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A new song from Everett band Russian Dragons

A little while back I posted a video of Russian Dragons performing for the very first time at open mic night at the Anchor Pub… Continue reading

Concert recommendations for March

I slacked the last couple of months and didn’t get my monthly show recommendations out. There are some pretty exciting shows coming up in March… Continue reading

Song of the week: Geographer’s ‘Lover’s Game’

Last night I got to see Geographer perform in Seattle. I will post more about that show next week but for now I thought it… Continue reading

Song of the week: Damien Jurado’s ‘Working Titles’

Seeing as how we have already been talking about Damien Jurado this morning, “Working Titles” seemed like a good pick for song of the week.… Continue reading

Fremont Abbey an intimate setting for music

Last week I enjoyed my first concert at the Fremont Abbey Arts Center. It was an all acoustic show with a lineup that included Jonathan… Continue reading

Everett should be a music hotbed; why isn’t it?

Why isn’t there more good, live music in Everett? When I say “good,” I don’t mean country music superstars or whatever resurrected ’80s pop or… Continue reading

Guster goes acoustic at the Neptune

Guster is on the road for their first ever acoustic tour and Monday night they played the Neptune Theater in Seattle. The Submarines opened the… Continue reading

Song of the week: ‘Shoelaces’ by The Submarines

After seeing The Submarines open for Guster Monday night at the Neptune I had to go with their song “Shoelaces” for the song of the… Continue reading

Daydream Vacation, Head Like a Kite party at the Croc

Friday night, Head Like a Kite and Daydream Vacation performed in front of a packed house at the Croc in Seattle. It was more of… Continue reading

Song of the week ‘No Prayers’ from Zeds Dead and Omar LinX

Electronic producer Zeds Dead has joined forces with rapper Omar LinX. The result is Victor, a tasty seven track dubstep driven, hiphop collaboration that I… Continue reading

Seattle takes SXSW: a photo set

Local photographer David Klayton has a knack for being everywhere. If something cool is happening in the local music scene you can bet David is… Continue reading

Song of the week: ‘People’ by David Bazan

Wednesday night I had to pleasure of seeing Seattle singer/songwriter David Bazan perform in a living room in Seattle. There is going to be a… Continue reading

Logan Ulavale wins first Sink or Swim contest

Emory’s on Silver Lake’s Sink or Swim open mic talent competition wrapped up last night. It was a ton of fun but being a judge… Continue reading

David Bazan’s Living Room Tour

Seattle singer-songwriter David Bazan is doing something pretty cool. Last Friday night Bazan kicked off his Living Room Tour. Over the course of the next… Continue reading

Sasquatch 2012 playlist

In honor of the Sasquatch! Music Festival presale starting today, it feels like playlist time. I loaded the playlist up with 40 tracks all from… Continue reading

20 Riverside plays Everett Station celebration

The 10-year celebration of the Everett Station was Friday and in a very cool move the people in charge decided to have Everett band 20… Continue reading

Free music from the Lumineers

Update, Feb. 17, 2012: Due to high demand, the show has been moved to Neumos. Tickets for the Tractor will be honored. ———————————————————- Denver folk… Continue reading

Chris Cornell’s Whitney Houston tribute

The passing of Whitney Houston has certainly been felt in the music world this week. When an idol like Whitney is lost you always get… Continue reading

The Head and the Heart to perform for President Obama

This just confirmed by NWProgressive.org. After President Obama wraps up his Boeing visit in Everett he is headed to the Bellevue Westin for a lunch… Continue reading

Song of the week: Daydream Vacation’s ‘Clever Is Not My Best Excuse’

Our song of the week was an easy pick this week. It’s the new song/video “Clever Is Not My Best Excuse” from Seattle’s Daydream Vacation.… Continue reading