This past Sunday evening, the legendary Tacoma band The Sonics played their first hometown show in six years. Martin Douglas explores their influence from the perspective of his twenty years as a Tacoma resident.
Looking back at this year's fest, including sets from Dude York, Father John Misty, Parisalexa, Bully, and more.
A free show for The Paramount's 90th anniversary highlight a changing Seattle from one of its most stable and established musical landmarks.
Featuring sets from The Flaming Lips, The True Loves, Murder City Devils, Kamaiyah, and more.
The Barsuk band marks the release of their latest album Lightlessness Is Nothing New with a live performance during KEXP's live broadcast from Upstream Music Fest + Summit at Little London Plane.
David Byrne and stellar 12-piece band offer strong mixture of political commentary, Talking Heads favorites at The Paramount Theater.
This year's Corridor brought together artists locally and nationally to the soon-to-be demolished West Coast Printing for a beautiful day of experimental art across different mediums
The harsh cold air bites at my hands as I walk toward the Tractor Tavern to see Pedro The Lion play their first Seattle show in 11 years. The harshness of freezing breeze turns my thoughts to Pedro The Lion's "The Longest Winter." "In time memories fade, senses numb," the young David Bazan sings ...