Utility Are Like A ‘Bull In The Shop’ With Grungy New Single

Utiliy comprise Adam Draper on drums, and Ryan Heise on bass and vocals. Their latest single, ‘Bull In The Shop’ is short and sweet, but it takes no prisoners with its catchy riffs.

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Terry Robb – ‘How A Free Man Feels’

Vancouver-born, Portland-based bluesman Terry Robb has taken home the Muddy Award for Acoustic Guitar so many times that the Cascade Blues Association finally caved and added his name to the trophy permanently.

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No Regrets: Quinn Henry Mulligan’s ‘Older’ And Wiser (While Having Fun) With Latest Release

The music video for ‘Older’, by Portland singer songwriter Quinn Henry Mulligan, is a bit trippy, to say the least.

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Jameson & The Conditionals – ‘Wasting Your Love’

Jameson Wandling is well-known in the Portland music scene for his first-rate songwriting and oh-so-sweet singing. His latest release, ‘Wasting Your Love’, sees him surrounded by some of the best musicians in a town famous for its enterprising, idiosyncratic musicians, coming together as ‘The Conditionals’. ‘Wasting Your Love’ is the lead single from Jameson’s upcoming project of the same name.

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Sam Densmore – ‘Damn The Consequences’

Portland Oregon based folk-rocker Sam Densmore is one of the most acclaimed new voices from a city and state renowned for its offbeat, adventurous songwriters. His latest single, ‘Damn The Consequences’, from his forthcoming EP, ‘Black Velvet Unicorn’, is a terrific party number – upbeat, bright, and sung with confidence.

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Maxx The Muffin Man – ‘Puff Is Enough’, From New Mixtape ‘Every Summer Since’

Music literally saved the life of Maxx The Muffin Man, whose new single, ‘Puff Is Enough’ (ft C.O.B.) is from his mixtape, ‘Every Summer Since’.

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Builder of the House premieres ‘Evergreen’ on Folk Radio UK

Back in 2011, after finishing his Master’s Degree in Music Composition, Rob Cimitile moved to Portland, Maine, picked up his guitar, and started experimenting with what he could do with his baritone voice.

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Afterlife Revival Premieres ‘Rich In Love’ With Unique Concept Art And Social Music Mix

Led by Evan B Harris, Portland based Afterlife Revival is more than just a band. The group combine conceptual art and social practice, with music which fuses Beatle-esque psych country, with illustrative folk art, and stories based on Harris’s childhood.

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Last Giant – ‘Toys For The Devil’

Rather than using computers and tracks, Last Giant, from Portland, Oregon, take in a more traditional approach to their music, and bring their incredible riffs to life both on stage and in the studio. Their new album, ‘Memory Of The World’, released earlier this month is a collection of 11 electrifying tracks, the first of which is ‘Toys For The Devil’.

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Mothertapes – ‘Do Make Say’

Mothertapes have released their latest track, ‘Do Make Say’

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Joshua Hatkins Aint Got ‘Time To Waste’ With New Single

After several popular covers, Joshua Hatkins has released his first single, ‘Time To Waste’.

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ECHOS Announce Self-Titled EP Release As Well As US Tour Dates

ECHOS will be performing at California’s biggest NYE festival, Snowglobe, alongside the likes of Flume, Odesza, Major Lazer, and Rufus Du Sol.

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It’s A Brand New Day When We Interview Amanda Jones

We introduced you the other day to Amanda Jones, who has most recently released the lyric video for her song, ‘My Goodbye’. Now we’ve…

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Port Of Est. Are Back With New Single ‘Clash’

Following their debut release in February, ‘Valentine In My Headphones’, Port Of Est. are back with their new single, ‘Clash’.

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Câlisse – ‘Stay’

‘Stay’ is the lead track from ‘Farewell Blacksheep’, the debut album from Portland Oregon band, Câlisse, which is out April 15 on Almabrain Records.

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Temporary Hero Reimagines Classic ‘Tusk’

Retro electronic artist Temporary Hero gives Fleetwood Mac’s ‘Tusk’ a treatment like you’d never believe, but won’t be able to stop listening to.

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