The West Seattle Summer Fest, which has been a West Seattle tradition each year since 1982, features a slew of Northwest talent.
JSBX is back with a new full-length on Mom & Pop Records entitled Freedom Tower – No Wave Dance Party. And as the title suggests, the record is a full-blown party that chronicles the danger, the filth, the beauty and the magic associated with the Big Apple’s changes throughout the past 25 years.
Like many of us, Sub Pop, Seattle’s favorite independent record label, caught wind of Amazon’s recruiting video “Life in Seattle” that supposedly leaked a few days ago.
We finally know some of the performers who will be gracing the 2015 Capitol Hill Block Party stages. RATATAT, TV on the Radio and The Kills are the first three headlining bands announced.
Tom Wilhelmsen has become one of the key personalities inside the Mariners’ locker room. The well-spoken hurler has an infectious sense of humor that his teammates gravitate towards.
Sonny Vincent has recruited Glen Matlock (Sex Pistols), Rat Scabies (The Damned) and Steve Mackay (The Stooges) for what could easily be the record of the year.
Mudhoney, Seattle’s undisputed sons of slop-punk-psych, will be headlining what promises to be a rambunctious, fun and fuzz-filled night at Neumos on Friday. One of the sold-out show’s opening acts will be the Tom Price […]
Last week, France’s Dangerhouse Records reissued the band’s 1992 LP Wrecker, a jam-packed rock ‘n’ roll assault featuring the band’s most widely recognized song, “Watch Outside.”
The King Khan & BBQ Show perform Saturday, October 11 at the Crocodile.
John Reis, (aka Speedo or Swami) talks about the state of Rocket from the Crypt ahead of two Pacific Northwest dates.