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Capitol Hill Block Party 2018 Day 3 Recap!

Show Date: July 22, 2018

It’s finally time for the last day of Block Party coverage! Better late than never I say. Alicia Bognanno of Bully busted out onto the stage in full blackened eye makeup ala Pris in Blade runner, tearing her voice up during older song scorcher “Feel the Same.” Their energy was contagious and kept the heat […]

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Capitol Hill Block Party 2018 Partial Lineup Announcement

Capitol Hill Block Party‘s partial lineup announcement is here! Catch the likes of Father John Misty, Dillon Francis, Brockhampton, Alvvays, Sol, Bully, TR/ST, Parisalexa and more. CHBP occurs July 20 – 22nd this year so plan your Summer accordingly! Single day, two day, three day & VIP passes for the festival are on sale now at […]

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Bumbershoot 2016 Day 1: We are definitively not “soft-dick trash.”

Show Date: September 2, 2016

After spending a whole week sick and struggling to keep most of the contents of my nose in my nose where they belong, we kicked off our weekend at Bumbershoot! It rained, it was sunny, it rained again but lighter, it was patchy sun, it was rainy, it was HOT SUN… you get the picture. […]

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Sasquatch 2015 – Saturday: Father John Misty, Modest Mouse, The Budos Band, Vox Mod

Show Date: May 23, 2015

The Budos Band came ready to rock the mid-afternoon crowd on the main stage. One member of the band played the biggest saxophone I’ve ever seen. A quick Internet search tells me it’s a sax called a “contrabass saxophone”; pretty good low-end sound coming from that thing. Their sound has grown a little more rock […]

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Don't miss: Father John Misty at the Moore {10/6}

Weed, shows, cruise ships, guns, visits to Santa, long drives, pirouettes, cigarettes, meaningful glances, hotel hallways — who can provide such an ADD-esque (yet totally cohesive) snapshot of his life into a three minute and fifty-eight second video? Father John Fucking Misty, that's who. "This is where I fell over the other night." The most […]

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Sub Pop takes over Seattle {7/11-13}

You've likely heard the news, but just in case you've been on a media / internet fast or something: Sub Pop is taking over Seattle, with a couple of ginormous events around town in honor of their 25th anniversary {aka their Silver Jubilee}. There's a lot of details to get to, so we're going to […]

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The 2013 Sasquatch diaries, pt. I

Show Date: May 24, 2013

Sasquatch 2013 got off to a good start with young Seattle rapper Shelton Harris. Harris was a late addition to the lineup, and he took full advantage of his opportunity. Rhyming over indie music samples from the likes of Matt & Kim and Youth Lagoon, Harris’ rhymes recalled the upbeat ‘believe in yourself, you can […]

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Sasquatch 2013: Your guide to navigating the side stages {Friday, May 24th}

Imaginaries! Sasquatch is right around the corner, and as always, this year’s festival has a little something for everybody. There’s the folky hand-clapping foot-stomping sounds of Mumford and Sons, the reunion of The Postal Service after a ten year hiatus (!), the inescapable hip-hop of hometown favorite Macklemore, and, what’s sure to be an unforgettably […]

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The Sasquatch! 2013 lineup is here! (!)

In case you haven't seen it yet, here's this year's Sasquatch! poster — and it's chock-ful-o' bands we can't wait to witness first-hand this year at the Gorge!! From top to bottom, we're the most over-the-moon about The Postal Service, The XX, Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, Built to Spill, Bloc Party, Andrew Bird, […]

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