I haven't seen the March issue of Paste Magazine, so I don't know anything about this. But I hear-tell our fair city is the subject of an article titled: "After the Goldrush: Does Seattle's Music Scene Still Matter?" Hoo boy. Anyone seen/read this and know what it's about? I can't find it online anywhere.
But I'm guessing the strikes against us are:
1. The Crocodile's closed
2. Isaac Brock hasn't lived here in, like, a decade
4. Grunge died when Sub Pop signed the Shins (Ha!)