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    Q&A with Tennis Pro

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    The War On Drugs

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CHBP: TBASA Stopped by on Saturday and Sunday

by on July 31st, 2014 | No Comments »

On Saturday I was early and walked around before heading to the Main stage at 2PM to see Cymbals. I dont know who Cymbals are but the sound emanating from the main stage and echoing down the street was pleasant enough. The band consisted of 4 20ish gentlemen with solid grooves and insecure annoying in-between song banter. The Telecaster with the Synthesizer made me want to dance all jangly but I refrained because it was early.

CHBP: Another Take on Day 1

by on July 31st, 2014 | No Comments »

I don’t think that there could have been a more beautiful day to kick off the Capitol Hill Block Party weekend. Earlier last week it felt a little too much like the start of fall but by early Friday afternoon the sun was out and droves of summer-clad concert goers were already streaming through the block party gates.

Great Moments in Bumbershoot History: Kanye West (2006)

by on July 28th, 2014 | No Comments »

I think it’s fair to say Bumbershoot’s lineup in 2006 is preposterous. Honestly. Look at it. The most bittersweet part of this project reflecting on each year and noticing huge artists who, at the time, were playing at 12:30pm on a lawn in Seattle Center, trying to win over a few early go-getters who’re just waiting for a fresh elephant ear before dipping into the main stage to fight to the front row.

CHBP Photo Set: Constant Lovers

by on July 28th, 2014 | No Comments »

Local music thrives and comes alive at the year Capitol Hill Block Party, with Puget Sound talent mixing it up alongside a carefully-curated group of emerging national acts and a few big name headliners. The recipe leads for some inspired sets by local bands. Over the three days of this year’s festival, which took place July 25-28, one such performance was from local post punk band Constant Lovers, who’s blistering set at Neumos on Friday afternoon was one of our favorites of the weekend.

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