Tag Archives: seattle musicians

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

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Capitol Hill Block Party 2010: Pre-Festival Picks

chbp picks for friday, july 23rd holy fuck Weirdo, beat-driven noise from Nova Scotia. Unexpected great dance music. -KC MAIN STAGE @ 9:15PM shabazz palaces Intelligent rap featuring Ishmael “Butterfly” Butler of Digable Planets’ fame, that breaks the standard rap mold and reinvents it all at the same time. -PW MAIN STAGE @ 6:00PM bear...Read...
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Black Mountain – “Old Fangs” Music Video

Black Mountain always have some subtly creative videos. In this glitchy, sun-baked video for “Old Fangs”, psychedelic witches meet trashy road film. This amazing video was directed by Mike Bruce and produced by Zoe Bower and Russell Sanzgiri — a combination of folks who have created a lovely hazy blur that seems like a throwback...Read...
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Viper Creek Club – Letters Album Review

If you own a pair of comfortable dancing shoes, Viper Creek Club’s album, Letters, is sure to bring out your inner Fred Astaire or Boogaloo Shrimp. No doubt put together with an array of synths and an endless cache of ideas, all the electronic blips and subtle sound effects will draw comparisons to bands like...Read...
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Damien Jurado – Saint Bartlett Album Review

Damien Jurado’s new record, Saint Bartlett, is refreshingly pleasant for two reasons: the first is that is sounds like something from the past that you have known and loved. This is not to say that it is derivative necessarily, but that it draws from many sources in the best possible way. The second is that...Read...
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SXSW 2010 Festival Review: Men, Neon Indian, Juiceboxxx, Major Lazer, The Lonely Forest, Polly Mackey & The Pleasure Principle

A week-and-a-half after returning from SxSW 2010 should be enough time to blend back into mainstream society, recover from strep throat, and map out my SxSW favorites. Yet unlike some of the other REDEFINE writers, who rambled down the West Coast and into the heart of Texas via a leisurely road trip, my trip is...Read...
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Past Lives – Tapestry Of Webs Album Review

Whether you hated them or loved them, in the early 00’s, The Blood Brothers were THE It Band of the hardcore scene. Wild, uncontrollable, unpredictable, and highly intelligent, the band quickly amassed a devoted following, praised by the die-hard fans for their originality and irreverent approach to punk rock, all the while attracting hordes of...Read...
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S – Sadstyle Album Review (Reissue)

After Seattle underground superheroes Carissa’s Wierd disbanded, Sera Cahoone went on to do her own thing, Ben Bridwell came up with Band Of Horses and Grand Archives, and Jenn Ghetto became S. If you weren’t around ora conscious while Carissa’s Wierd was around, here is what you need to know: they were cool and depressing,...Read...
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The Heligoats – Goodness Gracious Album Review

One-man bands usually call to mind images of a comical minstrel barely standing under the weight of a drum-and-harmonica contraption and self-penned songs that probably belong in a sideshow rather than on a CD. But Chris Otepka, the indie rock artist from Illinois performing under the name the Heligoats, cleverly avoids such assumptions on his...Read...
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