Portugal. The Man

Watch The Hives, Portugal The Man and Grouplove go head-to-head in Australian Trivia

January 27, 2022

As we celebrate 30 years since the first Big Day Out in Australia, we’ve dug out some never before seen footage from the 2014 Big Day Out in Sydney. It was held on Australia Day, 26th January 2014, so we thought we’d ask 3 bands playing that year – The Hives, Grouplove and Portugal The […]

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This new Podcast will help you travel vicariously while living in self-isolation

March 26, 2020

Last week, the new Australian podcast Portland Unpacked dropped, hosted by Faustina Agolley. The series takes listeners on a comprehensive tour of the U.S. city of Portland. Who would have known though that when they were making the six episode series that it would arrive in our lives just as international travel has been forced […]

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Mumford & Sons and Portugal. The Man bring cheerleaders, c-bombs & confetti to Portland’s NBA home

August 7, 2019

Mumford & Sons kicked off their North American tour this week, with Portland-based Portugal. The Man opening things up for the first run of shows. This made last night’s show at Moda Center – the second of the run – a hometown show for the supports. Indeed, given how big they are here, it felt […]

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Photo Gallery: Lollapalooza Day Four ft Jack White, What So Not, Portugal the Man, Manchester Orchestra and more

August 7, 2018

Lollapalooza wrapped up in Chicago on Sunday with performances from the likes of Jack White, What So Not, Portugal the Man, Manchester Orchestra, Anderson East, Lykke Li, Morgan Saint, Superorganism, Rainbow Kitten Surprise and Mikky Ekko. Our photographer Taylor Mithelman was on ground and brings us back these photos!

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Review: The Killers show everyone how it’s done on the first day of Boston Calling

May 28, 2018

Boston Calling kicked off the weekend to a mid-sized crowd on a hot, windy day, which gave me major flashbacks to the Big Day Out and Falls Festivals past. Within the first ten minutes I was sweaty, covered in dirt, and had sneezed about a hundred times. But if you don’t get a little grimy and […]

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Live Review: After skipping Sunrise, Portugal. The Man rocks Sydney’s Enmore Theatre to its core

May 1, 2018

I first became familiar with Portugal. The Man almost ten years ago, off the back of their fourth LP The Satanic Satanist. Since then, I’ve seen them grow into one of the most in-demand bands in the world. Their latest album, Woodstock – their eighth and first in four years – has easily been their […]

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Groovin the Moo lands Paul Kelly, Royal Blood, Lady Leshurr & more for 2018 tour

January 30, 2018

As one of the only remaining Australian touring festivals still enjoying successes year in and year out, Groovin the Moo is an example of an event that knows its market, knows its formula for success, and knows how to execute it each year. With a line up that appeals to the younger, first-time festival demographic, as […]

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Album Review: Portugal. The Man – Woodstock (2017 LP)

June 23, 2017

We’ve had a week now to sink our teeth into the eighth album from American group Portugal. The Man, an outfit I’ve been listening to now for almost a decade. Their evolution from 2009’s The Satanic Satanist to 2013’s Evil Friends is a remarkable one – seeing the group catapulted from unknowns to one of […]

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Interview: Portugal. The Man’s Zach Carothers on Woodstock & self-loathing’s role in a creative process

June 23, 2017

Zach Carothers is recovering from a heavy night out in Chicago when he gets put on the phone to me. It was record release day for Portugal. The Man in Australia during our interview, but for Americans, they still had a few hours to get through. Still, Carothers is game for a delve into the new […]

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U2 kick off Bonnaroo in their first ever American festival appearance; all the highlights from night one in Tennessee

June 11, 2017

For just the second time in their iconic career, U2 played a music festival last night (and their first in the US) and what resulted was a night the crowd of seventy thousand plus will never forget. The 16th edition of Bonnaroo swung into full gear on Friday with U2 as the main attraction. The […]

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Four Non-Headliners You Can’t Miss at Bonnaroo 2017

June 7, 2017

It is that time of the year again. The sun is out, bands are out on the road, and crowds of all ages are tracking across the United States for the greatest concert acts in the world! Ah yes, it is festival season! Coachella has come and gone with memorable shows by Radiohead, Kendrick Lamar […]

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