Michaelangelo Matos

Paramount Theatre

Paramount Theatre

"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

Paramount Theatre
Paramount Theatre

Paramount Theatre

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

Paramount Theatre
Author Moss behind the lens.

Peep Show Story

Looking for literary inspiration this Valentine's Day? Seattle sex writer/blogger Pagan Moss tells how she broke into print.

Author Moss behind the lens.

Pencils ready . . .

Geeks gather in a parking lot for Rhino's Musical Aptitude Test.

Peter Hook at Neumo's

Peter Hook at Neumo’s

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

Peter Hook at Neumo's
And this button will make them dance.

Phantom menace

Surfing the sine waves with Plastiq Phantom.

And this button will make them dance.
He's a Plastikman: Richie Hawtin

Plastik fantastik

Richie Hawtin reanimates the DJ-mix CD and stretches his own musical parameters.

He's a Plastikman: Richie Hawtin
3CE makes music the old-fashioned way at the Podcast Hotel.

Pod People

Participants in a local 'unconference' ponder the future of digital music and video.

3CE makes music the old-fashioned way at the Podcast Hotel.
After nearly two decades, Mudhoney are still amalgamating Stooges riffs and Alice Cooper yowls into a grimy, instantly recognizable sound. They celebrate the issue of their seventh album at Crocodile Cafe on March 17.

Pop Calendar

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

After nearly two decades, Mudhoney are still amalgamating Stooges riffs and Alice Cooper yowls into a grimy, instantly recognizable sound. They celebrate the issue of their seventh album at Crocodile Cafe on March 17.
Pop Clients

Pop Clients

Seattle Weekly plays Jukebox Jury with Mylab's Wayne Horvitz and Tucker Martine.

Pop Clients
Caro turns up at the Decibel Festival, Sept. 22–25.

Pop Music Favorites and Calendar

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

Caro turns up at the Decibel Festival, Sept. 22–25.
Snatched: Del Toro as Franky Four Fingers.

Pulp training

Guy Ritchie's newest romps gaily through the '90s.

Snatched: Del Toro as Franky Four Fingers.

Remastery

Among those feeling oppressed by the cultural hegemony of the '60s (and considering that horribly mummified "500 Greatest Albums" list Rolling Stone just published, who… Continue reading

Restless Farewell

Prince, "La, La, La Means Eye Love U" (N.P.G./EMI; 1996).R.E.M., "New Test Leper" (Warner Bros.; 1996)."Suikinkutsu Water Chime" (Virgin AMBT; 1996).Peshay, "The Real Thing (90… Continue reading

Bob Dylan in the early '60s.

Restless Hello

Bob Dylan revisits the world that made him—in the world he remade.

Bob Dylan in the early '60s.
Music makes him lose control: Jacques Lu Cont.

Rhythmeking

Les Rhythmes Digitales is gonna make you sweat.

Music makes him lose control: Jacques Lu Cont.
Ride a Cowboy (or Two)

Ride a Cowboy (or Two)

Big & Rich's summer singles.

Ride a Cowboy (or Two)

Riding the current

The harsh social and political realities behind Africa's heavenly rhythms.

Robert Glasper Trio at Tula's

Robert Glasper Trio at Tula’s

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

Robert Glasper Trio at Tula's

Rockabilly Landslides and Electronic Close Calls: The Music Awards

In band polls, as in politics, it's all about getting out the vote.