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Seattle Weekly: You're originally from Seattle, right?Michelle Bishop: I grew up in Bothell, just north of Seattle, and went to Bothell High School and [to]… Continue reading
So you're in your little room, and you're working on something good. But if it's really good, you're gonna need a bigger room. And what… Continue reading
Seattle Weekly: Your new album, Menos el Oso [Suicide Squeeze], sounds pretty emotional, but some of the song titles are fairly goofy—"The Game Needed Me,"… Continue reading
Seattle Weekly plays jukebox jury with Sir Mix-a-Lot.
Hello! Kento Oiwa and Michiko Swiggs originally hail from Japan. "We both ended up in Olympia to go to Evergreen, like most people do," Swiggs… Continue reading
DJ Nasir finds and spreads the beat-driven cure.
The Sea Navy is a guy with an electric guitar, a drum machine, lyrics like, "I'm never gonna be a motivation" (rhymes with "inspiration"), and… Continue reading
A Minneapolis band explores the underworld and redeems the concept album.
Atmosphere reclaim hip-hop's introspective side—hold the vegetables.
A night on the town with dance-scene veteran Groovin' Kim.
An MP3 CDR of the year's reissues.
Cuckoo in a little while.
A DJ battle is a little like a Home Run Derby for people who hate sports. Pyrotechnical display, gratuitous spectacle, the ever-present myth of heroic,… Continue reading
A New York chef serves up a restaurant memoir with all the trimmings.
Current Canuck concert cinema.