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The Drainage | February 5, 2016

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Puget Soundtrack: Madeleine Cocolas Presents The Birds

December 2, 2015 |

This Thursday, Seattle-based composer Madeleine Cocolas will live score Alfred Hitchcock’s legendary The Birds as the next installation of Puget Soundtrack.

On her selection: “I was initially apprehensive to add a score, because it was so consciously left out … Read More

Considering the Cast, I expected ‘Love Actually’ to have a much higher body count.

December 1, 2015 |

Liam Neeson, Andrew Lincoln, Bill Nighy, Keira Knightley, Alan Rickman, Colin Firth, Martin Freeman, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Hugh Grant, Rodrigo Santoro, Billy Bob Thornton, and (ahem) Denise Richards…

Seriously this assembled cast is responsible for nearly a small nation’s worth of bodies. I was horrified to find that the only death … Read More

The Casket Girls/Stardeaths & White Dwarfs – What Keeps You Up At Night split (Record Store Day release)

November 30, 2015 |

Savannah, GA.’s The Casket Girls are sending you a postcard from The Land Of Dreams & The Country Of Endless night on What Keeps You Up At Night, a limited edition release for Record Store Day: Black Friday. This time, … Read More

Black Moth Super Rainbow – Seefu Lilac

November 25, 2015 |

When Tobacco – Philadelphia native Tom Fec – set out to make Black Mother Super Rainbow’s last record, 2012’s Cobra Juicy – he was in a bit of a bind. BMSR had settled into a predictable sound of melted, blurry … Read More

Mr Little Jeans and Soren Bryce Live at The Crocodile

November 20, 2015 |

As the familiar smell of the fog machine rolled in, Soren Bryce took the stage at The Crocodile much the same way: quietly from the shadows, but with a presence that lets you know something is about to go down.

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New Music: Stream Dean Blunt’s UK2UK Mixtape, featuring Arca!

November 19, 2015 |

Mixtapes are the beating heart of hip-hop culture, where artists go to sketch ideas, get beefs off their chest, screw around, think, have fun, and prep for their next game-changing major LP.

For those that are serious about hip-hop … Read More

Telekinesis and Say Hi at Neumos

November 18, 2015 |

NAVVI started the night with their electro-pop vibes, and having never seen them live before I was totally under Kristin Henry’s spell. Beautiful lady; beautiful voice. I’m in love with everything that her and partner Brad Boettger brought to the … Read More

Hey Rosetta! and Yukon Blonde at The Crocodile

November 12, 2015 |

The Crocodile welcomed to stage Hey Rosetta! and special guest Yukon Blonde on Wednesday night. Yukon Blonde opened the night with their warm, classically indie style. Playing songs from their new album On Blonde (2015), the energy that this group … Read More

6 things I learned at the 2015 Seattle Interactive Conference

November 11, 2015 |

Alright, I attended my very first Seattle Interactive Conference last week and I can back, super inspired and recharged. SIC had so many panels to choose from, and their app that they have was slick. Attendees were able to share … Read More

Telekinesis and Say Hi playing at Neumo’s Nov. 7th

November 6, 2015 |

Neumos is keeping it local this Saturday with exclusively a Pacific Northwest line-up, welcoming Telekinesis and Say Hi. With a two year gap between Dormarion (2013) and Ad Infinitum (2015), Telekinesis is riding the euphoric wave of releasing a long … Read More

Live at Neumos: Odd Future’s The Internet

November 4, 2015 |

Odd Future’s The Internet hit the Neumos stage Sunday night for the second-to-last stop on their “Ego Death” tour. I’m positive that I was not the only one that found the dreamy-bedroom hip-hop show idyllic after a long (and mischievous) … Read More

Interview: FOURS

November 3, 2015 |

Meet your new favorite FOURS-some (get it?!). These wonderful Brits popped up (as so many of the best new discoveries do), on my SoundCloud feed and I have not stopped listening since.

An indie pop crew from across the pond, … Read More