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Timber! 2018: Exactly What Todd’s Looking For in a Music Festival

by on August 12th, 2018 | No Comments »

Todd Terry I have been to a lot of different music festivals over the years. What I am looking to get out of the experience has definitely changed over time. When I went to Reading and slept in a sheet on the muddy ground for three nights, I thought it was a great adventure. When Lollapalooza was a touring festival and I had to remember to leave my wallet chain in the car, I was all into it. When you could sneak a six pack of beer in your backpack into Bumbershoot, I looked forward to it every year. Right now, Timber is exactly what I am looking for in a music festival.


Upstream Music Fest 2018 Day 2 Recap

by on August 4th, 2018 | No Comments »

Todd Terry – Tacocat was the first act of the day and their sarcastic / feminist pop punk gems sounded great from the main stage. The Seattle band has always had a somewhat conflicted view of the Emerald City. They love Seattle, despite the threat of natural disaster, but they hate the weekend, because of the huge influx of “tech bros.”


Upstream Music Fest 2018 Day 1 Recap: Long May We Question, Enjoy

by on July 15th, 2018 | No Comments »

Nicholas Anderson – The sun is setting upon Puget Sound and it hits the bricks of Pioneer Square they’re animated by its amber, making them look organic, like they might hold life. Maybe they do. There’s someone asleep and twitching under one of those heavy wool blankets that come in the back of U-Hauls. People are wandering around, staring at their phones and I am one of them. There’s a tent anchored with a cinder block to the sidewalk and a guy not much younger than me is crouched inside of it playing a guitar. I wonder if he has tickets to Upstream. Hell, maybe he’s playing it.


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