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Looking Forward to Summer

Dreamy Life’s MASS-ive Move

Fort Trés Festival

Chillamundo Flies Paper Airplane

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Girls Rock Again

Insecurities made 14-year-old Rosie want to hide when she performed on stage for the first time in July. She was among about 30 youngsters...

This DJ Isn’t Your Personal Pandora

If you get pissed whenever I write one of these columns from the perspective of my own experience, you might want to skip this...

The Fibs Return

I don’t remember exactly when The Fibs slinked onto the scene, other than that this tall, lanky kid sporting a 7 o’clock shadow, pointy...

Keegan McInroe on Getting Euro-Trashed

You can say that bluesy folksinger and occasional Weekly contributor Keegan McInroe has come a long way since the early aughts, when he fronted...

Wayne Floyd Stripped Down

Soulful baritone singer-songwriter Wayne Floyd said he doesn’t like to talk about his music and that even the idea of it makes him uncomfortable....

Q&A with Peter More

In 2012, the Weekly first reported on a chance meeting between local singer-songwriter Peter More and Steely Dan cofounder Donald Fagen (“Time Out of...

Daron Beck’s Change of Heart

Here’s a cautionary tale for all you local band people who have been partying as if replacement organs are readily accessible, cheap, and easy...

Phantomelo’s Sounds from Thin Air

Most musicians I know hate answering what most laypeople would consider a fairly simple, straightforward question: “What does your band sound like?” The dismissive...

Don’t Feed the Trolls

I hate typing “Black Pussy.” I hate that the Portland-based riff-rockers are getting even more press because of their name (and there’s been a...

Once-and-Future Toadies

One day, someone is going to write a book about local rock icons the Toadies. The band’s storyline seems plucked out of a John...