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‘A Revolution You Can Dance To’ Revisits Olympia’s ’90s Underground Music Explosion
“We Call it Murder,” speaks to the psychological damage images of brutality are having on children.
At the ‘Punk the Vote’ series, see tons of bands and register to vote for our next shred of state.
After starting a customizable eBay song-for-sale business, the Seattle musician took it on the road.
The Tacoma artist’s ‘Cage W/Mirrored Bars’ EP attempts to innovate, but lands in a noisy jumble.
The former THEESatisfaction frontwoman plans on keeping the show chill and focusing on the jams.
Stretching from San Francisco up to Van B.C., the compilation is a walk along our Western shores.
J’Von, Freaks of Nature, CC Dust, and Swooning stood out by paring it down.
Seattle Weekly’s 2009 ‘Best MC of the Year’ returns with a sobering new track.
The Seattle five-piece continues its journey into the dark recesses of your soul.
Nightspace’s sophomore release might be their creepiest yet.
Featuring cosmic funk, outré hip-hop, and a cosmology equal parts Carl Sagan and Carl Jung.
‘Disco Christ’ is a raw, emotional, uncategorizable work of self-exploration.
The animator/MC’s latest has a simple surface that belies its lyrical and structural complexity.
The young imprint showcases local underground club producers with a penchant for bodied bangers.
The brand new electronic festival’s lineup includes Derrick May, one of the inventors of techno.
Selfie sticks, breakdancing, and swaying to the sounds of Kero One, Awkwafina and Tomo Nakayama.
Michael Manahan’s new festival hopes to bridge the gap—but does that gap exist?
Offering local vinyl hounds a new hangout, with further proof of record retail’s vitality in Seattle.
‘Weekend at Fernie’s’ is the latest addition to the city’s new wave of hip-hop.