NW Album Reviews
The little folksy blues ditty “My Town,” has a delightful Appalachian vibe, and the solo on acoustic guitar “Capturing the Humility Vote,’ begins as Scott Joplin and ends as Mozart.
CONCERT REVIEW: Florence and the Machine’s High As Hope Tour at Key Arena Creates Magical Experience
In a place where you wondered what was real and what was a dream, Welch orchestrated the best fairy tale that was ever read to you.
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As the 84 minute masterpiece rolls the credits with “The Witch” blasting in the background, it’s clear that this film will further cement the legacy of one of the greatest rock and roll bands of all time.
Seattle Councilmember Kshama Sawant Announces Preserve the Showbox Rally at City Hall Lobby on August 1
Premiering Now On NW Music Scene
In just a few short years, Seattle indie-electronic duo NAVVI have carved out a lane all their own in the world of regionally-sourced underground pop music, side-stepping the familiar and passé of more predictable modern synth-driven dream pop and injecting it with a syringe full of lush soundscapes and the most body-numbing downers money can buy.
Publicly, Andrew W.K. is known and loved as the King of Partying. His social media feeds are filled with positive messages, like this one from Twitter: “PARTY TIP: Staying positive doesn’t mean you don’t feel sad or scared sometimes, it just means you keep going anyway.”
Latest Happenings on Northwest Music Scene
While it would have been easy to represent Seattle as many see it now – Amazon balls, Seattle Center, and Pike Place Market – Park makes it a point to feature less polished city scenery: cloudy gray skies, mud puddles, and dimly-lit grocery stores.