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Last update: May 25th, 2013 at 10:00 am
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This is a Portland-centric, Vantucky-luvin' indie music blog.
Can I just state right off that I question the wisdom of bu
Here's a good show to check out- The Technicolors have a nice blend between takes-itself-seriously-britpop and desert stoner rock. I know, right? Anyway, I'll be there tomorrow night. If you see a guy who is too old to make it onto the PDXPop compilation album, come say hi! The Technicolors are sup
Sorry Andy - Had to stay outside the gate with my kid!
Sonic experimentation means nev
You know I would never steer you wrong. DJ Stephen R- friend of the blog- just had a baby, so let's celebrate by listening to his new epic comp: Architects + Heroes Sampler Vol. 2 (A+H013) by Various Artists
Hey everyone, enjoy this post from guest blogger Brynn Alexander:
Holy shit. You have no idea how psyched I am about this. The Hollywood is alwa
I've buzzed about the Outer Space Heaters here befo
I'm hoping to avoid too much of a nostalgia trap by not picking albums for this series that are important to the sa
Somehow I totally
Thanks again to Mute PR for sending all this great stuff our way.
Sorry again for the radio silence. To be honest, I was having a bit of a crisis in wondering whether to keep the blog running. I suppose that is natural- I am a busy boy, after all. But after talking with a couple of new friends I realize that Portland itself seems to be going through a weird musical slump
Public recognition. It doesn't happen muc
This was totally not my idea, especially since my wife and I just found out there's a significant risk of our unborn babe having Down Syndrome, and for a romantic Valentine date, I get to take her in for amniocentesis. If you're not familiar with that particular festive occurrence, they stick a honkin' big needle into
Daddy Lion is a friend of the blog. They make nice music. Check out their newest album! Callow are working on something very interesting here. We should keep an eye on them. WHAT THE JESUS IS GOING
A couple things from the fine folks at Mute. I think you'r
This just came in under the transom, and it's
Let's get this straight- I fucking love David Bowie. I have always loved David Bowie. Not always actively, at first, but yes. I remember being like 7 years old and watching a laser light show set to Space Oddity with my ultra cool dad (who turned me on to some of the best music I've ever listened to). I d
Clyde Curley is not only my former English teacher- he's now a fir
To all our friends- readers, artists, contributors- Crappy Indie Music would like to wish you a happy new year! Things are already
I totally swear that none of these entries will really have anything to do Christmas. HAVEN'T I GIVEN YOU ENOUGH ALREADY!?!??!? GHOST THROWER
Sorry for the radio silence. Sometimes being the editor of this blog is a lonely job. And when y
I had the honor of sending new blogger Jessica to check out The Indigo Girls, with the Oregon Symphony at the Schnitz. She also got to talk to one half of the Girls, Emily Saliers. It's a great interview, that goes in some really unexpected directions, so thanks Jessica and Emily!
You may or may not know this about me: I overanalyze song lyrics. Obsess over them. Ponder not only their meaning in a strictly psychological Frankfort School context, but also in a more Berkleyan idealist way. I'm one of the few people to have read Crittenden's