Greg Scruggs

10 Years of Glam at SAM Remix

How a small side-program turned into one of the city’s most cosmopolitan events.

 

MoPop’s 2017 Pop Conference Gets Political

Academic music types will gather to chat about house music, tunes in the Reagan and Obama eras, and more.

 

It’s Carnival Time: A Seattle Primer

Mardi Gras is almost here—here’s how you can join in the fun.

 

So What Does the Seattle Music Commission Do, Anyway?

In quarterly meetings at City Hall, music luminaries talk sonic civics. Here’s what’s on the docket.

Where to Shop on the Hill for the Holidays

Commerce and culture meet in the ’hood that was made for merry meandering.

Typonexus is Bringing Outer Space to Seattle’s Underground

A covert artist is inviting local experimental musicians to flip the Golden Record into new sounds.

Suggested Gifts for the Outdoor Enthusiast

Great gifts for the great outdoors.

‘Pacific Waves’ Explores the Coast for a Distinctive Electronic Sound

Stretching from San Francisco up to Van B.C., the compilation is a walk along our Western shores.

Chance of Rain Announces First Wave of Performers

The brand new electronic festival’s lineup includes Derrick May, one of the inventors of techno.

For Seattle’s Electronic Music Community, the Post-Decibel Future Is Cloudy With a Chance of Rain

Michael Manahan’s new festival hopes to bridge the gap—but does that gap exist?

Decibel Festival Officially on ‘Extended Break’

The 11-year-old electronic music gathering is suspending operations, but founder Sean Horton tells Seattle Weekly its legacy will live on.