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Who to see at this year’s edition of Seattle’s urban music fest.
The Seattle trio isn’t afraid to get dirty on its new album, ‘Garbage People.’
In it’s current form, the Pioneer Square music festival lacks energy and identity. (Plus, a photo recap of last weekend’s action.)
From big bands to casual hangs, we take a look back at all the action over Memorial Day weekend at The Gorge.
Behind-the-scenes portraits with the some the fest’s best acts.
A look back on the weekend’s musical festivities in terms of captivation.
Plan your trip to The Gorge with our picks for the weekend’s can’t-miss acts.
Two decades before #MeToo, a young David Bazan was singing about the problems with patriarchy.
New Folklife managing director Reese Tanimura chats about the present and future of the annual Seattle Center celebration.
Our picks for the essential open air music experiences of the season.
Don’t miss these rising Seattle artists during festival season.
Seattle music scene utility player Matt Batey steps into the spotlight with his new indie rock album for Barsuk Records.
Tickets for the June 23 show will be awarded via Ticketmaster’s random lottery.
The Labor Day weekend festival reveals its extensive roster.
The drumming podcast ‘The Trap Set’ heads to Seattle on April 12 with drummers from Pearl Jam, Death Cab For Cutie, and more.
Frontman Kevin Murphy discusses how drastic life changes reshaped the local band’s outlook and sound.
John Luther Adams’ follow-up to ‘Become Ocean’ delivers a stunning surround-sound experience.
The new Beacon Hill venue/restaurant/bar strives to foster the music scene with a working class vibe.
The reunited Jawbreaker joins Miguel, The Flaming Lips, and a myriad of local bands.
David Byrne, Tyler, the Creator, Bon Iver, The National, and Modest Mouse headline the Gorge.