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Smoke Season @ Barboza: “Fleetwood Mac With Beats”

by on September 10th, 2017 | No Comments »

Los Angeles indie-pop duo Smoke Season will make their fourth appearance in Seattle September 12 at Barboza. The group, who describe their sound as “Fleetwood Mac with beats,” are a rising voice for social change in the music community, having flown to Standing Rock, North Dakota to support DAPL protests, and released music videos focusing on bullying of LGBTQ youth (“Loose”), support for veterans (“When The Smoke Clears”), immigration reform (“Emilia”).

21 Years of Badassery: Day 2 Capitol Hill Block Party 2017 Recap

by on August 1st, 2017 | 2 Comments »

Lindsey Potter – I had some major déjà vu walking through the Capitol Hill Block Party gates on Saturday of this year’s festival. I had managed to get my granola bar taken away during my bag check (you would think I would learn by now), I was wearing my 2016 Vera Project CHBP t-shirt (I am happy to report that myself and two other people had that original idea), and I saw the same guy wearing a white and pink zebra print body suit that made his way into the photo for my review last year.

Weed Smells Better Than Garbage: A Day 1 Capitol Hill Block Party Recap

by on July 22nd, 2017 | 3 Comments »

Sarah Volpone – Friday might be my new favorite day to attend Capitol Hill Block Party (CHBP), the 21-year-old weekend music festival that takes place smack dab in the middle of one of Seattle’s most storied neighborhoods this weekend. Hold old out until Sunday, like I have in previous years, and you might be overwhelmed with the smell of sweat and garbage. By comparison, the ever-present weed aroma yesterday was almost pleasant.

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