Here is a long awaited video from our Halloween show, which turned out to be one of the final performances at the beloved Record Room in North Portland. Thanks again to Tiburones, The Ghost East, and The Century for a great night, and to Lisa Bolden for making this video…. Read More →
Birthright is a musical entourage that gets together exclusively on birthdays. Friends from a few different Portland bands unite for one rowdy night of honky-tonk, Americana tunes. On a warm-ish evening not too long ago, videographer Steven Oster sat down with Garrett Brown (Thanks, Death Songs) to talk about the… Read More →
Our March 2 show at The Firkin was shot and edited by the wonderful Lisa Bolden of http://gravitationalcreations.com/ Watch it! Get pumped! Come to our next show! Have a great day, yall.
On February 23rd, The Someday Lounge was buzzing with excitement about the release of Scrimshander’s self titled EP. Local favorites Fanno Creek opened the evening with their lively and infectious folk-infused songs. Next was Desert Days (formerly dubbed Pigeons) whose fusion of progressive rock, pop, and country never fails to… Read More →
In case you missed it, there’s a new, blissful, pop soaked song and video from Wild Ones (who we featured here). The vid features wood chopping, lip licking, and, of course, beautiful vocals from Miss Danielle Sullivan. Check it out below! Listen to and buy the track o’er here: … Read More →
Maybe you’ve already seen this video, shot during the time Weinland was touring from SXSW to Portland in 2011. There’s a lot of energy, shows, and shots jammed into just a few short minutes, and it’s a nice reminder that Portland bands know how to have the most fun. Directed… Read More →
Skateboard? Motorcycle? Jump off a cliff? Follow the guys from AAN as they escape death in their new video for “Mystery Life”.
In honor of Valentine’s day and the highly anticipated return of shoegaze God’s My Blood Valentine, Rip City Review is posting our favorite track off “m b v.” 21 years later and these cats still rock some serious reverb.
Portland filmmaker Adam Cornelius set out to master Tetris with a perfect score of 999,999. He didn’t originally think this mission would inspire a documentary about the 1990 Nintendo World Championship and the unique people who participated, but what resulted is an amazing look at over two decades of video… Read More →
If you missed Into the Woods w/ Wampire last night @ Halocene, don’t fret. They were kind enough to post this on their website. Into The Woods Ep #1 – Wampire from Into The Woods on Vimeo.