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Mr. Tillman Good to See You Again: Capitol Hill Block Party Announces 2018 Lineup

by on March 6th, 2018 | No Comments »

Paul Broderson – This morning the Capitol Hill Block Party announced a partial lineup for their 2018 version of their yearly music and arts festival, their 22nd. Keeping with its theme of showcasing a mix of local and national emerging talent alongside often-excellent headliners, returning to the event this year will be Sub Pop Recording Artist and local mini-celeb Father John Misty, the latest project from J. Tillman.

A Seattleite in Texas: Xetas, Borzoi, and Exhalants Live in Austin

by on February 3rd, 2018 | No Comments »

Andy Lowe – Austin is a growing city that continually pushed out quality acts and keeps its music venues alive and unsterilized. While Seattle has a great music scene, many venues have shut down or changed for the worst since I started playing the Seattle circuit -I’ve been playing in two Seattle-based bands (Devilwood and The Mighty Dreadful) for the past 8 or 9 years.

Spoon Live in Seattle

by on January 24th, 2018 | No Comments »

Rachel Bennett – I have always liked Spoon. I grew up hearing their music on alternative radio and their song “The Way We Get By” on iconic TV show The O.C. I even saw them live when I was 15 or 16 years old (but, even though Spoon was headlining, my teenage self was really there to see Passion Pit and Phoenix who opened the show).

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