Tag Archives: seattle musicians

Musicians residing in or around the Seattle, Washington metropolitan area (includes Olympia and Bellingham).

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garage _ psych _ dance Non-Official SXSW Party: Press Release

For the first year ever, REDEFINE magazine — a Pacific Northwest-based independent music, art, and film blog — has decided to undertake the daunting task of throwing a show at SXSW. After partnering with influential Dallas-based mixtape blog, Clumsy & Shy, and enlisting the help of Portland, OR booker, The Petite Zarathustran, the collaborative trio employed DIY tactics and...Read...
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Say Hi – Um, Uh Oh Album Review

Over the years, and with each new release, Seattle-based Say Hi seemed to lose a touch of its eccentric bedroom-pop quality. The music remained endearing, but was clearly transforming into something more “grown-up.” Luckily, the sole creator behind Say Hi, Eric Elbogen, has managed to bring new life to his project with his latest, entitled...Read...
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Pocket Panda – Self-Titled Album Review

Listening to the 5-song EP from Seattle’s Pocket Panda is kind of like the first time that you see your older brother cry. You discover that burly men with deep voices can get sentimental too. With the band member count clocking in at seven, Pocket Panda is a conglomerate of various influences and talents. Mixing...Read...
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X-Ray Press – UVB-76 Album Review

Since 1982, a shortwave radio station in Russia has been transmitting the same short, monotonous buzz tone at the rate of approximately 25 tones per minute, just about 24 hours a day, every day. That station, UVB-76, has since been nicknamed “The Buzzer,” for obvious reasons. According to Wikipedia, the actual purpose of the station...Read...
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MMMicrofestival: Call For Video Art! Aural/Visual Synthesis To Soundlers By Hoop Dreams

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Open Call For Video Art : An Installation Of Aural/Visual Synthesis At MMMicrofestival : An Evening Of Music, Movement & Multimedia On December 8th, 2010, REDEFINE magazine and InterArts will be curating MMMicroFestival – An Evening of Music, Movement, and Multimedia – at Holocene in Portland, Oregon. The inventive evening will feature...Read...
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