The new album from Omaha group The Mynabirds is a feminist pop gem, but what are we fighting for?
Lars speaks. Discover this man's vision for an international media empire.
Orion Walsh has a few opinions. Opinions about the end of the world, the Bible, war, oil. He's made an EP to communicate them.
On Sunday, Duffy’s played host to a small crowd focused intently on the sounds of Portland band Archeology and local folk favorite Smith’s Cloud.
HN's newest columnist asks: Does recording music train our ears, or does it ruin a lifetime of elitist conditioning? Also, how to make sure you don't have an ugly sonic baby.
A rich find of old local records at a radio station yields an ear-opening listening experience from forgotten gems.
"Being an out, queer woman, we're not the highest on the totem pole ... a lot of my life is controlled by male religious politics that don't really care to include me in things."
"I could never find the right 'darling,' and then I found Matt. ... And then we were like, 'We need drums.' So we found Robert at Ted and Wally's (ice cream shop). Ice cream brought us together."
There's nothing more aggravating for a music critic than a local record totally living up to its own zany hype.