'I wanted to try cocaine, but Jimi was against it': Janis Ian on her tough, starlit life in music
learned the truth at 17 / That love was meant for beauty queens / And high school girls with clear-eyed smiles / Who married young and then retired."
Sky Ferreira's new album coming in March, according to her mother
Nearly a decade after her debut album, it looks like Sky Ferreira is finally ready to release her follow-up.
Yard Act Break Down Their Debut Album The Overload Track By Track: Exclusive
Our Track by Track feature gives artists the opportunity to share the inspiration and stories behind each song on their latest release.
15 Rising Artists to Watch in 2022
2021 brought so many new artists to the forefront of the music landscape - it's hard to believe that Olivia Rodrigo's "Driver's License" was only released this time last year - and, heading into 2022, our eyes are on the next up-and-coming acts worth watching.
The Top 32 Events in Portland This Week: Jan 18-23, 2022 - EverOut Portland
Stay safe out there, Portland! As always, get tested and stay home if you feel sick-and get your booster while it's hot.
The Story Behind X's "Los Angeles," a Thrashing Punk Critique About Intolerance That Remains Relevant Today
Punk rock in the mid-to-late '70s and early '80s meant different things to different people, depending on which city you were in.
Janis Ian Lets Her Music Speak Her Mind (One Last Time)
At 70, the singer-songwriter who has always been unafraid of difficult subjects is releasing a final album, "The Light at the End of the Line."
Jazz, R&B and 'sophistifunk': James Mtume's greatest recordings
Kuumba-Toudie Heath - Baraka (1969)
The biological son of saxophonist Jimmy Heath, brought up by Dizzy Gillespie sideman James Forman, James Mtume was raised in jazz.
50 years ago, these were the No. 1 albums of 1972 (and a few other classics, too)
Consider the top albums of 1972 - or maybe don't. Because after the groundbreaking, iconic crop of records released in 1971, it's not a fair fight.
Bowie Estate Sells Songwriting Catalog to Warner Music
In the latest blockbuster catalog deal, Warner has agreed to buy David Bowie's songs for about $250 million, bringing nearly all of the star's work under one corporate roof.