Years active: 1990-95, 1997-99, 2012-present
Sounds like: Hardcore at the dawn of the alternative era, when the production got bigger, the riffs beefier and the melodies hookier.
Original members: A
Movie Reviews & Stories
Talk about a misfire. Gangster Squad talks
about it a few times. “Don’t aim for where it is,” one character, a
quick shot with a Sam Elliott mustache, instructs another after he
misses a m
Dropping Gems gives electronic music a human pulse.
When Aaron Meola moved to Portland in
2009, electronic music in America was still the province of
chin-scratching Anglophiles and molly-whopped rave kids. Dubstep’s
infernal wub had not yet in
Various Artists, Gem Drops I-II
Featuring tracks from crew members,
affiliates and like-minded fellow travelers, either of these
interchangeable compilations makes an ideal entry point for wading
Unknown Mortal Orchestra, II (2/5, Jagjaguwar)
The mystery is gone, but Ruban Nielson’s once-enigmatic
post-Mint Chicks project is still one of Portland’s singular bands.
Based on the new alb
Let’s be honest: You’re not going to remember New Year’s
Eve. Any money you spend to get into a show that night will be flushed
out of your consciousness and down the toilet on a wave of tha