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Seattle’s most multifarious DJ finds her voice.
For Madi Levine, dance music is no place for rock stars.
With the credo “You can’t be what you can’t see,” the group is taking on Eurocentrism via accessibility.
Performing this weekend at Corridor Festival, we take a look inside the artist’s ambient toolbox.
From the gallery to the dance floor, Amalia is one of Seattle’s most exciting new media artists.
Rose Gold contains multitudes.
A short walk from light rail, the commercial center of the region’s immigrant community has a lot in store.
The Woodinville-born singer’s ‘Efflorescence’ showcases a strong new local voice.
“Come Through, It’s Lit.”
Closing this week with a bang, we look back on the electronic music series’ wild summer successes.
The West Seattle native’s new EP ‘Fresh Cut Flowers’ is due out next month.
Transience will explore themes of displacement, gentrification, and movement as well as liminal spaces and transitions—whether that’s gender or, as they put it, the process of “shitty punks” becoming functional human beings.
People drift in and out, chat, or meditate, and you might see someone popping a melatonin or asking if the bar has tea.
"Less like a music festival and more like a large-scale art installation.”That is how Corridor Festival organizer Kirsten Thom says she wants the one-day immersive… Continue reading
“Less like a music festival and more like a large scale art installation.”That is how Corridor Festival organizer Kirsten Thom says she wants the one-day… Continue reading
When it came to naming his Seattle-based electronica promotion collective, local DJ Allen Huang went international. “I like the idea of traveling as a function… Continue reading