Tag Archives: seattle musicians

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

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Big Spider’s Back – “Warped” Music Video

Just sharing some jolly good locally-grown experimental psych-pop with you, courtesy of Big Spider’s Back and director Karla Santos. The video for “Warped” captures psychedelic pop in its essence, really, with radiant colors swirling in and out of consciousness, melding with shapes and figures reminiscent of those formed when Polaroids burn or planets collide. Warped...Read...
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BOAT – Setting The Paces Album Review

With Setting The Paces, BOAT has written an album that slots into my demographic with an almost startling precision. Did you spend your mid-to-late-twenties in the Pacific Northwest? How about a wannabe Northwest town like Madison, Wisconsin? If you answered “yes” to either of these questions, then Setting the Paces will surprise you with its...Read...
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Russian Circles – Geneva Album Review

The instrumental, post-rock landscape is a bit crowded as of late. But in just three albums, the Chicago/Seattle trio Russian Circles have cemented themselves at the top, and this fact is readily apparent in their fantastic new album, Geneva. Russian Circles have always bounced between the moments that recall sunshine and the moments that recall...Read...
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The Abodox – Up The Excalibur Album Review

After the The Dillinger Escape Plan’s landmark album Calculating Infinity dropped back in 1999 (which is oddly enough when The Abodox first formed), there were suddenly a ton of bands nationwide trying to outdo each other in the light speed/time signature-shifting/technical proficiency department, and thus, the genre of spazz-core or as I like to call...Read...
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These Arms Are Snakes Live Show Review

It’s official: These Arms Are Snakes’ frontman Steve Snere is my favorite frontman. Simultaneously goofy and raw, Snere is the kind of guy you might think would run out of signature moves — he has so many, after all — but on this evening in Washington, D.C., far away from where I usually catch them...Read...
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Forks and Knives – Self-Titled Album Review

With their homemade press kit, Forks and Knives seem like a band with DIY roots right off the bat. But unlike many bands that throw together a press kit, write a personal note, and call that enough, Forks and Knives manage to come off as professional despite being hugely unconventional. Included in their package was...Read...
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Narrows – New Distances Album Review

I’ll admit right off the bat that this might not be the most unbiased review. As a massive fan of the heavy monstrosity that was Botch, any CD with a sticker that says for fan of Botch or any band featuring ex-members of Botch will find its way into my rotation almost immediately. Same goes...Read...
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