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3. Old Wave Interview | Mississippi Studios | Portland

Old Wave Interview | Mississippi Studios | Portland

Oregon Music News interview with Old Wave September 6th, 2016 Mississippi Studios, Portland OR Red Bull Sound Select

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4. Baths Interview | Mississippi Studios | Portland

Baths Interview | Mississippi Studios | Portland

Oregon Music News interview with Baths' Will Wiesenfeld September 6th, 2016 Mississippi Studios, Portland OR Red Bull Sound Select

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6. RockAndRoll @ Portland's Mississippi Studios

RockAndRoll @ Portland's Mississippi Studios

Paula Boggs Band's live recording and cover of Led Zeppelin's Rock & Roll.

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7. The Parson Red Heads' Evan Way at Mountain Air Studios

The Parson Red Heads' Evan Way at Mountain Air Studios

The organic harmonies, the painstaking attention to craft and small interludes between the songs are in the new album “Orb Weaver,” because as singer-guitarist Evan Way says, “The group wanted to make an album you can listen to from beginning to end.” This is the complete session from Mountain Air Studios and includes two new songs.

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8. s2ep1 Portland Famous with Cherry Lemonade

s2ep1 Portland Famous with Cherry Lemonade

In this long awaited Season 2 opener we sit down with the incomparable Cherry Lemonade.

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10. Portland To Visa pt. 2 ft. Dizzy Gunz

Portland To Visa pt. 2 ft. Dizzy Gunz

Mr. G Northern Lit Sessionz. 2008. Download now at http://www.datpiff.com/profile/mrg559

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11. Sons Of Thunder - Theme Song for the Portland Thunder

Sons Of Thunder - Theme Song for the Portland Thunder

This classic rock style tune was commissioned by the owner of the Portland Thunder arena football team. Joe Lycan, lead singer and guitar player for Sons Of Thunder really stepped up and knocked it out of the park, so to speak, on this one! To contact us, please email us at [email protected]

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12. Biz503 S03E06 - Portland Mercado

Biz503 S03E06 - Portland Mercado

Today we’re devoting an entire episode to the Portland Mercado, a unique Latino public market at 72nd and Foster in Southeast Portland. That’s just a mile up the street from our studios here at Portland Radio Project, in a 7,000-square-foot space on the site of an old car lot. Now the building is painted in bright colors, with a variety of retail businesses inside and a row of food carts outside featuring cuisine from all across Latin America. The Mercado is a project of Hacienda CDC, which is probably best known for its housing and youth programs, and it isn’t just a market -- it’s a business incubator supporting over three dozen small start-up businesses. On today's show, we’ll be talking about the past, present and future of the Mercado. This week's Biz503 hosts: Wendy Kotila, Business Coach, Startup Mentor and Teacher. Rick Turoczy, Editor of Silicon Florist This week's guests: Shea Flaherty Betin, Director of Portland Mercado Chris Bailey, Microenterprise Developer at Hacienda CDC Listen to Biz503 Fridays, 1:00 pm. at 99.1 FM in the heart of Portland, or stream from anywhere worldwide at PRP.fm. If you miss the broadcast, you can listen to the podcast here on the Monday following the broadcast. Thanks to ACreative.agency and Premium Websites for their support of Biz503! From "How Musicians Can Make it in the Music Industry" to "Craft Beverages," you will find past Seasons/Episodes of Biz503 here. Please check out our growing hive of podcasts here.

