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Seattle label Suicide Squeeze has lasted two decades by treating artists like family, not business.
Take a whiff of the new Tacoma aroma—equal parts Marilyn Manson and flex-ready rap.
Will the Upstream Music Festival vitalize the local music industry and community, or simply piss it off?
On ‘To Venus From Mars,’ he can sing, he can rap, he can sing while he raps.
Closing this week with a bang, we look back on the electronic music series’ wild summer successes.
Best Open Mic: Skylark Cafe and Club
Best Race: Rock n Roll Marathon
Aside from his appearance on Clams Casino’s debut LP, the producer also pumped out two new records.
Best Place to Work: Sub Pop Records
Cobbled from entries in the band’s group dream journal, the new album is fittingly mysterious.
Seagaze Fest is attempting to spotlight the region’s psych, post-punk, and shoegaze scenes.
Our favorites this month came from Seattleites grasping for distinct new sounds.
The much-maligned festival showed signs of life this year, thanks in part to subversive locals.
For its 20th year, the annual rite of summer has loaded its Main Stage with dazzling acts. Here are the highlights.
For this festival’s featured performers, there’s power in numbers.
The supergroup makes a familiar yet bold statement on its debut EP.
Recorded in 2008, the album stands as a document of depression and friendship.
Kathleen Hanna returns with an exhilarating album and a band fully on board.
The 11-year-old electronic music gathering is suspending operations, but founder Sean Horton tells Seattle Weekly its legacy will live on.
The West Seattle native’s new EP ‘Fresh Cut Flowers’ is due out next month.