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

by on November 17th, 2018 | No 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.


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.


“Numan Isn’t Dead!” A Photo Set and Recap from The Neptune

by on October 28th, 2018 | No Comments »

Stephanie Oster – Anyone who is even the smallest fan of electronic music, has Gary Numan to thank. He made synthesizers a household name with the incredible 1979 release, The Pleasure Principle, and he continually pushes the boundaries of instrumantation, composition, and live performance. His latest album, Savage, is a dark, dystopian, gothy, synthy pop treat.


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