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13. Bust A Bucket - Portland Trail Blazers / Dan Reed / Z100

  • Published: 2014-11-23T23:04:29Z
  • By Dan Clark
Bust A Bucket - Portland Trail Blazers / Dan Reed / Z100

Bust A Bucket is the monster 1992 hit created by The Trail Blazers and Z100 just before the team's appearance in the NBA Finals. Released only on cassette, it sold nearly 35,000 copies to benefit The Boys And Girls Clubs of Portland. Kevin Duckworth, Terry Porter, Jerome Kersey, Buck Williams provided chorus vocals on this track. Jerome even took a solo. Lead vocals: Dan Reed of the Dan Reed Network. Rap: J. Mac and Hakim of U. Krew. Chorus: Kevin Duckworth, Terry Porter, Jerome Kersey, Buck Williams. Breakdown: Bill Schonely Produced by Dan Clark, John Smith, Rick Waritz and Tony Martinez. Engineered by Jon Chamberlain. Assisted by Mike Moore. Lyrics © Tony Martinez, Dan Clark and Bob Lambie. Music © 1992 John Smith and Dan Clark Recorded at Bill Scream Music. Mixed at Spectrum Sound Studios.

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14. Jan. 7: Year In Review: Can Artists Afford Portland, Art Glass Apocalypse, New Mayor & More

Jan. 7: Year In Review: Can Artists Afford Portland, Art Glass Apocalypse, New Mayor & More

2016 was packed — packed! — with big arts stories, both locally and nationally (we're still mourning you, Bowie and Prince, Cohen and Jones, and all the other dynamos). We decided to spend our first episode of 2017 looking back at some of them and updating them for the new year. Art Glass Meltdown We should have known 2016 was going to be a doozy last January, when one modest Forest Service research project turned the Northwest’s storied art glass industry upside down. Oregon’s two major suppliers, Bullseye Glass Co. and Uroboros Glass, stopped most production while everyone tried to figure out what the studies meant. In May, Washington state’s Spectrum Glass became the first to announce its closure, and then in September, Uroboros announced it would close its doors after 44 years. A California company called Oceanside GlassTile has announced it will buy both and move their production to Mexico. We review a mid-year feature, and hear from Uroboros founder Eric Lovell, who's in the process of shelving his business. PNCA Closes the Museum of Contemporary Craft, And the Oregon Jewish Museum and Center for Holocaust Education Buys Its Downtown Space - 12:13 In February, the Pacific Northwest College of Art announced that it would close the Museum of Contemporary Craft. The college was losing more than $200,000 a year keeping it operational, and ultimately concluded that students and faculty simply weren't engaging with it enough to justify the cost. The building has been sold for $5 million, and the collection moved over to PNCA's home at 511 Broadway. We review what happened and the outcry in the craft community, then meet the buildings new owners, the Oregon Jewish Museum and Center for Holocaust Education. Where They Landed: Revisiting Displaced Artists From Troy Laundry - 22:35 Affordable workspaces for artists have been dropping like flies: the Towne Storage Building, Conduit Dance, Northwest Dance Project, Polaris Dance Theater, Shaking the Tree, Third Rail Repertory Theatre — every month it seemed like another performing set of studios or arts organization lost its building. Then, at the end of June, word came that the Troy Laundry Building in Southeast Portland had been sold. For nearly 40 years, it housed dozens of artists in what was the city’s oldest artists cooperative. We listen back to part of our June story, and seek out some of the artists who were sent searching for new space (hint: it's nigh impossible to fit art supplies and a Christmas tree both in the living room). Ted Wheeler Takes Office - 31:09 Portland's new Mayor is Ted Wheeler, former State Treasurer and Multnomah County Commission Chair. The city is waiting to see how he'll handle the economic, social, and cultural issues that have wracked Portland with growing pains. We review a few things he told us at last January's Candidates' Forum for Art and Culture. Then we sit down with Jean-Pierre Veillet of the design/build firm Siteworks, architect Tony Belluschi, and urban designer Mike McCullough to talk about some of the planning and bureaucratic challenges that may define Wheeler's term. The Color of Now, Revisited - 40:28 After the heartbreaking week in July when first Alton Sterling was shot in Louisiana, then Philando Castile in Minnesota, and then five police officers in Dallas, we put together a show exploring how local artists were responding to the shootings, from MCs Mic Crenshaw and Rasheed Jamal to the painter Arvey Smith. We started the show at an event called the Color of Now, where an actor performed a piercing monologue from a touring production called "Hands Up: 7 Playwrights, 7 Testaments." The event continued with a conversation between Color of Now organizer Chantal DeGroat and "Hands Up" director Kevin Jones, of the August Wilson Red Door Project, and we invited them into the studio to see how their year has gone since, and to ask how the election has affected their continuing work.

