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They may sing about getting stoned and eating Cheetos, but the members of Great Grandpa are anything but slackers.
“It’s not a happy album at all.”
Getting mathy and hazy with the local label’s newest releases.
An amalgamation of the English word “you” and the Spanish word “tú,” the record lives in two worlds.
With their new album, the Seattle mainstays don’t change the formula, but build on their history.
From WWE-Style mutations to lucha libre, Seattle is experiencing an indie-wrestling renaissance.
The SoDo-based organization will provide physical releases for up-and-coming artists, for free.
The band takes cues from Alan Moore’s ‘Swamp Thing’ on its new record, ‘Red World.’
Punk partners for 20 years, Jason Clackley and Gavin Tiemeyer’s new record looks back on hard times.
‘A Revolution You Can Dance To’ Revisits Olympia’s ’90s Underground Music Explosion
After starting a customizable eBay song-for-sale business, the Seattle musician took it on the road.
With the addition of two live drummers, Terence Ankeny’s DJ sets go from transfixing to mesmerizing.
Seattle label Suicide Squeeze has lasted two decades by treating artists like family, not business.
Aside from his appearance on Clams Casino’s debut LP, the producer also pumped out two new records.
Cobbled from entries in the band’s group dream journal, the new album is fittingly mysterious.
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.
The Olympia-via-Phoenix songwriter reimagines his past on ‘Anagrams.’
Tomo Nakayama and Jeremy Enigk perform together this weekend, an especially apt pairing.
Just because you don’t have a car doesn’t mean summer is lost.