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Scott Devendorf of The National on Sleep Well Beast, LZNDRF, and Winning A Grammy

The bassist discusses everything from the group’s unique approach to collaboration, their mutual love for graphic design and video, his side-project LZNDRF, and a bit of what it was like to be animated for Bob’s Burgers


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Chill But Sad: Soccer Mommy Talks Her Latest Album Clean, “Your Dog,” and the Albums That Shaped Her

Soccer Mommy's Sophie Allison chats with KEXP about dropping out of NYU to pursue music, dry shampoo, and her background home recording.


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Sasquatch! Music Festival, Day 3: In Photos

This year's Sasquatch! Music Festival concluded with some beautiful performances from Slowdive, Perfume Genius, Japanese Breakfast, The National and more.


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Sasquatch! Music Festival, Day 2: In Photos

Day Two of the Sasquatch! Music Festival continued with some incredible performances from Modest Mouse, TV on the Radio, Pedro the Lion, Explosions in the Sky, and more.


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Sasquatch! Music Festival, Day 1: In Photos

Day One of the Sasquatch! Music Festival brought stellar sets from David Byrne, Tyler, the Creator, Wolf Parade, Margo Price, and so much more.


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Sasquatch! Music Festival 2018 Lineup Announced

Sasquatch! returns May 25-27 with Bon Iver, The National, Modest Mouse, and more!


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Sasquatch! Music Festival, Day 3: Chance the Rapper

Throw out your rule book and rewrite the record book. That's what you must do to keep up with Chance the Rapper. Earlier this year, the 24-year-old Chicago rapper became the first musician to win a Grammy without releasing physical versions of his songs, clinching "Best Rap Album," for his uplift...


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Sasquatch! Music Festival 2017, Day 1: Porter Ray

There are essentially two moods at festivals: ready to turn up or ready to chill out. On the first afternoon of Sasquatch, Seattle rapper Porter Ray played to both feelings, performing tracks from his intense, yet laid-back 2017 album, Watercolor.


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Sasquatch! Music Festival, Day 3: Chicano Batman

Few bands worked Sasquatch's main stage better than Chicano Batman. The L.A. four-piece played a lively set on Sunday afternoon, infusing latin rock with elements of psychedelia, funk, and soul in an hour-long performance.


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Sasquatch! Music Festival, Day 3: The Shins

There was something magical about the Sunday night Sasquatch Music Fest performance by The Shins. Or maybe it just felt "magical." The stage was covered in giant paper flowers, with stems taller than the musicians and blooms bigger than their heads. (Ego jokes aside; everyone seems to have perfec...


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Sasquatch! Music Festival, Day 3: Car Seat Headrest

It hit around "Maud Gone": Will Toledo has finally found a band as talented as he is. For many years, Car Seat Headrest existed as the bedroom project of Will Toledo, releasing countless albums of expressive, vibrant pop/punk. However, after being signed to Matador, Toledo began recording and tou...


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Sasquatch! Music Festival, Day 3: SISTERS

The Gorge's rust-colored cliffs are about as far from the city as you can get, but, with the right artist onstage, they can feel just like home. On Sunday afternoon at Sasquatch's main stage, Seattle electro-pop outfit SISTERS captured the warmth and informality of a cozy family gathering (sans d...


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