Month: June 2018



Your guide to Seattle’s Capitol Hill Block Party, featuring Father John Misty, Dillon Francis, Brockhampton and more

What once started out as a one day event, Capitol Hill Block Party now spreads throughout six blocks in the heartbeat of Seattle. A complete lineup was released earlier this week, which included the addition of Unknown Moral Orchestra. The beautiful part of CHBP is that they champion local talent while mixing in major national artists. Continue Reading

Interview: Singer and songwriter Tim Atlas on “All Talk!”, competing on The Voice and his upcoming national tour

Singer and songwriter Tim Atlas grew up in California’s Bay Area and recently made the move to Los AngelesHis groovy, R&B-infused, indie pop sound features layered guitars and heartfelt lyrics, which he says take influence from artists like Hall & Oates, John Mayer and Phoenix.  Continue Reading

JoJo shows off her growth from pop one-hit-wonder to R&B powerhouse at Neumos in Seattle

Remember pretending to be upset at a boy for breaking your heart while lip syncing to “Leave (Get Out)” by JoJo? Well the young pop start has grown in to an incredible R&B singer who sold out Neumos in Seattle. Continue Reading

Hop Along and Bat Fangs blend folk and rock at the 9:30 Club in Washington D.C.

The history of the 9:30 Club loomed large in the minds of the members of Hop Along as they thought out loud, “Headlining at this place is one of those dreams that you never think will come true,”. I first saw Hop Along when they opened for Built to Spill a year ago and after that performance I figured it was only a matter of time before they headlined their own tour. Continue Reading

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Interview: What So Not talks collaborations, ‘Not All the Beautiful Things’ and speaking at Harvard before his Sasquatch set

You have to try extremely hard to miss What So Not. Chris (What So Not) walks in with freshly dyed, as he describes it, “tennis ball green” hair, bright red overalls with a matching fanny pack slung around him and bright pink shades. He screams cool and upon talking to him, is just that. We got the chance to chat with him before his set at Sasquatch! Music Festival at The Gorge. Continue Reading

3 weeks ago

Slayer, Lamb of God and Anthrax lead a heavy lineup of metal at the Mohegan Sun Arena in Connecticut

Testament, Behemoth, Anthrax, Lamb of God, and F*ckin’ Slayer. I can’t believe a line up this insane is even legal. In my constant running from photo pit to my nosebleed seats, I was dodging puddles of blood on the floor and the halls of Mohegan Sun’s arena were echoing with metal heads chanting and hollering for their favorite band, SLAYERRR! Continue Reading

3 weeks ago

Glam rock band The Struts sell out four nights at LA’s Roxy Theater (with Grace Mitchell)

English glam rock band, The Struts, performed at The Roxy Theater in Los Angeles, California. All four nights at the famous venue on Hollywood’s Sunset Strip were sold-out. Continue Reading

3 weeks ago

Tyler, Vince, Anderson and more: The five best things we saw at Sasquatch Festival

Sasquatch! Music Festival came and went in the blink of an eye. With a three-day schedule packed full of activities and non-stop music, a lot of memories were made. There were a few that stuck out more than others. Moments that won’t soon be forgotten. Continue Reading

3 weeks ago

Interview: French DJ Petit Biscuit talks traveling, college and Drake before his set at Sasquatch Festival

18-year-old Petit Biscuit released his debut album, Presence, in November. He has been taking the EDM scene by storm since he was only 15-years-old, with the release of Sunset Lover. While age clearly doesn’t matter, it’s important to note just how many waves Petit Biscuit is making at such a young age. Love for the French born artist is palpable in the crowds he draws. We got the chance to chat with him before his set at Sasquatch! Music Festival at The Gorge. Continue Reading

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