Tag Archives: Neumos

Live Review: Odesza with D33J and Kodak to Graph at Neumos 4/12/2014

Last September, ODESZA were slotted for Saturday night of Decibel Festival at Neumos, along with Slow Magic and a headlining set from Gold Panda. Set to open the night’s festivities up, the boys were a bit nervous. As our photographer Dave Lichterman recalls from a conversation with Harrison, they were concerned about stage presence, consideringRead more...

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Live Review: London Grammar w/ Highasakite at Neumos 3/29/14

It’s no surprise that British downtempo pop group London Grammar sold out their second Seattle show in six months Saturday night. Back when they played the Crocodile at the end of September, their excellent first full length If You Wait had just come out only weeks before in the states. Now that it has hadRead more...

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Live Review: Darkside w/ High Water and Nordic Soul at Neumos 1/22/14

I don’t know if there is a physical, mental, or spiritual way to come away from a Darkside show unaffected. Nicolas Jaar and Dave Harrington brought their two-man gateway to musical nirvana to Neumos Wednesday night for a sold out show and wowed the room from the first second to the last. The building shookRead more...

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Friday on My Mind: Moe 20 / Neumos 10 Anniversary Shows!

It’s time again for Friday on My Mind. Our weekly blog post where we look at videos centered around one common theme. This is a collaborative effort between KEXP and King 5 News. Two of Seattle’s most beloved and important music venues are celebrating anniversaries this week. Moe’s Mo’Roc’N Cafe opened in January of 1994.Read more...

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Decibel Festival 2013: Nocturnal Showcase @ Neumos

The Nocturnal Showcase at Decibel Festival kept things moving right along Friday night with one of the best beginning to end bills we saw all weekend. Headlining the night was a solid set from British synth pop goddess Little Boots. Preceding her were stellar sets from Light Asylum, Young Galaxy, and MNDR. This night ofRead more...

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Live Review: Savages w/ Duke Garwood @ Neumos 9/23/13

At KEXP, our love for post-punk sirens Savages knows no bounds. Their debut LP Silence Yourself is without a doubt one of the best introductions of the year. These four women have put together a sound and a vision whose fury and vigil have no equal. Listening to Savages is an experience - it goesRead more...

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Live Review: New Build w/ No Ceremony & Anomie Bell @ Neumos 5/1/13

Al Doyle is a wunderkind. Whether he’s hopping between three or four different instrument setups at a Hot Chip show, turning the guitar part on “Losing My Edge” into a rock ‘n’ roll masterpiece at LCD Soundsystem’s last show, or having the time of his life jamming out with fellow Hot Chip member Felix MartinRead more...

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Live Review: Savages w/ No Bra @ Neumos 4/16/13

London post-punk band Savages made an explosive entrance onto the American scene last year at CMJ (and then this year at SXSW) and have quickly become one of the most anticipated new acts of year. And after witnessing them live for the first time on Seattle soil, all this writer can say is this: notRead more...

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Live Review: Jamie Lidell w/ Empress Of & Ludwig Persik @ Neumos 4/1/13

As Jamie Lidell started into his Neumos set Monday night, he recalled the Multiply tour, where at his Neumos stop back in 2006, he wore a leopard print suit that was blistering hot on stage. Here, he was dressed more akin to an R&B Dr. Who, with a dark full body coat over a simpleRead more...

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Live Review: Chelsea Light Moving w/ Grass Widow @ Neumos 3/23/13

If current trends continue, Thurston Moore will evoke the true spirit of rock and roll musicianship and artistry until the day of his death. 35 years into his career, he and his band of extravagantly talented musicians in Chelsea Light Moving are making hard and heavy rock with just as edge and demand as hisRead more...

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