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Photo Set: Negativland @ Bumbershoot 2014

by on September 1st, 2014 | 2 Comments »

Jim Toohey – Before the show started, I heard someone say: “and don’t forget to make music.” It may have been one of the members of Negativland, the Bay Area sound collective that emerged in the late 70s and has managed to piss off U2 and Kasey Casem in the 1980s; collaborated with Chumbawumba to cut up the theme from the PBS kids show The Teletubbies in 1999; and recorded a song called “Christianity Is Stupid.” It may have been one of the band members.


Photo Set: Tag 2.0

by on August 26th, 2014 | No Comments »

Last Thursday, influential Seattle DJ and music industry veteran Marco Collins hosted a night of music with a new format at Chop Suey called Tag 2.0, in which five local acts performed one continuous set without any downtime, each one blending their closing together with the next act’s opening, sometimes sharing the stage for extended periods of time.


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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