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Bid farewell to Fly Moon Royalty, support The Globalist, see Henry Rollins’ spoken word and more.
The relic from the days of Tacoma’s dreams as a ‘Hollyood-by-the-Sea’ shows at Northwest Film Forum.
Talking electronic civil disobedience with Town Hall’s artist-in-residence and creator of Chat Room.
Five albums for the curious fan on your list.
A garbage month. But Bujemane, Guayaba, Moving Pictures, and New Information made it a bit better.
Interest in Cascadia has reached a new high. Now, proponents have to articulate what it truly means.
The Fantagraphics author’s new graphic novella continues her brilliant bleak streak.
Don’t drink the Seattle haterade—listen to Remember Face, Nail Polish, Trans FX, and Benoît Pioulard.
Tlingit meets funk with Preston Singletary and the late Funkadelic keyboardist Bernie Worrell.
Seattle’s most #Authentic band.
The most interesting VR developers in town aren’t making video games—they want to make us more human.
In a cross-continental exchange, Teatro Zinzanni is hosting the Big Apple’s best cabaret performers.
From Altura to Vendemmia.
Seattle Comics Journalist Sarah Glidden’s New Graphic Novel Isn’t Afraid to Admit Journalism Is Weird
‘Rolling Blackouts’ follows the author and her peers at ‘The Globalist’ through Syria, Iraq, and Turkey.
J’Von, Freaks of Nature, CC Dust, and Swooning stood out by paring it down.
Featuring cosmic funk, outré hip-hop, and a cosmology equal parts Carl Sagan and Carl Jung.
Challenged by an industry and a neighborhood in constant flux, Glazer’s Camera widens its scope.
The young imprint showcases local underground club producers with a penchant for bodied bangers.
The Seattle animator’s debut feature-length film is trippy, hilarious, and strangely meditative.
Context for these albums lie outside Seattle’s core, up and down the Salish Sea.