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The Harmed Brothers and Morehouse Barbers team up for “In The Wind” video

Way back around 2009, when The Harmed Brothers were still in their infancy, Eugene-based percussionist Adan Morehouse received a phone call from North Carolina. It was Ray Vietti on the phone, saying that they’d like him to join the band, and that they needed him immediately to hit the road with them. He had played in a band that had opened for them a few times, and had struck up a friendship with Ray and Alex Salcid
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New Fernando Video | Oregon Music Hall of Fame Induction

On Saturday, October 8, Fernando Viciconte will be inducted into the Oregon Music Hall of Fame. To celebrate, we are releasing a special animated video that Trizz Studio (Barcelona) lovingly created for “Save Me”, the lead track off of 2015’s Leave The Radio On. The video explores the soul and essence of a young boy’s inner creative battles. The boy protagonist, is a sensitive, young child who
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Fernando releases official video for “Save Me”

As Fernando’s 2015 release, Leave the Radio On, was coming together one thing was clear early on in the process. This was going to be a different record for the Argentine-born troubador, best known for his velvety voice and tex-mex, country-tinged rock and roll laments. The 5 years that had passed since 2010’s widely heralded True Instigator had been filled with health problems (a misdiagnosed hiatal hern
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Mike Coykendall releases “Hard Landing” official video

On July 17, Mike Coykendall released his latest record, Half Past, Present Pending via Fluff and Gravy Records. American Standard Time calls it “a slice of seriously fuzzy, spaced-out folk music”, which seems a pretty accurate description. Today, we are happy to present the first video from the record, for the ballad “Hard Landing”. The video was produced by Coykendall and long-time friend (and fellow Portland musici
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Catherine Feeny and Chris Johnedis on OPB Music

Check out Catherine Feeny and Chris Johnedis as they play a live session at OPB Music. You watch the live videos, read the interview, and download the live tracks here.  
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Catherine Feeny and Chris Johnedis announce debut on Fluff and Gravy Records, 4/21/15

Acclaimed songwriter Catherine Feeny met jazz drummer Chris Johnedis after recording her rebellious fourth solo album. She had just come back from the Occupy Wall Street protests in New York, and he was returning from 2 years of working and studying in Thailand. The two hit it off, and Johnedis helped translate the varied rhythms of “America” — which ran the gamut between vintage drum machine sounds and captured fiel
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2 Things I Should Have Done – New Drunken Prayer Video

Drunken Prayer continues their video onslaught for House of Morgan, with their most recent visual home-made offering for the tracks Things I Shud’v Done/Things I Should Have Done. This is Drunken Prayer at their finest – diy, balls to the wall punk blues, and slide guitar that feels like it’s about to rip the skin off of your forehead. Enjoy!            
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Kevin Lee Florence – Goodbye, Goodbye

Wishing Kevin Lee Florence safe travels as he takes the show on a West Coast roadtrip this week. Check out this video of Kevin playing “Goodbye, Goodbye” in a van, from his debut lop, Given, with guitarist Danny Donnelly. And be sure to check out the upcoming LA and San Francisco shows, where Kevin will be accompanied by Evan Way of Parson Red Heads! 11/19 – Sliver Lake Lounge – Los Angeles 11
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Jeffrey Martin’s Dogs in the Daylight available August 19

Back in 2012, Devon Leger in No Depression wrote “(Jeffery Martin) is an incredibly rare find among today’s glut of singer-songwriters: a songwriter whose songs are immediately affecting. These are the kind of songs that can change you.” Shortly after, Jeffrey was selected to perform at the NPR Mountain Stage New Song Contest in New York City.  Since then, he has been touring relentlessly, earning opening slots for t
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New Drunken Prayer Video – “Heigh-Ho (Nobody Home)”

Drunken Prayer continues their House of Morgan video series with their version “Heigh-Ho (Nobody Home)”. The traditional song is a 16th century English madrigal that’s rumored to scare away the demons of hard times. It was often sung as a children’s carol at Christmas. The original tracks were recorded in December, 2011 live at KXCI in Tucson, AZ, with mandolin and backing vocals by W.C. Beck.  
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