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"I was in a room with Chuck Berry once," Elvis Costello told Esquire's Tom Junod in a "What I've Learned" profile a few years ago.… Continue reading
Originally, the idea was that I'd review the Bob Dylan/Merle Haggard shows at the Paramount Theatre on Tuesday, March 8, and Wednesday, March 9—I figured… Continue reading
Looking for literary inspiration this Valentine's Day? Seattle sex writer/blogger Pagan Moss tells how she broke into print.
Geeks gather in a parking lot for Rhino's Musical Aptitude Test.
The oldies circuit is seldom fun for the people on it. You hit the casinos or dinner theaters, and run through your hits for an… Continue reading
Surfing the sine waves with Plastiq Phantom.
Richie Hawtin reanimates the DJ-mix CD and stretches his own musical parameters.
Participants in a local 'unconference' ponder the future of digital music and video.
Dates subject to change. Call ahead to verify.JANUARY31 OF MONTREAL Who'd have guessed that this psych-pop conglomeration would outlast their Elephant 6 peers, much less… Continue reading
Seattle Weekly plays Jukebox Jury with Mylab's Wayne Horvitz and Tucker Martine.
Decibel Festival The second annual go-round of this locally oriented electronic dance music blowout has a scrumptious menu: Seattle stars Caro, Bruno Pronsato, Jeff Samuel,… Continue reading
Guy Ritchie's newest romps gaily through the '90s.
Bob Dylan revisits the world that made him—in the world he remade.
Les Rhythmes Digitales is gonna make you sweat.
Big & Rich's summer singles.
The harsh social and political realities behind Africa's heavenly rhythms.
Because I was bidding Steve Wiecking, our already-missed former associate editor, goodbye with karaoke around the corner at Bada (turns out I completely rule at… Continue reading
In band polls, as in politics, it's all about getting out the vote.