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Grandpa Goes to Sasquatch 2017 Preview: Bands that Won’t Suck

by on May 26th, 2017 | No Comments »

Andy Bookwalter – Oh Sasquatch, you’re really pushing your luck. 21 Pilots? 21 Pilots? Saturday’s headliner at the yearly gathering of forward-thinking musicians appears to be a band that 90 percent of their fans will need a ride from their Moms to see, and the Gorge is a hell of a drive from the Power 93.3 (Seattle’s New #1 For Hit Music!) listening area, but who knows? Maybe if I just give them a chance they’ll turn out to be geniuses?


Upstream! Music Fest Day 3 Recap: Like the Old Days, Minus Jr. Cadillac

by on May 20th, 2017 | 1 Comment »

Andy Bookwalter – When I was a kid, Pioneer Square seemed like a magical grownup party wonderland. There were bars on every corner and a joint cover, so for a few bucks you could hang out in any of the 1000 clubs… every single one of them featuring live music from Jr. Cadillac. Every once in a while, we’d drive in from the sticks so my parents could look at art or something, and, after the sun went down, the whole area that hosted the 2017 Upstream! Music Festival sparkled with what I now know was 100 percent hobo pee.


Upstream! Music Fest 2017 Day 2 Recap: A Paul Allen Joint

by on May 14th, 2017 | 2 Comments »

Cameron Deuel – Seattle is home to countless music festivals that not only range in genre, but also in purpose. Upstream Music Fest + Summit is meant to serve as a microcosm of the music scene in the Pacific Northwest, boasting thoughtful discussions led by music industry experts and creative collaborators, which are neatly tied together with music programming that highlights both regional artists on the come-up and established artists alike.


Cautious Optimism: An Upstream! Music Fest 2017 Day 1 Recap

by on May 14th, 2017 | 1 Comment »

Nick Anderson – I’m leaning against a tree that must have been old when my father first ventured into Occidental Park. A pretty girl bought me a beer and told me she doesn’t know what to expect; it’s her first day working at the Comedy Underground and while she’s looking forward to the money, she has no idea what the crowd is going to be like. She’s cautiously optimistic, which seems to be the prevailing mood.


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