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 […]
Sub Pop Records’ new retail store inside Sea-Tac Airport may change the attitudes of the many travelers who loathe the wait that occurs between finishing the security check and boarding a plane.
Cheap Time, a rock ‘n’ roll trio from Nashville, Tennessee, has been pumping out singles and albums since 2007, including three full-lengths on In The Red.
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.
The Sonics are coming back to Seattle…and we’re not talking about the basketball team.
The Mudhoney frontman talks with CBS Seattle about the February 2nd show with Tacoma’s legendary band The Sonics, the new Mudhoney album coming out on Sub Pop in April and the joys of listening to Scott Vanderpool on KZOK.