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Shellac 101: Splendid Minimalism

by on November 26th, 2018 | No Comments »

John Regan – I recently caught the band Shellac, the Chicago-based three piece and math rock aficionados, for a pair of intimate sets—on October 6 and 7, respectively—at the Tractor Tavern in Seattle. I had never seen the same band (or any band for that matter) on consecutive nights before and after this amazing experience, I may never be the same.


The Luna Moth: Some of the Most Exciting Seattle Music We’ll Hear this Year

by on November 17th, 2018 | 2 Comments »

Sean Jewell –  There is a cadence to The Luna Moth’s new album, a determination that their previous records did not have. The Luna Moth has always been a system of clangorous, instrumental, noise built around steady drone; experiments and improvisations, grinding up against conventional meters, with drums, bass and guitar, but this record is a cut above anything they’ve done in terms of style and fidelity.


Photo Recap: The Internet Comes to Life @ Showbox Seattle

by on November 11th, 2018 | 1 Comment »

Jason Murray – Remove all the doors to the venue and the positive atmosphere still couldn’t have escaped the Showbox – SoDo during The Internet’s live performance last month. According to front-woman, Syd, Seattle is one of her favorite cities. Given the rowdy crowd that assembled for the show, which was part of the Los Angeles’ group’s Hive Mind Tour, I’m not surprised.


Bumbershoot 2018 Saturday Recap: Does Anyone Know if Matt Fink Really is a Disgraced Surgeon?

by on November 3rd, 2018 | No Comments »

Todd Terry – I went to my first Bumbershoot a few months after moving to Seattle in 1996. For a mere $10 I saw sets by Sex Pistols, Combustible Edison, Goldfinger, Mudhoney, and MxPx on a sunny Friday. I have been to Bumbershoot nearly every year since, and needless to say, in the year of our lord 2018, it is a very different animal than it was back then.


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