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Only two more days until the Capitol Hill Block Party!
The Maldives will be taking the Neumos Stage at 6.30p on Saturday (July 25) and I for one hope to see if we can see something as cute as the above happen again. Mothers, mohawk your lil ones and maybe they can take home a Maldive guitar pick!
To plan out what some of our picks are, check out Chelsea's Capitol Hill Block Party preview. To see a sample of what we might be in store for this weekend, peruse the Sparkly Indie Pop Flickr Photo Pool for a photo sampler.
(Photo by Kyle Johnson)
Only three more days until the Capitol Hill Block Party!
To prep, I've been perusing the Sparkly Indie Pop Flickr Photo Pool to see what I have in store. Here's a photo of the Past Lives who will be taking the Vera Stage at 8p on Friday (July 24). If you haven't seen them already, this photo should convince you to head to the Vera Stage in time to catch their set.
And for those putting together their "what to see at CHBP" spreadsheet, check out Chelsea's Capitol Hill Block Party preview.
(Photo by Matt Koroulis)
The countdown to the Capitol Hill Block Party has begun! In less than a week tons and tons of the coolest bands will be taking one of three stages in the lovely (and likely warm) Pike Pine cooridor.
To prep, I've been perusing Flickr to see what I have in store. Here's a photo from the Sparkly Indie Pop Flickr Photo Pool of the Dutchess and the Duke who will be taking the Main Stage at 4.30p on Friday (July 24).
Thanks to Blush Photo for sharing with us!
Hot and sweaty show goodness!
Thanks to Dan at 10 Things who captured this photo of the Anchor Down show at the Barnhouse last week (07/08/09). I've never been to the Barnhouse - but it looks like it packs a houseshow vibe with the best of 'em.
Check out the Imaginary Flickr Photo Pool for more sweaty pictures... today it's flush with lots of plaid!
From the most lovely and talented Sarah Jurado, here's a shot of Fleet Foxes frontman Robin Pecknold, headlining last night's A Drink for the Kids Vera Project Benefit.
I've gotta admit, I didn't recognize him for a moment, what with the shorn locks. Nice new 'do, Robin! (Or at least, new to me.) And because I can't resist a tender sibling moment, check out this fantastic shot of Robin with his (likewise lovely and talented) sis, Aja, who joined him onstage to cover Fleetwood Mac's "Dreams."
Even though photographer extraordinaire William Anthony relocated from Seattle to So-Cal, he is still among our favorites. While he was in Seattle, he captured some of our finer moments as well as those of loves like Her Space Holiday.
It's no surprise then that his touching portfolio of shots taken outside Michael Jackson's memorial service would bridge the distance between here and there.
Seattle's Zera Marvel recently opened up for Tom Brosseau at the Tractor and I have to admit, if she wasn't so incredibly kind, I'd be quite jealous of her. Besides being quite stunning on stage, she belts out sultry sweetness taylored for sharing a stage with TomB.
Thanks to Victoria at Hot Avocados Photography for adding this photo to the Sparkly Indie Pop Flickr Photo Pool! Head over to the Flickr Photo Pool to see more Seattle music goodness and add your own photos 'bout town.
Last Thursday, Head Like A Kite had an open house of sorts at London Bridge Studio and invited some friends and imaginaries to come be part of the recording process. Of course we couldn't resist the invite and Jeanine Anderson was on hand to take some shots of the fun.
Nice knobs and of course the requisite elf hat!