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August 14  |  By Steven Graham
One last Kithkin show It’s always sad when a band you love calls it quits, for any reason. So when I was sitting at the New Mexicans today surfing Facebook as I waited for my lunch to arrive my heart pretty much sank when I came across the news that Kithkin would be playing their final show together on Sept. 3 and then going their separate ways.



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August 5  |  By Steven Graham
New Macklemore track released Seattle hip-hop giants Macklemore and Ryan Lewis just gave us a preview of the follow up to their 2012 hit record "The Heist." The new song titled "Growing Up (Sloane's Song)" is a tribute to Macklemore's daughter.

This is the first new song out of the Macklemore camp in three years and this time they teamed up with Ed Sheeran, so it's pretty much going to be a monstrous radio success.



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July 31  |  By Steven Graham
Sundries record release party tonight Seattle band Sundries celebrate the release of their new record The Wave tonight at The Piranha Shop in Seattle. Joining them on the bill is Everett band Fauna Shade, Adventuress Sleeping and Casual Hex.

This is a killer lineup at a cool venues and the new record is fantastic. Just listen below and then do the right thing spend your Friday night hearing it live.



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July 16  |  By Steven Graham
Brothers From Another release new song Recently Seattle hip-hop group Brothers From Another completed a successful Kickstarter campaign raising more than $7000 to fund their upcoming full-length album called "This Summer." This will be the first full length from BFA, who have released a number of very successful EPs.

Wait ... First full length?!



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July 14  |  By Steven Graham
Seattle's Smokey Brights released the new video for their "Catacombs" today. This is one of my favorite tracks off of one of my favorite albums from 2014, "A Taste For Blood."

The video is almost as dark as the song. Check it out.





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July 10  |  By Steven Graham
For the first time in four years Seattle's Bryan John Appleby is releasing new music and it sounds way too good. The new song is called "Costanoan Bones" is the first glimpse at the upcoming BJA album.

The new album titled "The Narrow Valley" is set for a release later this year. Hear "Costanoan Bones" below.



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June 26  |  By Steven Graham Special to The Herald
Don’t miss hot San Francisco band The Stone Foxes at The Cannery July 2 Three years ago, I went to Bellingham with some friends to see one of my favorite local bands, Hot Bodies In Motion. They were opening for a San Francisco band called The Stone Foxes. None of us had heard of the headliner, so we talked about taking off early. Fortunately someone suggested we stick around for at least one song from this other band.

What happened next was one of the most engaging, exciting and fun club shows I've ever attended. Since then I've hoped to see...

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May 29  |  By Steven Graham
Roundup of the mind-blowing music at this year's Sasquatch! The 2015 Sasquatch! Music Festival is in the books and there are plenty of great things to report.

The lineup was incredible, all the performances I saw were as good as or better than expected and of course The Gorge is one of the most beautiful places in the whole world to see music.



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May 21  |  By Steven Graham Special to The Herald
Is this the best Sasquatch! lineup ever? When the name "Kendrick Lamar" hit the screen before any other names at the 2015 Sasquatch! music festival lineup announcement party nearly everyone in the capacity crowd at the Neptune theatre went crazy. Then the lineup hit us with other great names like Modest Mouse, The Decemberists, Spoon, Father John Misty and Run The Jewels and everyone's jaws remained on the floor.

The crowd erupted with excitement after each name was announced and many of us couldn't...

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May 7  |  By Steven Graham
Fisherman's Village Music Festival artist highlight: Joseph Portland sisters Joseph just released a series of videos through Los Angeles video outfit Blind Blind Tiger. See the videos above and catch Joseph on the main stage at the Fisherman's Village Music Festival on May 15-17.



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May 6  |  By Steven Graham
Fisherman's Village Music Festival artist highlight: Cuff Lynx Seattle electronic duo CUFF LYNX just released a new track called "Prowl" that features Parker Joe of The Flavr Blue. You can catch CUFF LYNX at the Fisherman's Village Music Festival, May 15-17.

Click here to enter to win a wristband to the Fisherman's Village Music Festival.



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May 5  |  By Steven Graham
Fisherman's Village Music Festival artist highlight: The Helio Sequence The Helio Sequence just released the new video for their single "Upward Mobility" from their new self-titled album due out in May on Subpop Records. You can catch The Helio Sequence on the main stage at the Fisherman's Village Music Festival, which runs May 15-17, just days before their album is released.



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April 26  |  By Steven Graham Special to The Herald
Everett band Fauna Shade shines with new album, 'Baton Rouge' It doesn't seem that long ago that Fauna Shade released their three-track EP and took second place at EMP's Sound Off! 2014 competition.

Now the Everett band is about to turn heads with the release of their debut full-length album, "Baton Rouge."

Fronted by Everett's Scotty Smith with Richie Owen on drums and Derek Johnston on bass, Fauna...

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March 13  |  By Steven Graham
A conversation with Andrew Joslyn With all the work he has done with so many amazing artists it would be an understatement to call Andrew Joslyn a staple in the Seattle music community. After sitting down with him recently and hearing his story the case could easily be made that he is the hardest working musician around these parts, a title he would of course never claim.



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