Crystal Ballroom

For Fans of: Alt-J, Vance Joy, Kaleo, Glass Animals, and Cage the Elephant   Kassel, Germany based Indie rockers Milky Chance took the stage Sunday night to a very crowded Crystal Ballroom. Photo by DJ Rachelle I was excited to see how their layering of different musical elements and styles would actually be performed live. […]

Broken Social Scene FFO: Wolf Parade, Do Make Say Think, Arcade Fire Hug of Thunder, the new album album by Broken Social Scene, comes seven years after their last release. While this may be a long hiatus, the album couldn’t have come at a better moment–Broken Social Scene’s widescreen rock is the perfect salve for […]

Bleachers FFO: Walk the Moon, Smallpools, Misterwives, Grouplove 94/7 Alternative Portland Presents: The Best Show of the Year…So Far with supporting acts Bob Mosses and Missio, and headlining Bleachers (fronted and led by Jack Antonoff). Bleachers is currently on tour and stopping by Portland’s Crystal Ballroom on Thursday May 25, and will be at Sasquatch! […]

Photo by Jeff Schock Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness FFO: Colony House, Bleachers, Night Riots, Young Rising Sons “Are you ready to dance Portland?!” Andrew McMahon asked the crowd before covering one of his own songs, “Dark Blue” by Jack’s Mannequin. He had interrupted his set prior to that, instructing the crowd to leave all their issues, […]

Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness FFO: Colony House, Bleachers, Night Riots, Young Rising Sons Currently on tour with Atlas Genius and Night Riots in celebration of February’s release (Zombies On Broadway) Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness will be making a stop on his tour in Portland. The three acts will be in Portland’s beautiful Crystal Ballroom […]

Photography by Hannah Cantrell *Content Originally Posted on Respect Your Youngers* For Fans Of: A$AP Rocky, Chance the Rapper, Vince Staples On tour in support of his new album, The Divine Feminine, Mac Miller visited the Crystal Ballroom in Portland, OR on November 7th. The evening started off confusing to everyone. There was no mention of an opener, […]

If you ask a shoegaze afficianado who “the greats” of the genre are you’re likely to get one of three answers: My Bloody Valentine, Slowdive or Ride. While much has been said about the first two, Ride is sort of the younger, cooler brother. The band’s debut album, Nowhere, came out on Creation Records in […]

The electro-indie duo CHERUB, who are originally from Nashville, TN, are currently on their North American tour titled “So… You DTF?” and they’re coming through Portland! If you want to catch their show, they’ll be at The Crystal Ballroom this Thursday November 5th, doors open at 8pm and as of this morning tickets are still […]

       I remember the first time I heard Purity Ring. I was sixteen years old, and my little sister played one of their songs in the car for me. You would think bands your little sister shows you (she was fourteen at the time) would be awful, but luckily I have a sister […]

Honestly I cannot say I am typically a fan of opening acts at concerts, because usually I am too anxious for the main act. However the opener for the Glass Animals’ show, Gilligan Moss, was an exception to this rule. These two newcomers to the music world handled themselves like professionals up on stage. They […]


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