Tag Archives: seattle musicians

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

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Tea Cozies – Hot Probs Album Review

If the sound of blistering guitars on the opening track, “Boys at the Metro,” doesn’t get a listener’s attention, the “hey!” shouts will make it clearly known that Seattle’s Tea Cozies are not willing to go unnoticed. Following a 5-song EP, which received airplay on Seattle’s KEXP and numerous Internet radio stations, Tea Cozies continue...Read...
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Girls Rock! (2009) Documentary Film Review

While female musicians are represented a fair amount in Redefine’s reviews and interviews, I have noticed, over time, that the majority of bands and musicians we cover are in fact male. The number of female rock musicians has certainly increased through the years, but the industry is still largely male-dominated. Girls Rock! takes a look...Read...
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To The Waves – Self-Titled Album Review

Recently, essayist Eric Grubbs wrote a book entitled POST: A Book About the Influence of Post-Hardcore 1985-2008. In the book, Grubbs profiles several bands, including genre stalwarts like At the Drive-In, Jawbox, Fugazi and Sunny Day Real Estate. If that book were to continue, Seattle/Tacoma-based To the Waves would be a perfect case study for...Read...
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The Oregon Donor – Somethings Album Review

Indie-prog rock has never actually been particularly “cool.” It has never been hip or in style, and it has always attracted a mostly male audience. And you know what makes an indie-prog band even less cool? Naming the first track on your record “3rd Lvl Wizard.” Regardless of what class of nerdy they reside in...Read...
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