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One of Seattle's fastest-rising rock bands Go Wrong in all the right ways.
Reissuing James Brown reissues.
Seattle Weekly: You guys are originally from St. Paul, Minn. What are the key differences between St. Paul and Minneapolis?Paul Sprangers (guitar/vocals): It's an intangible… Continue reading
Jay-Z's tour doc is overshadowed by his manager.
A squirrelly new EP. Religion. Life-size dolls. What have Seattle power duo the Sick Bees been up to for the past five years?
The friend with whom I saw Kiki & Herb on Sat., Dec. 17, at the Moore Theatre overheard the following exchange during intermission, between a… Continue reading
How a Seattle tech company created the entire archive of the country's best magazine—for $100.
Reissues, compilations, box sets, and retrospectives for the holiday season.
Mouse on Mars and Jake Mandell come out of their bedrooms and play.
Last Thursday, Oct. 6, I arrived at the office to a computer whose hard drive had spontaneously combusted overnight, taking several important pieces of work… Continue reading
A new CD set defines 'classic rock' once and for all.
Idem, $19.95THE '40S SAXOPHONIST, bandleader, and songwriter Louis Jordan spent 106 weeks at the top of Billboard's R&B chart—more than Michael Jackson, James Brown, or… Continue reading
The curse of the songwriters songwriter.
Cardboard CD cases, fake DJs, and pink pleather guitars: presenting Imputor?, Seattle's most intriguing record label.
Not going all the way with Belle and Sebastian.
Talking with deadpan comedian Todd Barry.