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.
GUEST REVIEW for The Palace by blogger EJ Olsen (We Are Mirrors) about the solo songwriting of R. Turner (Buffet).
The Palace explores the idea of a new record that’s NOT loved by its creator.
The Palace reviews the new record from Faith Coloccia (Mára, Mamiffer, House of Low Culture), songwriter, composer, and hermetic seeker.
The Palace explores the three new solo albums by John Van Deusen, formerly of The Lonely Forest.