From September 3-8, the city was inundated by local and national musicians–they took over our venues, our streets, our living room (the main stage was in Pioneer Square), and left us in a whirlwind of excitement, exhaustion, and anticipation with how the organizers (Williamette Week) could possibly make this a… Read More →
Last night, The We Shared Milk headlined Doug Fir for their record release of Lame Sunset. These dudes have been hard at work; writing, recording, and touring, and their focus has paid off. Though I feel nervous to use the word “mature” and TWSM in the same sentence, their spiraling/grunge/rock… Read More →
Deep Sea Diver began the day at the main stage with sunny vocals to warm things up. Next we saw Delicate Steve, who blew us away, they put on an amazing, playful, spot-on performance. The rumors about them are true, they are made of cotton candy, and we can’t wait… Read More →
Skateboard? Motorcycle? Jump off a cliff? Follow the guys from AAN as they escape death in their new video for “Mystery Life”.
Mystery Life was released earlier this week, featuring two new, awesome songs that make the wait for a full length more bearable. The raw energy surging through these tracks are of equal comparison to “I Don’t Need Love,” which was released in June, and is a little taste of what… Read More →
In the time in takes lead singer Bud Wilson’s vocals to range from dreamy whispering to nearly screaming, you’re hooked on the intensity and intricacy that defines AAN. In just seconds, the crowd moves from nodding their heads to head-banging, perfectly punctuatung the dynamic changes that happen in each song…. Read More →