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Thumbnail for - A Fiendish Conversation with Lumineers Producer Ryan Hadlock
Feb 8, 2013
Local Talent
With the Lumineers up for two Grammys on Sunday, their Seattle producer explains the magic of Bear Creek Studio.
Thumbnail for - Easy Street Records Queen Anne to Close
Jan 2, 2013
RIP
After 12 years of keeping us in vinyl and CDs, the record store makes way for a Chase Bank.
Thumbnail for - Seattle’s Music Industry Rallies for Same-Sex Marriage
Jun 7, 2012
Music + Politics
Yesterday, as Preserve Marriage Washington submitted 200,000 signatures to stop the state’s gay marriage law from going into effect, a small uprising was starting in the Havana Social Club on...
Thumbnail for - Give It a Spin: Saturday Is Record Store Day
Apr 18, 2012
Free Music
Though Cassette Day may never catch on, Record Store Day returns this Saturday for another round of vinyl-clutching music appreciation. Seattle-area record stores will offer a variety of...
Thumbnail for - Seattle Times Digs Up Jazz Gold at the Dump
Apr 11, 2012
Music News We Love
Give credit where credit’s due: There was a great story in the Seattle Times this weekend about the unearthing of jazz gold at a landfill outside San Francisco, where a storage container sat...
Thumbnail for - "Hail to the Zombie Capital of the World!"
Jul 5, 2011
Seattle by the Numbers
  News by the numbers 4,522 The number of zombies in Fremont on July 2—enough to regain the Guinness World Record for "largest zombie walk" from Asbury Park, NJ, who ripped it from us last year...
Thumbnail for - New Death Cab for Cutie: "Underneath the Sycamore," "Home Is a Fire"
May 10, 2011
Local Music
Just got wind of two new songs off Death Cab for Cutie’s forthcoming album, Codes and Keys, out May 31 (via Stereogum). "Underneath the Sycamore" has a catchy hook, but I’m partial to "Home Is a...
Thumbnail for - The Head and the Heart Add Second Show
Mar 7, 2011
Music News
In the past week, local indie band the Head and the Heart made the cover of both CityArts magazine and Seattle Weekly: one called the Sub Pop kids the best band of 2011, "a polished, joyful...
Thumbnail for - In Memoriam: The Dutchess and the Duke
Oct 11, 2010
Music News
Jesse Lortz and Kimberly Morrison, aka the Dutchess and the Duke, have ended their folk-rock reign in Seattle this week, according to reports. The band was two years old. Despite comparisons to...
Thumbnail for - Soundgarden: From Nowhere to Everywhere
Aug 17, 2010
Music News
Know that thing about Soundgarden making a comeback? You know: playing the Showbox and Lollapalooza, then releasing retrospective Telephantasm in a package with Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock?...
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