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Out This Week 4/19

Record Store Day may be over, but its spirit lives on this week (and every week). In fact, the Sub Pop release of The Head and the Heart‘s self-titled debut, which was available this past Saturday as a Record Store Day preview, comes out officially today. The local band owes much to the Seattle recordRead more...

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Decibel Festival 2010: Wednesday

Last year, by the time Decibel Festival ended, I knew I wanted to attend this year’s event. I’ve been looking forward to it all summer, and it still exceeded my expectations: but with a full five nights of fantastic music and dancing, how could it not? This year’s event was also a challenge for me:Read more...

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Decibel Festival 2010: Ghostly International Showcase, Neumos 9/22

Wednesday night was not only my first Decibel Festival experience, but the first time I’d seen live electronic music at all. I learned many things, two of the most important being that a) Decibel Festival is awesome and b) Don’t wear a heavy sweatshirt to Decibel Festival if you can help it. We spent theRead 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 2/8

This week features a gold mine of amazing new releases hailing from legendary musicians to up-and-coming, best new artists of the year contenders. Brooklyn band Yeasayer released their second album, Odd Blood, the followup to their breakthrough debut, All Hour Cymbals. While the hallucinatory pop maestros still remain within the mish mash realm of Eastern-flavoredRead more...

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