Cate McGehee

The Encyclopedic Sets of T.Wan

Seattle’s most multifarious DJ finds her voice.

 

On the Labor, Ego, and Reward Behind IVVY’s ‘Safe Within’

For Madi Levine, dance music is no place for rock stars.

 

Au Collective Invites Everyone Into the Dance World

With the credo “You can’t be what you can’t see,” the group is taking on Eurocentrism via accessibility.

 

Sound Artist Jake Muir on Field Recording, Sampling, and Video Games

Performing this weekend at Corridor Festival, we take a look inside the artist’s ambient toolbox.

Annisa Amalia on the Niche Art of Live Show Visuals

From the gallery to the dance floor, Amalia is one of Seattle’s most exciting new media artists.

A World of Commerce Awaits in Tukwila

A short walk from light rail, the commercial center of the region’s immigrant community has a lot in store.

Zahara’s Tender R&B Debut Will Hold You Close This Winter

The Woodinville-born singer’s ‘Efflorescence’ showcases a strong new local voice.

MOTOR Invites Seattle Into the Wormhole With an Ambitious Summer Series

Closing this week with a bang, we look back on the electronic music series’ wild summer successes.

Premiere: Taylar Elizza Beth’s ‘Daisies’ Music Video Is a Whisper of Encouragement

The West Seattle native’s new EP ‘Fresh Cut Flowers’ is due out next month.

Seattle’s Queer and Trans Art Collective Lion’s Main Shows Teeth in Its New Show

Transience will explore themes of displacement, gentrification, and movement as well as liminal spaces and transitions—whether that’s gender or, as they put it, the process of “shitty punks” becoming functional human beings.

Get Down on the Dance Floor (Literally) at This Unusual Local Club Night

People drift in and out, chat, or meditate, and you might see someone popping a melatonin or asking if the bar has tea.