time. In fact, the album couldn’t have a more apt title: Katie