Sampling an inexpensive margarita that’s actually good.
The Paris of Ballard rings one in.
The hard-livin’ Afghan Whigs reunite and rediscover their soul.
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Kristen Naranjo is happy to have moved to a mellower gig on the Hill.
How a remote south-of-SoDo chili shack became a star attraction.
Taco Del Mar’s rival defies chain expectations.
The unlikely conditioning of Alabama Shakes.
Serge Gainsbourg’s longtime girlfriend has always held her own.
The concurrent paths of Sleater-Kinney’s Carrie Brownstein and Helium’s Mary Timony intersect ferociously.
Distasteful detours forgiven, the band’s congregation remains faithful.
Kim Thayil on the band’s return to the studio, trip to the Gorge, and discovery of the Internet.
After a brief absence, doom rock–and YOB–are bigger than ever.
Seth Bogart knows what it’s like to have his heart broken by a dude.
Joel Schneider’s parents didn’t let him listen to rock and roll. Now he’s making some of the best in the city with My Goodness.
Including Ace of Spades, Metallica, and Lemmy: 49% Motherfucker, 51% Son of a Bitch.
The owner of the Feedback Lounge didn’t make West Seattle home, the neighborhood made him.
Two of psych-rock’s finest join forces at the Showbox.
The neo-soul outfit has the provider of cheap leases and 100,000-mile warranties to thank for its ubiquity.
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The Woods, NPR, and Wild Fang.
The Sleater-Kinney vocalist pens a recession-era solo record.