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Come meet some daddies of legendary punk rock fanzine Touch & Go at Elliott Bay Bookstore tonight (4/8)

Touch and Go is a long-running, incredible indie label that — like Sub Pop! — started off as a punk-inspired fanzine. Tonight, Friday, April 8, the original cult artist leader behind the small press publication, Tesco Vee, will be having a meet and greet reading at Elliott Bay Bookstore on Cap Hill with his OG […]

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Ted Leo's new EP to benefit those affected by police brutality at the RNC

I think Ted Leo might be the nicest guy in indie-rock. Or at least in his sub-genre of indie punk pop. On stage he rules the roost with sweaty guitar jabs and catchy verses. Recorded, he has always offered something worth hitting repeat… repeatedly. Now he's secured his place in my heart with the release […]

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The Spell

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Call me crazy, but maybe right at the beginning of the summer isn't the best time to release an album full of dirges. It's like trying to release a Merchant-Ivory drama on July 4: sure, there are the diehards that will appreciate it, not having to brave the winter weather to see their Oscar-worthy drama, […]

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Cinder

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Australia's Dirty Three isn't the type of band that you memorize song titles to and then email your local college radio DJ's about. No, they are more the kind of band that you put on late at night while you are downloading the latest episode of "Lost" on your iPod, checking your email and finishing […]

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AstroPOP! for August 2003

Imaginary rock and roll astrology CD reviews for August 2003 Leo {July 23-August 22} Ah, summer! The long, hot days, the glare of the sun, the constant sweating. It's ok to admit it, Leo, you hate summer. You want to crawl into a hole dark and deep enough to beat the heat until we set […]

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