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Timothy James will live-stream on OMN Live Sunday 8/2 at 6pm

Watch Timothy James performer a live-stream on OMN Live at 6pm Sunday, August 2 on the OMN Facebook Page

Timothy James will live-stream on OMN Live Sunday 8/2 at 6pm

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New releases 8/1/20

Here are all the latest CD and LP releases. Courtesy of Music Millennium.

New releases 8/1/20

Dennis Carter: No stopping him after 35 years of Falcon Recording Studios / Coffeeshop Conversations @ Artichoke Music #255

By TOM D'ANTONI // Dennis Carter has recorded Pink Martini, Curtis Salgago, Mel Brown, Terry Robb and hundreds more Oregon musicians in his 35 years of running Falcon Recording Studios in Portland. What does the future hold in a unstable music industry?

Dennis Carter: No stopping him after 35 years of Falcon Recording Studios / Coffeeshop Conversations @ Artichoke Music #255

Photo by Cayce Clay

I Drank a Beer With Bob Remis

By AUSTIN SCRIVNER //  Watch Portland-based DJ, Producer and artists perform a live DJ set on What’s Next PDX Twitch TV on Friday, July 31st from 5-7pm

I Drank a Beer With Bob Remis

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Timothy James will live-stream on OMN Live Sunday 8/2 at 6pm

Jul 23, 2020

Watch Timothy James performer a live-stream on OMN Live at 6pm Sunday, August 2 on the OMN Facebook Page

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I Drank a Beer With Bob Remis

Jul 30, 2020

By AUSTIN SCRIVNER //  Watch Portland-based DJ, Producer and artists perform a live DJ set on What’s Next PDX Twitch TV on Friday, July 31st from 5-7pm

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Dennis Carter: No stopping him after 35 years of Falcon Recording Studios / Coffeeshop Conversations @ Artichoke Music #255

Jul 30, 2020

By TOM D'ANTONI // Dennis Carter has recorded Pink Martini, Curtis Salgago, Mel Brown, Terry Robb and hundreds more Oregon musicians in his 35 years of running Falcon Recording Studios in Portland. What does the future hold in a unstable music industry?

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Blossom + Sanctuary Produce Farms : R&B singer stops to smell (and grow) the cauliflower

Jul 24, 2020

By RACHEL GOOD// Share the land: singer Blossom reimagines community supported agriculture at Sanctuary Produce Farm.

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Remembering John Callahan: Our coverage of his life and death ten years later

Jul 24, 2020

By TOM D'ANTONI // John Callahan died on July 24, 2010. An acerbic, hilarious cartoonist and a Portland icon and a musician, too. Here's how we covered his death the next day and the days that followed. With audio tributes by Gus VanSant and Bill Plympton and John's music video.

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Jun 24, 2020

Skip vonKuske: The cellist at work during a pandemic / Coffeeshop Conversations @ Artichoke Music #252

By TOM D'ANTONI // Although Portland Cello Project, Groovy Wallpaper and Skip vonKuske's other projects, solo and otherwise are prevented from in-person appearances, he's had a busy spring.

Today Portland Cello Project’s Skip vonKuske is in the Artichoke Music Café with me. That’s not the only ensemble he’s involved with. He has lots of projects and after we’re ...

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May 22, 2020

Celebrating World Goth Day with “My Summer as a Goth” film composer Jana Cushman

By ANA AMMANN // Talking about music supervision and film scoring with Jana Cushman of Darkswoon on World Goth Day. Download the My Summer as a Goth Motion Picture Soundtrack on Bandcamp today.

Noting that Goths tend to shy away from the limelight, DJ Cruel Brittania “accidentally engineered” the first World Goth Day in the UK, when he encouraged followers to publicly embrace who ...

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Apr 6, 2020

Sammy Hagar & The Circle: Won't Get Fooled Again

By SCOTT CUNNINGHAM // Crank it up with this terrific Who cover

Who says you can't make great music during a lockdown? Sammy Hagar & The Circle hooked up over the net to record an in-your-face cover of the Who classic Won't Get Fooled Again. Crank the volume ...

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Mar 27, 2020

Bob Dylan: Murder Most Foul

By SCOTT CUNNINGHAM // Epic ballad recounts JFK assassination

Bob Dylan released his first new song today in nearly a decade, a haunting, epic ballad detailing the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in 1963. The release was a surprise in music circles and ...

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Mar 12, 2020

Size 85 High Tops’ “Someplace Else Maybe,” off of their forthcoming album, Rev It Up? / Premiere

Portland's Size 85 High Tops’ forthcoming album, Rev It Up (In Music We Trust Records), fuses power pop, prog, acid-folk, and country

We are told: Portland’s Size 85 High Tops’ forthcoming album, Rev It Up (In Music We Trust Records), fuses power pop, prog, acid-folk, and country to deliver a dark and lovely ...

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