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Photo Set: Grieves at the Crocodile

by on November 12th, 2017 | No Comments »

Stephanie Oster – Earlier this month, Seattle-based hip-hop artist Grieves played a sold-out show to high-energy crowd at his iconic home-town venue the Crocodile. Throughout his set, the 33 year-old MC commented on how good it was to be back in Seattle, taking time to reminisce about his start in small venues, voice appreciation for his hometown fans, and remark on how far he’s come.


Dan Auerbach’s Second Solo Album: Worth Waiting For

by on November 6th, 2017 | No Comments »

Ian Bremner – You can call him a work-a-holic or simply a music addict, but Dan Auerbach always dips his hands in multiple projects coming out of his hometown of Nashville, Tennessee. Since the Black Keys have been on hiatus, the group’s frontman has produced for the likes of Valerie June, Hanni El Khatib, Bombino, Dr. John, Nikki Lane AND released an LP and a couple EPs for his side-project band, The Arcs.


A Journey in Mentalphysics: Desert Daze 2017 Photo Journal

by on October 31st, 2017 | 1 Comment »

Rachel Bennett – A common question in the music industry these days is whether or not rock music a dying genre. Most radio hits are meaningless fluff from hip-hop and pop genres, and it seems like rock and roll is becoming less and less popular amongst the general public. But contrary to what the top 40 charts say, Desert Daze Music and Arts Festival is evidence that the rock genre is in fact alive and thriving;


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