Recommended Show: Chelsea Wolfe at The Showbox

In September, Chelsea Wolfe released her sixth studio album, The Birth of Violence. After her foray into more of a sludge, doom metal territory with her last two records, Abyss (2015) and especially Hiss Spun (2017), she has returned to her original gothic folk inclinations. The Birth of Violence is largely acoustic based and is a welcome […]

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Recommended Show: Vetiver at The Tractor Tavern

Rootsy indie folk band Vetiver has been around for about fifteen years now and have just released their seventh studio album, Up on High. The group is really the product of San Francisco songwriter Andy Cabic, who began using that name in 2002. Their excellent debut album was released in 2004 and features some esteemed guests including […]

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Cat Power Live at The Showbox

Show Date: October 30, 2019

On Wednesday evening, Cat Power was in town promoting last year’s release, Wanderer. After 10 albums and many tours, Chan Marshall seems much more comfortable in her own skin these days, as evidenced by her confidence on stage in Seattle. After her band had taken the stage and were tuning for a few minutes, Marshall […]

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Alejandro Aranda is Scarypoolparty at The Showbox, Seattle, WA (Hannah Chebeleu 2019)

Scarypoolparty at the Neptune Theater… errr the Showbox on Oct 14, 2019

Show Date: October 14, 2019

Moments after the Scarypoolparty tour bus pulled into the Neptune a construction worker’s bulldozer hit a gas line forcing everyone to vacate the area on Monday October 14th, 2019. Relocating the show to The Showbox at the market with limited equipment meant the band would lay low for the night as Alejandro Aranda (Scarypoolparty) played […]

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Jojo Rabbit Directed by Taika Waititi

Jojo Rabbit

I’m 99% positive that if anyone other than Taika Waititi pitched making a movie about a young German boy who idolized Adolf Hitler so much that he made him his imaginary friend, the movie would never actually get made. But HE did, and so we have Jojo Rabbit, in which Waititi also plays imaginary Hitler. […]

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Thom Yorke. Photo by Brady Harvey

Concert Review: Thom Yorke at the Paramount

Show Date: October 20, 2019

Thom Yorke’s had an incredible two years. Last year he scored his first film, the excellent remake of horror cult classic, Suspiria. Yorke’s soundtrack, put out by XL Recordings, is both unnerving and meditative. It was met with general praise from fans and critics alike. Then at the end of June, Thom Yorke dropped his […]

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