The following Portland acts are among those listed in the Pandora catalogue:

As Fast As: "mild rhythmic syncopation, extensive vamping, major key tonality, dirty electric guitar riffs, and vocal harmonies"

Cerberus Shoal: "mellow rock instrumentation, punk influences, folk influences, heavy use of vocal harmonies, and paired vocal harmony"

Cindy Bullens: "repetetive melodic phrasins, a vocal-centric aesthetic, minor key tonality"

Paranoid Social Club: "electric rock instrumentation, mild rhythmic syncopation, extensive vamping, major key tonality, and electric guitar riffs"

Ray LaMontagne: "mild rhythmic syncopation, a vocal-centric aesthetic, a clear focus on recording studio production, major key tonality, and a breathy male lead vocalist"

Rustic Overtones: "mild rhythmic syncopation, a busy horn section, a vocal-centric aesthetic, major key tonality"

Seekonk: "a vocal-centric aesthetic, a good dose of acoustic guitar pickin', acoustic rhythm guitars, vocal harmonies"

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