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15. "1999-2000 Portland Trailblazers: Epic Collapse" With Kenny Warren

The very first episode! Lawrence DeLoach (@lzd325) brings in comedian, and former professional basketball player Kenny Warren (@avg_black_man) to discuss the Derek Fisher and Matt Barnes confrontation. They also discuss the epic collapse of the 1999-2000 Portland Trailblazers, a team that blew a 15 point lead in game 7 of the Western Conference Finals. Lawrence has Kenny play a game called "The Triangle", and he asks Kenny the question of "Who You Runnin Wit?" Enjoy! All of this is live from Jim Jam Studios with the amazing assistant coach/producer of this podcast (@jimsearch) Please subscribe, rate and comment! Email thoughts, comments and what teams, events, and players do you want to hear me discuss at [email protected]

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16. Portland Past Present Future: Our Architectural Narrative

Portland Past Present Future: Our Architectural Narrative

On Tuesday, October seventh, at Mississippi Studios in Portland, Oregon, Sheepscot Creative invited five panelists from Portland's design, planning, and preservation communities to discuss our city's architectural narrative. What do the buildings we choose to construct, inhabit, restore, and demolish tell the world about us?

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17. 03. Sheri Vari - Falsa Fama (Portland Mix)

03. Sheri Vari - Falsa Fama (Portland Mix)

SHERI VARI - MATERIA PRIMA EP #TINKMSC008 © + ℗ TINK! MUSIC - ALL RIGHTS RESERVED Published by Tomorrow Is Now, Kid! Music Publishing, The Netherlands Release date: 08 November 2015 It is not often a label has the chance to materialise the work of a young female artist, perhaps that's why the debut release of Portuguese DJ/producer Mariana Cruz is so closely followed by so many.  Born onto the early 90's, on the Portuguese landscape of the Serra da Estrela mountains, Mariana Cruz has gone under the moniker Sheri Vari, seeking inspiration in the Cosmos and dwelling in her magnetic attraction towards outer space. On the one hand, the rave tradition: house, techno, dub, jungle and hip hop, on the other hand the ancestral addiction: disco, jazz, funk and soul. This healthy dualism is quite evident in her "Materia Prima", a work in which the author has prioritised the usage of her native language - where she not also a renown poet (check her book "InVerso", via Chiado Editora).   The opening theme "Chapa Dezassete" is a clear homage to the 80's new wave sound, wrapped in harsh analogue electro b-boy beats of the Detroit variety - two close realities to those who understand what's what. A track that owes as much to Underground Resistance or 430 West as it does to bands like Human League, Colourbox or Cabaret Voltaire. Next we have the original version of "Falsa Fama" (Original Ballroom Mix), where in Sheri Vari explores her club universe… introspective, intense and cinematic, complete with acid arpeggios and and merciless beats. A track that borrows from the classic sound of Nu Groove, or the first outputs from Warp, as well as artists such as Unique 3, Virgo Four or Psyché (Carl Craig). The first remix for "Falsa Fama" (Portland Dub) is done by TINK! Music's in house team at Portland Sound Studios, it's a broken breaky approach that evokes some classic atmospheric techno, interbreeding the ethereal electro of Juan Atkins with the loose and relaxed good vibes of Fila Brazillia, making up for a really musical and soothing piece of deep music.  Finally, "Falsa Fama" is also remixed by young prodigy Luís Montenegro, a talent from Oporto who plays both guitar as well as voice for Portuguese pop band Salto. Using his Lewis M. hat, Luís converts "Falsa Fama" around and turns it into an incredible example of modernity and futurism, bringing forth hot house beats, filled with chubby chords and bouncy bass, a composition filled with detail and surprises! Perfect for those who love the work of people such as Motor City Drum Ensemble, Floating Points, Caribou, Kyle Hall, and many others.

