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The local hip-hop artist’s new record is a confident stride towards an ascendant selfhood.
Hailing from Hawaii, the band moved to Seattle and took it by storm before decamping once again.
The SoDo-based organization will provide physical releases for up-and-coming artists, for free.
Proceeds from Sol’s upcoming show will go toward rebuilding 10 Haitian schools lost in the storm.
Redmond-native Seb Choe’s latest is a musical salad worth picking apart.
“Come Through, It’s Lit.”
The Tacoma rapper’s latest makes a case for the PNW’s inclusion in the West Coast rap canon.
This weekend marks the latest edition of the Seattle DJ’s vital party series.
Sub Pop is reissuing the influential early releases of a Seattle grunge-rock original.
In his newest, Simone makes a sincere, reasoned case for polyamory and the pitfalls of monogamy.
At their joint album-release party, sample a distinctive but broadening regional sound.
Don’t drink the Seattle haterade—listen to Remember Face, Nail Polish, Trans FX, and Benoît Pioulard.
Tlingit meets funk with Preston Singletary and the late Funkadelic keyboardist Bernie Worrell.
The band takes cues from Alan Moore’s ‘Swamp Thing’ on its new record, ‘Red World.’
Seattle’s most #Authentic band.
With Key to Change—serving South King County—Morris pays forward generosity he received as a youth.
Punk partners for 20 years, Jason Clackley and Gavin Tiemeyer’s new record looks back on hard times.
The downcast ambient hip-hop record finds the artist wrestling with the sins of the father.
‘A Revolution You Can Dance To’ Revisits Olympia’s ’90s Underground Music Explosion
“We Call it Murder,” speaks to the psychological damage images of brutality are having on children.