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On You Can Call Me Papa, the electronic artist delves into dreams, fate, and femininity.
The instrumentals were born amid three relationships, but the lyrics came after they crumbled.
DoNormaal, Shabazz Palaces and Heavy Petting’s new ones have layers upon layers upon layers.
The denizens of Seattle’s DIY spaces say the new economy is making it harder to host the kind of shows that foster young bands and create space for marginalized music fans.
Second record, Third Daughter.
Amid concerns of a growing fascist presence in local clubs, bookers, bartenders, and musicians are swapping strategies to stop hate.
The rapper and ThraxxHouse forerunner’s latest is meant to be played loudly.
Heatwarmer’s “American Dog” is an indisputable visual masterpiece.
The enigmatic, mythologized leader of Shabazz Palaces discusses his very human life in Seattle.
They may sing about getting stoned and eating Cheetos, but the members of Great Grandpa are anything but slackers.
Music befitting Junuary’s tropical depression.
‘I Was Made to Be Like Her’ emerged from visions, and charts a future path for psych as a form.
AT YOUR DOOR, the best local record of the year thus far, has its roots all over the globe.
The local indie band is packing its bags and heading to L.A.
What started as a high school Myspace page has blossomed into a vital force in the Seattle scene.
The R&B/soul singer flaunts a confident, sultry new sound on her new album.
The annual community gathering featured some of the best hip-hop in town.
The group plays with cacti and candle wax in a tactile visual outing.
The vinyl-only compilation documents 14 artists from the city’s stacked scene.
The tune itself was already a trip, but wait until you see the music video.