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OH WOW YOU GUYS IT’S TIME FOR THE SASQUATCH 2018 PREVIEW POST

How is it the end of May already? IDK but it’s time to get your gams to The Gorge cause it’s time to do a hell of a lot of walking baby, while you bliss out on some of the greatest tunes around! Sasquatch is hands down, totally bitchin’ this year, and I am ready […]

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Death Cab for Cutie to release EP in 2009… "I think."

Not wanting to spare us any of the "Narrow Stairs experience" [!!!], our favorite local Grammy-nominees-done-good plan on dropping a sweet little EP on us in 2009. Here's the deets, via Pitchfork: With last year's Narrow Stairs, Death Cab for Cutie scored their first-ever Billboard #1. […] So it makes sense that Death Cab would […]

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New DCfC video by Walter Robot, and some minty-fresh tour dates!

I can't think of a better start to my Wednesday than an email asking me if I want to post about Death Cab for Cutie. I can, actually. When said email contains news about DCfC's involvement with the commemorative Obama inauguration CD-DVD, and tour dates, and a gorgeous Walter Robot video for "Grapevine Fires" that […]

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Narrow Stairs

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A couple winters ago I was home in Seattle, visiting for the holidays. One evening I headed down to the Crocodile to take in a leisurely Long Winters set. Josh Rosenfeld, president of Barsuk Records, was there, and we chatted briefly about favorite Death Cab for Cutie records, the band having left their home at […]

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Death Cab shows us album art, releases first single (now including a TIG review of the single!)

For you Death Cab superfans out there — and we know you're out there — we come bearing good tidings. Death Cab have not only released cover art for the forthcoming release Narrow Stairs, but have also made the debut single from the record available for purchase. Here's that cover art. I'm not sure what […]

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"I Will Possess Your Heart" (Single)

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Since the release of Transatlanticism, Seattle's pride and joy, Death Cab For Cutie, has continuously released singles that only slightly represent the band’s overall abilities. "The Sound of Settling" was a shameless (albeit catchy) pop tune, and "Title & Registration" hit airwaves in an altered state; it’s original form getting tucked away on the song’s […]

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