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Kathleen Hanna returns with an exhilarating album and a band fully on board.
The 11-year-old electronic music gathering is suspending operations, but founder Sean Horton tells Seattle Weekly its legacy will live on.
The West Seattle native’s new EP ‘Fresh Cut Flowers’ is due out next month.
The Seattle trio’s debut LP connects the dots between Northwest DIY’s origins and today.
The West Seattle rapper’s newest is an artistic left turn.
The Olympia-via-Phoenix songwriter reimagines his past on ‘Anagrams.’
Healing music after a godawful month.
The Olympia hardcore band doesn’t ask for safe space, they demand it with knives and bricks.
“I like to sing about love. Not just trying to hit it.”
GIFs from the sixth annual showcase of Beacon Hill’s cultural riches.
Tomo Nakayama and Jeremy Enigk perform together this weekend, an especially apt pairing.
Talking teen feelings and tarot cards with Seattle’s premier pop-punk prom queen.
Start small, and you can do it too.
How the Seattle songwriter got out of his rut, slimmed down his sound, and learned to love music again.
Geneviève Elverum, Anacortes musician, comic artist, new mom, and wife of Phil Elverum, needs help funding treatment for stage four pancreatic cancer.
Fifteen years ago, the tech billionaire helped chart a new course for the college radio station. Now he’s helping to bring it home.
Also—English dancing! Round-and-round they go, forever.
Will Toledo Delivers the Rage of Youth With Years of Wisdom
DoNormaal, JusMoni, Chanti Darling, The Dip, and Jo Passed.
Are music festivals truly all the same now? We crunched the data for 21 NW fests to find out.