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The destinctive-voiced Isaquah singer-songwriter comes into her own on her new album ‘You’re a Shooting Star, I’m a Sinking Ship.’
While it’d be a fine record for most bands, the group’s new album falls short of its own standard thanks to questionable production and sequencing decisions.
The Home Shows at Safeco Field weren’t about the band’s legacy, but that of the genre as a whole.
With a lively crowd on hand, the Council unanimously voted to delay any demolition of the venue by 10 months.
A look back at the high points of Sub Pop’s 30th anniversary blowout.
To celebrate the record label’s 30th anniversary, we attempt to pick the best song from every year of its existance.
Seattleites express outrage over the potential loss of the music venue and look to preserve it via historic landmark status.
Now, Now lost its way for years, unexpectedly building a ravenous pop rock fanbase in absentia.
A look back at the urban music fest’s weekend action.
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.