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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.
On “I Used to Spend So Much Time Alone,” the band explores post-loner life.
The Seattle band’s new album, “LoveJoys,” emerged as a creative purging of personal anxiety.
After playing a song hundreds of times, what happens when performers simply go blank?
The Seattle singer-songwriter’s new album was born “effortlessly” of a “spiritual experience.”
Directed by Anissa Amalia, “fuuuck // Dream” waltzes through an otherworldly realm.
The scene put out too many good albums, so get ready for a jumbo-sized edition of our roundup.
Navigating the massive lineup can be tricky—here are some of our favorites.
With its incredibly wide-scope and commitment to realness, Draze’s latest is a 2017 highlight.
The Seattle four-piece are the ‘anti-Metallica,’ but their new album is heavy in its own way.
Through his friendship and his example, the late singer pushed his peers to new heights.
The band’s long-awaited return at the Showbox was met with a rapt, adoring crowd.
KEXP welcomed hundreds of mourners to listen to the work of the late, great Seattle-born musician together.
The singer was found unresponsive in a hotel room following a Wednesday night concert.
Paul Allen’s new music festival was fun, but like the system that enables it, weird.
The 300-artist lineup is one of the most locally focused in the region—here’s who’s representing.
With mounting expenses, Folklife and Block Party at the Station wonder if they can go on.