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Local goodness (and more!) at 2012's City Arts Fest

Now that this year's City Arts Fest is over, I can take a step back and realize that I have been blown away by four solid days of an amazing array of (mostly) local bands, all giving Seattle some truly amazing sets. Each night showcased what the Pacific Northwest had to offer, and it was […]

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Tonight's recommended show: The Head and the Heart at Columbia City Theater

If you’re kicking yourself about missing The Head and the Heart last month at Block Party, The Comet, and/or Sonic Boom, you’re in luck: our new favorite six-piece will be bringing the bliss to Columbia City Theater tonight, when they open up for Kay Kay and His Weathered Underground. The Head and the Heart — […]

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Tonight's recommended shows: openers, awesomeness & charity!

Got your running shoes handy? No, not your Chucks. I mean the ones that you lace up to go the distance. Yes, I know they’re buried in the bottom of your closet. We’ll wait. Okay, good. Now, get your favorite socks on warm up those calves — there’s too much good stuff going on around […]

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Photo of the day: Kay Kay & His Weathered Underground at the Croc

As if we weren't excited enough about our Top of the Croc spectacular on Saturday, here's this lovely photo of Kay Kay & His Weathered Underground by our own Amelia Gyde who caught the Kay Kay/Builders and the Butchers show at the Croc last Friday. Check out the sets for Kay Kay & His Weathered […]

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Tonight's Recommended Show: The Builders and the Butchers and Kay Kay and His Weathered Underground

This show at The Crocodile features two atypical, orchestral pop groups that make some of the best music to come from the Northwest. With the bigger stage and crystal clear acoustics, The Crocodile should be the ideal venue for these two bands. I've long praised Kay Kay and His Weathered Underground as the best band […]

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Best of 2008: Top Northwest Releases of 2008 TIG Editorial Picks

TIG staffers are a lot like you — coming up with our list of faves for the year is a fun and gripping process. After comparing/contrasting/debating our individual favorites, we figured the sum of our imaginary parts would make for an interesting list. While ChrisB and Keenan, among other things, brought in the power-pop elements,  […]

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New Years Eve at The Paramount+The Blue Moon=Holiday Perfection w/ many Favorite Bands

Show Date: December 31, 2008

I shopped extensively for New Years Eve shows and initially dismissed The Paramount’s offering with headliners The Presidents of The Unites States of America, as I am not a huge fan of their music. The rest of the lineup, which included Kay Kay & His Weathered Underground, The Saturday Knights and Monotonix eventually won me […]

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Chris B's Top 10 NW Releases of 2008

I always find it frustrating when another reviewer or critic says they couldn't compile an annual top 10 list because they couldn't find ten albums they appreciated in any given year. Each year there are thousands and thousands of records being released – some great, some crap. 2008 was another fantastic year for Northwest music. […]

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