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Alvvays FFO: Mac Demarco, Courtney Barnett, Potty Mouth, Real Estate Alvvays is angst!! Their self-titled album was released in 2014 and featured dreamy lyrics by lead singer Molly Rankin. They’re bringing garage rock into pop, and it seems to work perfectly. I was a huge fan of their first full length album, and when I […]

VÉRITÉ returns to Portland on September 3 and is welcomed by a sold out Doug Fir Lounge, and an audience of new and old fans. This was her first headlining tour, and show in Portland, since the release of her debut album Somewhere in Between. After being to a few sold out shows at Doug Fir, […]

VÉRITÉ | FFO: LANY, XYLØ, Transviolet, Oh Wonder After touring with Betty Who, and finally releasing her debut album, VÉRITÉ returns to the Doug Fir Lounge headlining her own tour once again. Her show is 21 and over on Sunday, September 3. Doors are at 8pm, music by Tigertown begins at 9pm, and tickets are available […]

Twin Peaks played twice in the same day on April 12, 2017 for the Doug Fir Lounge; once earlier in the day for an all ages show, and again late in the evening for a 21 and over crowd. But you couldn’t even tell. The band was loud, energetic, fun, and the happiest to be […]

Off the release of their sophomore album, Only the Lonely, Colony House is on a headlining tour in support of the album. Not knowing what to expect, I was left breathless after their show at Portland’s Doug Fir Lounge. The Doug Fir Lounge is one of my favorite venues in Portland. The concert venue is located […]

In this very special edition of Cascadio, Gareth, the lead-singer of Los Campesinos!, calls in for a ~hot~ and ~exclusive~ interview on KPSU. We talk about American twee vs. British twee, Prefab Sprout, the evolution of  Los Campesinos!, and wanting to be emo.

Lo Moon and MUNA brought an emotional, powerful, fun, intimate, and incredible experience to a sold out crowd at Portland’s Doug Fir Lounge on February 11, 2017. Here is KPSU’s review of the show. Lo Moon With only the debut single “Loveless” released, Lo Moon is a relatively mysterious band to much of the audience […]

How can one possibly shift from folk to soul, two very different sounds rooted in the same emotive intensity, within the span of a year’s time? Denver-based folk musician Nathaniel Rateliff was still riding the wave of critical acclaim for his 2014 release, Falling Faster Than You Can Run, before announcing his collaboration with SLC’s […]


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