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An amalgamation of the English word “you” and the Spanish word “tú,” the record lives in two worlds.
The stark, animated video from local artist Annisa Amalia finds power in simplicity.
Rob Castro’s new YouTube channel wants to showcase local artists in their natural element.
With their new album, the Seattle mainstays don’t change the formula, but build on their history.
Pegadeth, Bujemane, Dude York, and Crater helped us shred through the snow days.
Headliners Flying Lotus, AlunaGeorge and Shabazz Palaces are joined by a huge, diverse cast of locals.
What does ‘Majora’s Mask’ and the band’s Hardly Art debut have in common? Fun—and impending dread.
One of Tacoma hip-hop’s most talented is calling it a day for rap.
The Seattle songwriter conjures intensity through an unsettling quietude.
At 81, the Estonian composer Arvo Pärt walks his own quiet path, but has captivated the world into following him.
In quarterly meetings at City Hall, music luminaries talk sonic civics. Here’s what’s on the docket.
After experiencing high highs and tragic lows, the rapper is gearing up to release his lush magnum opus.
Don’t miss new albums coming from Taylar Elizza Beth, Mount Eerie, Bujemane, Dude York, and Sisters.
Through a fire, ‘At the Bottom of the Ocean.’
Seattle’s Michete and guest Shamir drop a deliciously angry pop anthem.
The rapper’s new EP, ‘Everything Before Was Practice,’ is a testament to the scene’s rich, varied sounds.
Responsible for crafting the Seattle hip-hop sound in the ’90s, the duo is ending its hiatus.
Tile Plazas, DJ NHK Guy, and Breeze helped us bump it through Trump this month.
Sassyblack and Taylar Elizza Beth kick off an exciting new performance series at the Laser Dome.
There’s a good reason the black-metal heavyweight’s new record sounds so Northwestern.