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Shellac 101: Splendid Minimalism

by on November 26th, 2018 | No Comments »

John Regan – I recently caught the band Shellac, the Chicago-based three piece and math rock aficionados, for a pair of intimate sets—on October 6 and 7, respectively—at the Tractor Tavern in Seattle. I had never seen the same band (or any band for that matter) on consecutive nights before and after this amazing experience, I may never be the same.


The Luna Moth: Some of the Most Exciting Seattle Music We’ll Hear this Year

by on November 17th, 2018 | 2 Comments »

Sean Jewell –  There is a cadence to The Luna Moth’s new album, a determination that their previous records did not have. The Luna Moth has always been a system of clangorous, instrumental, noise built around steady drone; experiments and improvisations, grinding up against conventional meters, with drums, bass and guitar, but this record is a cut above anything they’ve done in terms of style and fidelity.


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