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Live Review: The Faint with Reptar and Grave Babies at Neptune Theatre 5/30/14

Fresh off of the release of sixth studio album, Doom Abuse, Nebraska synth and dance punk band The Faint brought one hell of a Friday night to the Neptune. While Doom Abuse is the band’s first new record in six years, the band hasn’t lost any steam in time away – least of all inRead more…

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Live Review: Dum Dum Girls with Blouse and Grave Babies at Neumos 4/5/14

“Trouble is my name” is how Dee Dee Penny chooses to end the new Dum Dum Girls record Too True. There’s a great reason – the girls are a quietly devastating storm. Their refusal to give way to the all too familiar tropes of the business means that Penny and her band members will neverRead more…

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Capitol Hill Block Party 2013: Victory Lap

This year’s Capitol Hill Block Party celebration was pretty frickin incredible, so for one last hurrah, here’s a collection of some of our favorite shots you haven’t seen yet, taken by our great team of photographers: Dave Lichterman, Matthew Thompson, and Brittany Brassell. See you next year!

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Capitol Hill Block Party 2013: Friday

Capitol Hill Block Party got started with a bang last night. Too many incredible options to count, this year’s festival has already been one for the books. Check out the first half of our photo coverage from day 1 below: Seattle indie rock band Telekinesis help build great energy on the main stage early inRead more…

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Out This Week 2/26

Radiohead fans are tweaking for today’s release of Thom Yorke’s new project, Atoms for Peace. The group – featuring producer Nigel Godrich on keys, Ultraista’s Joey Waronker on drums, Flea on bass, and Forro in the Dark founder Mauro Refosco on additional percussion – formed originally as the backing band to tour Yorke’s solo album,Read more…

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Monday Music News

If you’ve been missing Karen O and all her crazy costumed amazing-ness – Yeah Yeah Yeahs have finally released a single from their upcoming album Mosquito on Zane Lowe on BBC 1. “Sacrilege” features a full gospel choir near the end and is sure to satisfy all those lovers of Yeah Yeah Yeahs previous danceableRead more…

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Monday Music News

News of the The Postal Service‘s reissue and tour have been circulating for a few days now, as well as news that they would be releasing two unreleased tracks – and now we have the first of the two – “A Tattered Line of String.” Featuring Jenny Lewis as backing vocals, the new track isRead more…

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Live Around Town This Week

We finish out October with Halloween and a strong week of shows ahead, and we swing right into November with a ton of other great choices. Monday starts pretty damn string with Robyn Hitchcock and the Young Fresh Fellows at Triple Door, Dark Dark Dark, Emily Wells, and Eternal Fair at Crocodile, and  Nneka at Tractor Tavern. Some scaryRead more…

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Live Around Town This Week

Another special week of shows lies ahead. On Tuesday, we spend the first of two nights with the talented Sierra Leone Refugee All Stars at the Triple Door. Also on Tuesday, we have Jack White and Pokey LaFarge & The South City Three at WaMu Theater. Cold Specks are at Barboza on Wednesday night and then things start really heatingRead more…

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Live Around Town This Week

Summer continues to brighten Seattle spirits, and there’s something to keep just about anyone entertained this week. Starting on Wednesday, the Junkyard Dogs and Mountain Sprout play at the Tractor, while Maceo Parker begins the first of two nights at the lovely Triple Door. On Thursday night, College, Anoraak, and Electric Youth are at Chop Suey, Ozomatli and TheRead more…

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