Tag Archives: Natasha Kmeto

Decibel Festival 2014: Opening Gala with Sabota, Natasha Kmeto, and Lusine

2014′s Decibel Festival opening gala focused on bringing three of the PNW’s finest electronic acts to the most central space of this year’s festival, the EMP’s Sky Church. The massive iconic space felt hallowed as excited people filled in. Opening the showcase was Vancouver’s Sabota - with smooth live vocals and multi-layered visuals. Natasha KmetoRead more...

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Decibel Festival 2013: Resident Advisor Showcase @ The Crocodile

Resident Advisor is among the best online magazines for electronic music fans out there since 2001, and their showcase at Decibel Festival was nothing to be messed with. Not only did they pull from local talent, but they are responsible for bringing Actress to Decibel, a feat which was met with a much regretted failureRead more...

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This Friday: Concerts at the Mural Decibel Festival Night with Lusine, Natasha Kmeto, and Vox Mod

KEXP and Seattle Center present the final night in this year’s series of Concerts at the Mural of 2013 this Friday with a special Decibel Festival lineup! This free show at Seattle Center’s Mural Amphitheater will feature some of the awesome talent at this year’s Decibel Festival. Lusine, Natasha Kmeto and Vox Mod will eachRead more...

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Big Gay Podcast 2013: Share the Love

Never underestimate the power of sharing music. Songs and artists with something to say can shape so much: identity, politics, political identity, identity politics... you catch my drift. When I was a teenager, just coming to terms with my homosexuality, the mix tapes my adult friends Steve and Robert made for me pointed toward different,Read more...

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Monday Music News

King Khan and the Shrines are back at it again - this time with track “Born To Die” and a string of show dates! Supposedly about the “state of the world we live in today” the upcoming album is a psychedelically exciting as you would expect from a band that jams as hard as theRead more...

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KEXP Suggests: Rainy Dawg’s 10th Anniversary!

You don’t have to be a DJ, or even relate to anything on this list, to go to University of Washington’s Rainy Dawg Radio‘s  excellently curated 10th Anniversary Party this Thursday the 23rd - they’ve managed to captured many of Seattle’s local sounds in one show. From the electro-soul of Natasha Kmeto, to the howlingRead more...

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Monday Music News

Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds also participated in Record Store day this weekend - they’ve released a previously unheard song, “Animal X,” from the studio session for Push The Sky Away. Somethings screeching in the background, while Nick Cave’s signature almost spoken vocals grate over the top. [Pitchfork] Earlier today the prolific folk guitarist and singerRead more...

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Live Around Town This Week

With hardcore Northwesterner’s now back from a cold but successful weekend at Treefort Music Fest in Boise, we have a whole week of great new shows to warm you back in Seattle. On Monday night, we welcome Iris DeMent at The Triple Door, and then on Tuesday we have an exciting night out with Duff McKagan’sRead more...

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Out This Week 2/19

It’s a big week for new releases, so let’s get right into it. First thing on your shopping list: Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds‘ latest, Push The Sky Away. Fifteen albums in and Cave & Co. still create unique stunners. As our Music Director, Don Yates, says, it’s “a masterful set of brooding, minimalistRead more...

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Decibel Festival 2012: Dropping Gems with DJAO, Natasha Kmeto, Devon Who, & Balam Acab

Dropping Gems showcase did exactly what its name suggests: gem after gem of songs were dropped by all four of the artists of the night, from remixes of Ol’ Dirty Bastard’s “Shimmy Shimmy Ya” during Natasha Kmeto‘s set to glistening images of rippling water behind the inescapable rattling bass of Balam Acab‘s. If you don’tRead more...

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