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Much older man, much younger woman.
Admiration is nice. At the very least, it can get your foot in the door. I've admired Blue Scholars since I first heard them, last… Continue reading
A conversation with Bob Mould.
Seattle Weekly: As Boom Bap Project, you, DJ Scene, and Destro have been around Seattle's hip-hop scene for a few years, but your new album,… Continue reading
Seattle Weekly: You've just self-published a book, Rakim Told Me: Hip-Hop Wax Facts, Straight From the Original Artists—the '80s, featuring interviews with 21 hip-hop artists… Continue reading
"This is a song my dad and I wrote in the late '60s," Brian Wilson helpfully offered four songs into the first half of his… Continue reading
Unlike last year, Bumberclub 2000's dance lineup is focused primarily on homegrown talent. That means no special guest stars from the UK like Swayzak or… Continue reading
About what you'd expect at Playboy's 50th anniversary bash.
Mr. Mxyzptlk, Dzdsgdseszrh (Red Kryptonite) Yes, the rumors are true: Criminal irritant and Superman villain Mr. Mxyzptlk has forsaken his life of crime to follow… Continue reading
Jay-Z, ringtones, and the limits of the remix.
The Fiery Furnaces, with special guest— their grandmother.
Europe's superclub all-stars mix it up on the Global Underground series.
Sonic Youth connect the dots between underground music of all stripes.
Battling spring breakers and getting housed in Miami.
Seattle Weekly plays Jukebox Jury with Ann Powers and Eric Weisbard of the EMP Pop Music Studies Conference.
An imaginary Grateful conversation.
America's most dedicated drum-and-bass DJ converts one dancer at a time.
Turning the rock scene raveward with United State of Electronica.