The rise of the Spokane-based punk band, Itchy Kitty, from cat humor to a serious punk statement.
R. Turner is back, and just might have created his finest solo EP to date.
Mamiffer, a favorite at The Palace, returns again with a new record and EP rich in beauty, mystery, and meaning.
Russell James returns with a touching new EP exploring the dark corners of how to be a songwriter working in a time of isolation and heartache.
Time to talk about a favorite at The Palace, Spokane’s Indian Goat. Raw, sometimes brutal songs cut from the tradition of garage rock and punk blues.
Portland-based songwriter Sam Fowles (House of Angels) returns with his new band, Festival, a new EP, and a warm retro inspiration for these troubled times.
Russell James, a favorite at The Palace, is back with a new single, a new direction, and one new rule: no frills.
The Palace reviews the new record from Portland’s Bad Shadows from Resurrection Records & Hovercraft Records. They’re having too much fun!
The Palace reflects on the new record by Half Shadow, and the eternal mysticism of the wandering poet.
The Palace reviews a haunting debut EP from the Chicago-based band City of Djinn.