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Bumbershoot 2.0: Sunday’s Agenda

by on August 31st, 2019 | No Comments »

Matt Ashworth – We’re officially in the era of Bumbershoot 2.0, and one must approach things differently. Think of it as a yearly opportunity to sample the best of what the music industry wants you to spend your money on, check out that one band who’s song you liked on Tik Tok, and see what might sound good bumpin’ on a car stereo on Alki next summer.


And Then There Was THING

by on August 23rd, 2019 | No Comments »

Andy Bookwalter – In the beginning there was Sasquatch, which was awesome, in no small part because they let me in for free several years running. Then, in 2017, Sasquatch booked 21 Pilots to headline, enraging people who bought tickets before the lineup was announced. Maybe 21 Pilots roughed up the booker. I have no idea.


Premiere: Jason McCue’s “WASTELAND”

by on August 16th, 2019 | No Comments »

Aarin Wright – Witnessing the trajectory of an immensely talented local artist is a unique gift for Seattle-area music fans. You might just watch one place in the under-21 Sound Off! competition, record a KEXP in-studio performance, tour across the United States, or sign with a beloved Pacific Northwest record label.


Hold Steady to Thrash Thru the Crocodile

by on August 15th, 2019 | No Comments »

Kevin Nelson – The Hold Steady’s new album Thrashing Thru The Passion drops this Friday.The Hold Steady plays a three-night set at Seattle’s The Crocodile this weekend.While both of the preceding statements are worthy of an article in and of themselves, that they’re centered around this Friday means they’re getting a dual-purpose post explaining why both are so important and exciting.


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