We sat down with Damon Conklin, one of the Seattle Tattoo Expo’s founders, to talk about the event’s longevity and why Seattle has a special crowd of ink fans.
After seven years without a U.S. show, the Mono Men are hopping on stage in Seattle and Bellingham.
Soulful, lo-fi garage icons The Oblivians ended their long-standing recording hiatus earlier this year — and the result is Desperation, the group’s first full-length album since 1997’s …Play 9 Songs with Mr. Quintron.
Longtime Canadian marijuana activist Matt Mernagh has a brand new book out that may come in handy for residents in Washington who plan to dabble with the recently-legalized substance.
The spirited frontman of the hip-hop ensemble The Coup talks to CBS Seattle ahead of the band’s June 14 show at the Crocodile.
On April 23 in 1976, the music industry was sucker-punched by a grimy-looking pack of misfits from Queens, New York. Punk rock pioneers the Ramones released their debut, self-titled album.
The Capitol Hill Block Party schedule has been released; The Flaming Lips headline the final day (Sunday, July 28th).
Tom Shannon of the legendary garage-punk outfit Cheater Slicks talks with CBS Seattle about the band’s return to the west coast to play the 2013 Portland Bender.
Twenty-five years ago today, Bruce Pavitt and Jonathan Poneman turned a reoccurring fanzine and mix tape collection into an underground, Pacific Northwest record label. After a quarter century of spikes, booms, financial plunges, cooky artwork, and music from all over the globe, Seattle’s independent record label Sub Pop is a household name among record collectors and bands across the planet.
On Saturday, Wallingford’s Comics Dungeon is being graced with an amatory display of “dark” beauty as members of the world-famous Suicide Girls will be signing copies of their new book, Hard Girls, Soft Light.