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Recap: All the Ballards on Display at Freakout Fest’s First Night

by on November 20th, 2017 | No Comments »

By Graham Isaac – A large man pounds his Rainier and slams the can on the bar at Conor Byrne, one of the four main venues at Freakout! Fest in Ballard. His friend thumbs a schedule. The next band starts and I don’t hear which Ballard Avenue venue they choose. (There were also affiliated shows at venues in Pioneer Square and Sodo, but being on foot, I didn’t make those.)

Noah Gundersen Brings the Noise

by on November 16th, 2017 | No Comments »

Kristen Gill – Noah Gundersen gets ready to hit Seattle this weekend with two back-to-back shows at The Neptune in support of his latest album, White Noise. The album features 13 brand new tracks, including hit singles “The Sound” and “Bad Desire” that are taking over local radio charts and Spotify/Apple Music playlists, and was written and recorded in Gundersen’s home state of Washington.

Photo Set: Grieves at the Crocodile

by on November 12th, 2017 | No Comments »

Stephanie Oster – Earlier this month, Seattle-based hip-hop artist Grieves played a sold-out show to high-energy crowd at his iconic home-town venue the Crocodile. Throughout his set, the 33 year-old MC commented on how good it was to be back in Seattle, taking time to reminisce about his start in small venues, voice appreciation for his hometown fans, and remark on how far he’s come.

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