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Post-Trump, as artists re-evaluate their political efficacy, two punks already provided a blueprint.
Flouting industry norms, the rapper played nearly 100 Seattle shows in 2016. The city showed up.
Our music critics on the Seattle-area sleeper albums that didn’t get the love they truly deserved.
The Artist Home co-founder wants a city that thinks and sings, and serves up a decent burrito.
Capitol Hill’s mystic rocker shares her wants for the season.
A covert artist is inviting local experimental musicians to flip the Golden Record into new sounds.
The Woodinville-born singer’s ‘Efflorescence’ showcases a strong new local voice.
GIFs from Filson Ballard’s very Filson-y launch party.
In the form of a poem.
Five albums for the curious fan on your list.
The Afro-Cuban-inspired ‘Black Trash/White House’ is an entomological ode to self-acceptance.
A garbage month. But Bujemane, Guayaba, Moving Pictures, and New Information made it a bit better.
It’s already great.
The local hip-hop artist’s new record is a confident stride towards an ascendant selfhood.
Hailing from Hawaii, the band moved to Seattle and took it by storm before decamping once again.
The SoDo-based organization will provide physical releases for up-and-coming artists, for free.
Proceeds from Sol’s upcoming show will go toward rebuilding 10 Haitian schools lost in the storm.
Redmond-native Seb Choe’s latest is a musical salad worth picking apart.
“Come Through, It’s Lit.”
The Tacoma rapper’s latest makes a case for the PNW’s inclusion in the West Coast rap canon.