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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.
Hydrate yourself before wading through these exhaustive, sizzling listings.
If you’re making the festival rounds this season, don’t miss this fresh regional talent.
A new coalition is petitioning Vulcan to commit to equitable development in the Central District.
Comic artist Max Clotfelter walks us through a brief history of the region’s reigning weirdo music fest.
This month’s best were messy masterpieces for messy times.
A new petition outlines four ways that Vulcan can “truly preserve Seattle art, music and culture.”
On ‘Tether,’ the mutant pop duo tackles the service industry, Frappuccinos, and a commodified Seattle.
The band stretches their skills with some help from Veruca Salt on their new EP.
Academic music types will gather to chat about house music, tunes in the Reagan and Obama eras, and more.
From Toto’s Africa on an Africa picturedisc to Prince’s “Batdance,” we present the best of the weird.
“It’s not a happy album at all.”
With more than double the number of artists than last year’s Bumbershoot, Upstream looks enormous.
Customs founder Allen Huang is moving to Taipei, but for other locals, leaving the U.S. is complicated.
The ringside story of the multibillion dollar battle between an upstart band and the rock industry’s high-tech ticket monopoly.
On the eve of the band’s induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, an exploration of how each helped make the band what it is today.