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Performing this weekend at Corridor Festival, we take a look inside the artist’s ambient toolbox.
DJs celebrated MLK Day at the Northwest African American Museum by getting folks to dance.
At 20, he’s one of the town’s promising crop of young trap-rappers.
Nodding to the hip-hop/R&B pop divas of the 2000s, ZELLi breathes new life into a classic style.
How Arrington de Dionyso got wrapped up in a twisted conspiracy theory and how he is fighting back.
Post-Trump, as artists re-evaluate their political efficacy, two punks already provided a blueprint.
Flouting industry norms, the rapper played nearly 100 Seattle shows in 2016. The city showed up.
Our music critics on the Seattle-area sleeper albums that didn’t get the love they truly deserved.
The Artist Home co-founder wants a city that thinks and sings, and serves up a decent burrito.
Capitol Hill’s mystic rocker shares her wants for the season.
A covert artist is inviting local experimental musicians to flip the Golden Record into new sounds.
The Woodinville-born singer’s ‘Efflorescence’ showcases a strong new local voice.
GIFs from Filson Ballard’s very Filson-y launch party.
In the form of a poem.
Five albums for the curious fan on your list.
The Afro-Cuban-inspired ‘Black Trash/White House’ is an entomological ode to self-acceptance.
A garbage month. But Bujemane, Guayaba, Moving Pictures, and New Information made it a bit better.
It’s already great.
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.