NW Album Reviews
The opening and closing tracks are a study in contrasts. The brisk “Romeo” forcefully kicks the door open, while “Roast Beef” starts out slow enough to be almost languid. It does get harder as it goes along, building up to a fuzzy climax, and dropping in cryptic lines like “Maybe I thought once you died everything would be easy.”
100 Bands in 100 Days Presented by Verity Credit Union
On this New Years Eve, with one day left to endure in this complicated, turbulent year, we’d like to turn your attention towards peace, in the form of a poignant singer-songwriter emblematic of the Northwest’s current folk scene, Beth Whitney.
Review: Upstream Music Fest + Summit brings over 30K music fans to Pioneer Square and exceeds expectations again
Attendees for the second year of Paul Allen’s ambitious Upstream Music Fest + Summit were once again treated to an eclectic mix of music filling the venues and street corners surrounding Seattle’s historic Pioneer Square.
NW Music News
As the most recognizable festivals both regionally and nationwide are steadily beefed up and kept alive by IV’s of liquid gold administered through diamond-encrusted drip chambers, Capitol Hill Block Party’s annual lineups tend to feel like somewhat of a breath of fresh air for their humble, but tempting offerings.
Premiering Now On NW Music Scene
Premiering today on Northwest Music Scene is a new song called “Happening Today” from Strangely Alright.
But that’s not all Thunderpussy does, as anyone who’s had the pleasure of attending a Thunderpussy show can contest; the band specializes not only in sweet licks, but…damn can they dance.
Latest Happenings on Northwest Music Scene
August Greene (Common, Robert Glasper, Karriem Riggins) Coming to Paramount Theatre on November 14th
In early 2016, musicians Common, Robert Glasper and Karriem Riggins found themselves in the studio, crafting the soulful backdrop of