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18. Not In Portland Remix

Not In Portland Remix

Okay, so a few months ago I managed to obtain the files from a session at Landscape Studios with a Teesside band called Not In Portland. I've held onto these wavs for some time now but just haven't been happy with the mixes. Last Saturday these guys were performing at a gig I was at, after watching them I understood what they were trying to achieve with their sound, which gave me some new ideas for the mix. I felt a little out of my comfort zone with this one because I haven't attempted to mix a band like this before, however I am happy with the result. Some constructive criticism would be awesome so please have a listen and let me know what you think!

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19. LA Galaxy Hunt Zlatan, DisCo Decisions, Defensive Woes, and Portland

LA Galaxy Hunt Zlatan, DisCo Decisions, Defensive Woes, and Portland

On today's show, your hosts walk you through LA Galaxy highlights and lowlights in the loss to Dallas and get you ready for Portland on Sunday. Plus Zlatan. CoG Studios, CA - The LA Galaxy are already under pressure, and it's only the first game of the season. But that won't stop your hosts, CoG's very own Josh Guesman and Wendy Thomas break down the 2-1 loss to FC Dallas and do their best to highlight the good and the bad. What were some of the positives you took from the game? Did Jack McBean impress you? Were you pleased with Jermaine Jones' mobility? Did you think Alessandrini looks like he could settle in with this team sooner rather than later? Your hosts will discuss all of those players and you'll hear postgame comments from Galaxy Head Coach, Curt Onalfo. Then Josh and Wendy will discuss the suspensions to Jermaine Jones and Dave Romney. Are these deserved? Does MLS have it out for the Galaxy? What did you think of the calls? Here's a topic that is fun to talk about. Do you think Zlatan should come to the Galaxy? Our hosts have their opinions and they also have competing theories on what Zlatan could do to convince Zlatan to come to the Galaxy. It's Zlatan fabulous. Finally, your hosts will quickly get you ready for the Galaxy's Sunday match with the Portland Timbers. With suspension and injuries taking front stage, is LA ready for a dangerous Timbers team? What's one key to watch for in this game? And could the Galaxy start the season with two home losses before they have to head on the road? We have some heated discussions throughout the shows, but we're always making sure your voices are heard. We get some great messages from the CoG Hotline and realize that Las Vegas is CoG country. Thanks for listening and we hope you'll join us again for Corner of the Galaxy! Music Provided by Back Pocket Memory.

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20. CoG: Neil deGrasse Tyson, The LA Galaxy, and Portland

CoG: Neil deGrasse Tyson, The LA Galaxy, and Portland

CoG Studios, CA - The LA Galaxy went out and won two more games and your hosts couldn't be happier about it. Josh Guesman and Wendy Thomas give you everything you need to be the smartest LA Galaxy fans in your office. Our hosts will start off by recapping the game against Houston. And although it feels like it was forever ago, they'll remind you that it was just last Friday that saw the Galaxy squeak by the Dynamo thanks to a second half goal from Steven Gerrard. But the night was probably marked more by the uncharacteristic lack of finishing from Robbie Keane than anything else. Should you be worried? Then it's on to the LA Galaxy's 4-2 victory over the Seattle Sounders in the quarterfinals of the US Open Cup. It was an interesting night as the team was forced to play this game at the StubHub Center Track & Field Stadium. And just shy of 4,000 people were in attendance. It was also a strange night because both teams tried to give their opponents at least one goal. Josh and Wendy will try and figure out if it was a good win and what does that mean for the rest of the tournament. Finally they'll discuss the LA Galaxy's US Open Cup Semifinal and who and where the team will play. They'll also tell you who could host the Open Cup Final and who you should be rooting for on the Eastern side of the bracket before getting you ready for the big game against the Portland Timbers on Saturday. Here's a hint: Josh is not feeling confident about the Galaxy's chances on the road. Thanks for joining us on Corner of the Galaxy and we hope we'll see you again very, very soon. Music Provided by Back Pocket Memory

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