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November 23  |  
I Will Keep Your Ghost is back, hear them for yourself It has been nearly two years since Everett band I Will Keep Your Ghost released new music. It's been a year and a half since they last played a hometown show. Last night, the Electro/Rock duo went into the studio at 107.7 The End in Seattle to break the silence with a brand new track. 

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November 3  |  By Steven Graham
Timbrrr! lineup announcement today On Tuesday Nov. 3, the Timbrrr! Winter Music Festival lineup will be announced. Every time one of my favorite local music festivals reveals their lineup I get excited. It’s like Christmas! But in the case of Timbrrr! Winter Music Festival, Timber Outdoor Music Festival and the Doe Bay Music Festival (all run by Artist Home Booking) the lineup really doesn’t matter.

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October 15  |  By Steven Graham
SISTERS release first music video: 'Queer Life' Just because it's completely adorable that doesn't mean it has to lack substance, and Seattle pop duo SISTERS just proved that with their first music video for their new single Queer Life.

The message is an important one and one that the band hasn't been shy about when the topic comes up. That message is that times are changing and it's time to "grow out of it."

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September 10  |  By Steven Graham
In an important year, Bumbershoot was a success Let’s be honest, in what had become a make or break year for one of the biggest music and arts festivals in the region, the new marriage between Bumbershoot and AEG Live didn’t get off to a great start.

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September 4  |  By Steven Graham Special to The Herald
The must-see local bands at Bumbershoot When you buy tickets to a major music festival the size of Bumbershoot it’s likely because of the big name artists attached. Names like The Weeknd, Brand New, Social Distortion, and Ben Harper.

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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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