As the members of San Fermin stood in the parking lot of
the Red Lion Hotel near Portland International Airport last October,
staring at their rented tour van, it took them a moment to process wha
With Eyelids, two of Portland’s busiest musicians reclaim their youth.
In a booth at the back of Cup and Saucer Cafe on Northeast
Killingsworth Street, John Moen and Chris Slusarenko are reminiscing
about the good old days—specifically, the days when Slusarenko and
[EXPERIMENTAL ELECTRONICS] After releasing 15 albums since 2007, Daniel Lopatin—the artist better known as Oneohtrix Point Never—has created something completely new with his latest effort, 2013��
Portland: Where spaced-out psych-rockers go to retire.
Moving to Portland made Wooden Shjips drummer Omar
Ahsanuddin feel like a kid again. It’s made him live like one, anyway.
“I have a drum set in my basement for the first time since I lived at
Drive-By Truckers’ Patterson Hood heads northwest for the winter.
Last year, Patterson Hood—Alabama-born, Athens,
Ga.-dwelling rock-’n’-roll songwriter and de facto leader of the
celebrated Drive-By Truckers—brought his wife along on a Portland visit