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Those two pairs of white dots are Orbital.It's possible that Orbital could never have lived up to my expectations from having wanted to see them… Continue reading
An unlikely nightclub prize emerges on Capitol Hill.
From the New York Times:The rock musician Amanda Palmer says she is giving a gift to her fans by inviting those who play strings, saxophone… Continue reading
Jim BennettDiplo/Major LazerIf Friday's relatively light crowd had anyone worried that a few early clouds or this year's possibly more modestly scaled (or neighborhood-friendly?) line-up… Continue reading
Suzi PrattFather John MistyFor real though, Julia and Todd here have already mentioned Father John Misty and Nacho Picasso, but I'm gonna talk about them… Continue reading
Major Lazer: *Real* *authentic* dance-hall, straight from the heart.After yesterday's rant against the retro soul and indie folk trends, as represented by Capitol Hill Block… Continue reading
EDM madness hits billionaires, teenagers, and the Northwest.
Last week, the New York Times announced that pop cultural essayist/hair metal salvaging rock critic (and author of Sex, Drugs, and Cocoa Puffs) Chuck Klosterman… Continue reading
Four more groups of doom and gloom.
Haunted Horses leads the charge of overcast music for the bright days ahead.
Aganist Me!'s Tom GabelBy now, you've probably read the news via Rolling Stone that Against Me! singer Tom Gabel has come out as transgender and… Continue reading
Master chef Sonny MooreLast year, Bumbershoot teamed up with Decibel Festival to launch Bumbershoot After Dark, an electronic after-party for Seattle's biggest music festival. But… Continue reading
Indie rock has long had a place on Comedy Central's satirical right wing broadcast the Colbert Report--from Stephen Colbert's challenging the Decemberists to a green-screen… Continue reading
I've been thinking about another side to the story on Seattle's current crop of small venue spaces in this month's Reverb Monthly ("Little Big Rooms"),… Continue reading
From basements and back bars to lofts and storefronts, small is the new big in Seattle nightlife.
I was a couple hours into a pretty serious pot cookie by the time the Superbowl XFCVGFLI halftime show started. To the point where I… Continue reading
"A lot of people's girlfriends are in there." -the New YorkerLook at these guys! You don't have to be Sasha Frere-Jones to know that these… Continue reading
No offense, but Thom Yorke's lazy eye and Radiohead's increasingly ponderous noodling are mainstays of the touring circuit, and while it's good news they're not… Continue reading
miss u, Dharma InitiativeYesterday, Pitchfork-affiliated blog Altered Zones–a sort of clearinghouse for
miss u, Dharma InitiativeYesterday, Pitchfork-affiliated blog Altered Zones--a sort of clearinghouse for chillwave, witchouse, and other marginal lo-fi or experimental genres--announced it would be shutting… Continue reading
"Nothing is the News" by Damien Jurado by DOJAGSCTo his inestimable credit, Damien Jurado hasn't shied away from reinventing himself over the course of his… Continue reading