Help PDX Pop Now! Celebrate Its New Compilation (Plus Exclusive AgesAndAges Track!)


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Tonight is the night! It's time to get out of the rain and celebrate the coming of PDX Pop Now! season and the unofficial beginning of summer. Even though the three-day, free, all-ages festival doesn't start for another eight weeks (sad face), you can get a sneak peak tonight at Holocene, where the PPN! folks are unveiling the 2010 Compilation with a pretty terrific all-ages show featuring Best New ...   More
 
Thursday, June 3, 2010 MICHAEL MANNHEIMER

PDX Pop Now! Announces Lineup For 2010 Festival


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Set your calendars, folks: The 2010 PDX Pop Now! festival is coming in a short seven weeks. Today the free, all-local, all-ages festival announced the lineup for this year's fest—set to take place July 30-August 1—and it's predictably great. Au! Parenthetical Girls! Cloudy October! Joggers! But even with the bigger names, this fest has always been about discovery, about seeing a band you've ...   More
 
Friday, June 11, 2010 MICHAEL MANNHEIMER

PDX Pop Now! Announces Show at City Hall


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Sam Adams sure does love local music. Just a week after announcing that the city is replacing its old hold music with tunes from local bands, today PDX Pop Now!—Portland's premiere all-ages music festival—outlined its plans for a free concert outside city hall. PPN! is hosting the event on Thursday, July 22 with performances from the Nick Jaina Band, Atole, Kelli Schaefer, and the Andrew ...   More
 
Monday, July 12, 2010 MICHAEL MANNHEIMER

It's Time For PDX Pop Now!


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Is everyone ready for PDX Pop Now!?! With the festival beginning in just a few hours, I wanted to share a bit of last-minute technical information for the weekend. For anyone outside the city (or people to lazy to make it down to Rotture) you can tune into two online radio stations to hear every minute—both PRA and KPSU are live streaming all three days. Also, I'll be there for most of the weekend ...   More
 
Friday, July 30, 2010 MICHAEL MANNHEIMER

Photo Review: PDX Pop Now!


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For the first time in three years, I missed a good half of the 48 bands (plus at least three or four guerilla acts) at this year's PDX Pop Now! festival. It was tough: I've become so accustomed to spending my entire PPN! weekend at Rotture, sweating, rocking, eating too many tacos and watching bands that I dearly love and ones I'm just hearing for the first time. But five weeks ago, during my weekly ...   More
 
Monday, August 2, 2010 Local Cut

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