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
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
Any move Taylor Swift makes is made in to a story. These stories, true or not, change people’s perspectives of her. That is exactly what inspired her album, Reputation. 56,000 people gathered at CenturyLink Field in Seattle, WA to see Taylor Swift perform and she blew every expectation out of the water. Continue Reading
One of the most exciting tours of the year came through Seattle this week when Khalid showed up to perform at a sold-out WaMu Theater for his Roxy Tour. He brought along boy band, PRETTYMUCH, which was formed by Simon Cowell back in 2016. Continue Reading
Members of the XO crew, 88GLAM and NAV, took over the Showbox Market in Seattle earlier this week for the Freshman Tour. Nearly every person in attendance was in the mosh pit. You could feel the entire floor moving as the crowd jumped to the performers. Continue Reading
Stop whatever you’re doing right now and find tickets to see Post Malone live. Austin dropped his latest album, Beerbongs and Bentleys, moments before going on stage for the first night of his tour. The album was certified platinum less than 24 hours after its release. We got the chance to catch Post Malone’s sold out show at the ShoWare Center in Seattle. Continue Reading
If you’ve ever heard a Matt Maeson song, then you’ve heard him live. Matt’s powerful vocals are the same during both occasions. His gritty voice tears through each note and conveys the exact emotion of every song. You can check out his music here. Matt is on tour with Bishop Briggs through May 11th. After that he is headlining a couple shows, and playing quite a few festivals. Check out all of his stops here. Continue Reading
This 4/20 weekend was celebrated best by Snoop Dogg, who held his 5th annual Wellness Retreat in three different states. We made it out to the Seattle show, which included performances by Snoop Dogg and Migos. Continue Reading
Mania ensued when Hayley Kiyoko played to a sold out Showbox Market in Seattle. The anticipation ran high throughout the entire night. If you’ve already snagged tickets (or are planning on going) you’ll need to get there early. There was still a line around the block waiting to get in five minutes before the show started.
Jess Kent, an English-born Australian musician, kicked things off. She had the crowd engaged as soon as she skipped up on stage. She sings about love and the turmoil of growing up, but with pop infused beats. Jess also covered a popular Khalid song, but you’ll have to see what she plays for you. She
Hayley Kiyoko fans are some of the nicest people you’ll ever come across; maybe it’s just the vibe in Seattle. The crowd was so full of energy – singing and dancing along to every word. She collected quite a few bras and shirts throughout her performance. Nearing the end of her set, Hayley took her shirt off, and the crowd screamed for a full minute. She blushed bright red. The fandom is strong, and the #20gayteen movement was very present during her show. Hayley is a powerhouse. Her swagger as she dances across the stage is unparalleled. This is only the beginning; just you wait.
You can check out her tour dates . Give a listen to her album, Expectations, here.
Marian Hill performed during Coachella Week 1 and then made their way down to Seattle’s Showbox Market for an incredible show. They brought along one of my favorite artists, Michl, to open for them.
Michl performs in his own little world. Don’t worry; you’re invited. He’s one of the more elusive up-and-coming artists. The front of the crowd was full of head boppers and hip swayers while the back-portion partner danced through his set.
Be prepared to dance during Marian Hill’s set, as their electric songs will make you want to move. Lead singer, Samantha Gongol, will show you exactly how it’s done. She dances perfectly with the music, feeling every beat. She plays well off bandmate Jeremy Lloyd. Although he’s off to the side of the stage, she draws attention to him throughout the entire performance.
Marain Hill’s tour, Unusual, runs through May 16th. You can check out all their tour stops here.