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VARIOUS ARTISTSOffshore Presents Troubled Water Mixed by Clever(Offshore/ Single Cell)The last genre where any nondiehard looks for decent records these days is drum and bass,… Continue reading
Seattle Weekly: You started Talkdemonic by yourself, right?Kevin O'Connor (programmer/drummer): Yeah, in spring 2003. I bought a Yamaha R7000—it's kind of like an [Akai] MPC3000… Continue reading
Often, power-pop fans are hilarious. Only a confirmed Pollyanna or an extremely sloppy thinker would have imagined Teenage Fanclub taking over college radio, much less… Continue reading
A mix-CD-cum-guide to the second annual Decibel Festival.
A century ago, absinthe was banned in the U.S. and France. Now it's the hippest drink in Seattle—if you can find it.
Seattle Weekly: Given how visible your pop-rock band, the Catch, has become locally since it began four-and-a-half years ago, it's sort of surprising that Get… Continue reading
Seattle Weekly: You recorded a lot of your new album, Sun, Sun, Sun [Sub Pop], on the road. What are the advantages of motel-room acoustics… Continue reading
Does the demise of Pioneer Square's last remaining independent artists' building signal the end of Seattle's arts community as we know it?
The Hi-Score Arcade hosts a post-teenage Atari riot.
Surveying the sounds of summer.
A massive Richard Pryor reissue brings the pain.
John Prine rebounds from cancer with a triumphant collection of country duets.
Seattle Weekly: Your new album, Twin Cinema (Matador), sounds rawer and more garagey than the first two New Pornographers albums, 2000's Mass Romantic and 2003's… Continue reading
A pair of pre-war compilations highlight American pop at its most forward-looking.
VARIOUS ARTISTSHeaven Must Have Sent You: The Holland/Dozier/Holland Story(Hip-O)Motown's primary architects besides Berry Gordy and Smokey Robinson were staff writer/producers Lamont Dozier and brothers Brian… Continue reading
Light briefly shines on a dark continent.
Seattle's best rock band floats like butterflies and stings like Sick Bees.
Exploring pre-genius Ray Charles.
Gordon Raphael left Seattle to get famous. Now he isas the Strokes' producer.
Seattle Weekly plays Jukebox Jury with the Supersuckers.