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Nicolita Bradley
Nicolita Bradley
Nicolita is a caffeine-addicted photographer based in Seattle. You can follow her work on Instagram at instagram.com/okaynicolita or check out her website at okaynicolita.com.

Interview: Jeremy Zucker on his headlining tour, playing UNO and his new EP “summer”

Jeremy Zucker is a powerhouse artist – he sings, writes, and produces. Last time Jeremy was in Seattle he was opening up for Lauv. This time, he’s dropping by on his first headlining tour. Every single date sold out. Jeremy has been gaining traction quickly after his single “all the kids are depressed” went viral. We caught up with him before his show in Seattle. Continue Reading

Miguel draws in a huge crowd at Seattle’s WaMu Theatre (with DVSN)

It’s harder to feel connected to an artist in larger venue settings. This was not the case at the WaMu Theater when Miguel finished off his Ascension Tour. From beginning to end the show drew you closer to each artist and the people around you.

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Kali Uchis sells out the Showbox SoDo in Seattle for an energetic, upbeat show

Mix sexy and spicy together and you’ll have the perfect description of a Kali Uchis show. She sold out the Showbox SoDo in Seattle, packing the place with over 1,000 fans. Continue Reading

Interview: The Regrettes talk recording in Nashville, favorite songs and comfortable Reeboks

The Regrettes are sitting together like the cool punk kids you see in all the movies. It’s natural for them to lead a crowd; they held the attention of their audience at Bumbershoot like seasoned pros. Fronted by Lydia Night, The Regrettes are taking the punk rock scene by storm. We got the chance to chat with them at Bumbershoot. Continue Reading

Florence and the Machine brings energy and joy to Seattle’s Key Arena (with Lizzo and St. Vincent)

Florence Welch of Florence and The Machine is an angel of effervescence. The North American leg of the High As Hope Tour kicked off in Seattle at Key Arena. A lineup of powerfully strong women filled the night. Lizzo kicked off the night. Her energy is consistently high. Lizzo is an empowerment of body positivity, and she touched on the subject several times during her performance. Continue Reading

Sam Smith returns to the spotlight as smooth vocals fill Seattle’s Key Arena

Being serenaded by Sam Smith should be on everybody’s bucket list of things to experience. Seattle was given a wondrous night with Sam as he performed to a sold out Key Arena stadium. Unfortunately the opener, Beth Ditto, was unable to perform due to illness. Continue Reading

Interview: Carlie Hanson on her upcoming tours, “Sierra Burgess is a Loser”, and moving to Seattle (maybe)

Carlie Hanson drips confidence. Her effortlessly cool demeanor naturally draws people’s attention. She’s incredibly herself for a young, budding pop sensation in the making. We were lucky enough to chat with Carlie before her set at Bumbershoot. She whispers “Hello, it’s Carlie.” as I slide the mic her way. Continue Reading

Interview: Jade Bird talks about her roots as a musician and her favorite shows backstage at Bumbershoot

Jade Bird beams rays of sunshine as she greets us with a warn, cheerful, “Hello!” after her set at Bumbershoot. Energy abounds from the young British singer while the day winds down around her. Continue Reading

Anti-pop king Rex Orange County draws a sold-out crowd in Seattle (with Cuco)

Anti-pop king Rex Orange County gathered every Seattle hipster in the city for an incredibly packed, sold out show. Originally scheduled at The Market, demand to see the artist’s show was so high they upgraded to the Showbox SoDo. Continue Reading

Interview: pluko talks road trips, his musical origins and debut album “sixteen” (coming August 17)

pluko sits in a chair with bright white hair and freshly tanned skin. He looks calm, even after the many obstacles that came his way earlier that day. The 18-year-old is getting ready to release an album, sixteen. We caught up with Sam after his short set at Capitol Hill Block Party. Continue Reading

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