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A Big Northwest Talent and A Haunting New Video

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After decades of album releases and touring, Northwest artist Big Monti Amundson releases his first official video – and it’s worth the wait.

The Great Hiatum

Members of The Great Hiatum

The Great Hiatum is truly a band that brings many different styles to whatever venue they perform at. A local band from Eugene, this group seeks to get you off of your seat and dancing.

Small Joys

The Small Joys. Photo Courtesy of Small Joys

The Small Joys are an indie band from the northwest that feature Olivia Rae on vocals, Michael Stein on bass, and Dan K on the guitar.

Rare Monk

The crew of Rare Monk getting set for a gig. Photo courtesy of Rare Monk.

Rare Monk is an indie band from Portland, Oregon that dabbles with numerous instruments to create a great fusion of music that can experiment with a wide range of genres all at one time.

The Twangshifters

The Twangshifters. Photo courtesy of damagedesign.org

The Twangshifters are one of the more refreshing bands that bring an interesting yet classic take on the rockabilly genre of music.

Macklemore and Ryan Lewis

To say that Macklemore and Ryan Lewis have taken the northwest by storm would be an understatement.

Macklemore and Ryan Lewis have taken the northwest by storm since partnering up in 2010. Before then, however, Macklemore had already established himself as one of the brightest young hip-hop artists and is still considered as such. With his popularity higher than ever, Macklemore is looking to revitalize and reintroduce meaning to hip-hop.

Betty and the Boy

Betty and the Boy Photography courtesey Fallen Apple Photography

A variety of sounds can be heard in their original compositions including mandolin, harmonica and violin. While most of their material is centered around love and loss, Jaeger’s voice is hauntingly pristine.

Blue Lotus

Courtesy Blue Lotus Facebook Page

This Eugene-based psychedelic jam band formed in 2011 through a chance encounter at the Oregon Country Fair.

We Have Guns

We Have Guns Photo Courtesy WHG Reverb Nation Page

Well known in their underground metal circles, this band released their first, self-titled CD September 2011. They have been been compared to the apocalyptic metal band Ramallah for their “eerie melodic aggressive music.”

Dubious

Dubious

This Eugene-based groove funk band has been in the spotlight for a number of years as local favorites. Dubious were finalists with the 2009 KNRQ Last Band Standing competition, with their song Aileen Aileen, which also appears on the 2010 Next Big Thing Music Compilation CD

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