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Dawn McCarthy & Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy – What The Brothers Sang Album Review

Dawn McCarthy & Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy What The Brothers Sang Drag City Can we appreciate older music, without it being retrostylized, sculpted and reconfigured for modern ears? Will Oldham, the right honorable Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy, and Dawn McCarthy (of Faun Fables fame) seem to think so, dishing up thirteen slices of pure unadulterated Americana on...Read...
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USC Events’ Freak Night 2012 Live Show Review (w/ Retrospective Poster Gallery)

2012 marked the 16th anniversary of United States of Consciousness (USC)’s annual Halloween party, Freak Night. One of Seattle’s premiere electronic music massives, Freak Night has seen multiple venue changes through the years, beginning in spaces like indoor soccer fields (1998)1 and floating to and from miscellaneous warehouse and events spaces like Fremont Studios (2006)2....Read...
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Bright Eyes – The People’s Key Album Review

So, Bright Eyes. It’s come to this. That The People’s Key came out somewhat overcooked in the studio cannot come as a shock to most long-time fans of Bright Eyes. Each subsequent album after Fevers And Mirrors (with the exception of I’m Wide Awake, It’s Morning) has added exponential amounts of instruments, overdubs, and cutesy...Read...
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Northwest Film Forum’s Visual Music Series

The relationship between visuals and music are starting to be explored ad nauseum by musicians of all calibers and stages in their careers, but it’s important to take a look back on the forces and individuals who have brought our musical-visual synthesis to its current popularity. Northwest Film Forum’s upcoming Visual Music series will help...Read...
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