Mark Vickness: Prince William Sound single

This stand-alone single track, Prince William Sound, is a follow up to Mark Vickness’ debut album, Places, which received much critical acclaim. This haunting modern finger-style acoustic guitar-based track sends you into another world of hills and clouds as you escape and get lost in his cords. As the strings are plucked with purposeful delight,…

Garbage: Looking So Fine 20 Years Later

Garbage played their second US tour date for the Twenty Years Paranoid September 30th at Portland’s Roseland Theater. It’s no surprise this was another sold out date. Garbage has a big fan following and has always treated their fans with the utmost respect through the years. This tour is celebrating their second album, Version 2.0,…

Austin, Texas’ Very Own: American Dreamer

American Dreamer’s Sasha Klare-Ayvazian first became aware of folk and classical music when he heard his roommate play along to the cello to a few of his songs during his freshman year at Oberlin College in Cleveland, Ohio. Sasha attempted to create this sound in American Dreamer’s self-titled EP released in 2014. He continued to keep this…