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Sasquatch! More Sunday photos!

There was so much more going on at Sasquatch on Sunday than we had time to show you earlier, so here are more photos from one of the strongest of the daily lineups, with thousands of fans cheering for the rousing Irish rockers Flogging Molly, an enthusiastic toilet paper barrage during Black Joe Lewis &Read more...

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Thursday News Roundup

It’s looking to be another amazing year of music at the Gorge, as the Sasquatch! Music Festival has been extended to four days and the lineup is chock-full of KEXP favorites. For more info, click here and watch here: The National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences announced today that Bob Dylan will perform atRead more...

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Thursday News Roundup

Arcade Fire to perform at the Grammys: Arcade Fire are up for three Grammy Awards this year, including Album of the Year award for The Suburbs. And now, the Recording Academy has announced that Arcade Fire will perform at the Grammy Awards ceremony, which CBS will broadcast on February 13 at 8pm Eastern. (Get Grammy details here) StephenRead more...

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Monday Morning News Fix

The much-talked-about auction for Bob Dylan’s handwritten lyrics for “The Times They Are A-Changin’” wrapped up with “collector” Adam Sender bringing home the treasured piece of music history for just north of $422,000. As a certain intrepid archaeologist might cry, “Those belong in a museum!”

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Decibel Festival 2010: FlyLo and Friends, Neumos 9/23

photos by Dave Lichterman Well into Flying Lotus’ headlining set Thursday night at Neumos, after the magnitude of the performance had already been well-established and everyone’s mind was sufficiently blown, a guy who had been standing in front of me for most of the show, giddily dancing and carrying on like most everyone else inRead more...

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Your Decibel Festival 2010 Preview

The Decibel Festival, which will be taking place September 22nd through the 26th in venues scattered across Seattle (but primarily in Capitol Hill), has become one of the world’s fastest-growing and most renowned showcases of contemporary electronic music. Created and organized by Seattle’s Sean Horton, the festival is in now in its 7th year andRead more...

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Out This Week 9/21

You’re probably still recovering from last week’s new release onslaught, but don’t let that stop you from checking out what’s on the shelves starting today, namely the debut of stellar dance pop from The Hundred In The Hands on Warp. The NY duo of Jason Friedman and Eleanore Everdell blend elements of modern electronica, 80′sRead more...

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Live Review: Georgia Anne Muldrow @ Bumbershoot 9/5

Sunday 4pm Fisher Green Stage Possibly the coolest husband and wife team in hip hop since Abba, Georgia Anne Muldrow and partner MC/husband/producer Declaime aka Dudley Perkins deal in spiritually charged, experimental neo-soul-blip-hop that pairs the beat patterns of J Dilla and Flying Lotus with avant-garde raps and soaring, free-form vocals. From the moment theyRead more...

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Out This Week 5/4

A lot of super music out today! On Heaven Is Whenever, the Minneapolis power group The Hold Steady turn a more sonically diverse and dynamic though no less hard-hitting fifth album. Gone is mustachioed keyboardist Franz Nicolay, but here to stay are the clever lyrics of songwriter Craig Finn and the band’s epic sound. BrokenRead more...

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Monday News Mash-Up

British jazz composer, band leader, and saxophonist Sir John Dankworth died this weekend at 82. Inspired by past jazz greats Benny Goodman (on clarinet) and then Charlie Parker (on sax), Dankworth went on to start a performing ensemble; record film and television scores including the theme to The Avengers; direct such heavy hitters as OscarRead more...

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