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Monday, 2 March 2020

Mar 2nd

8 p.m.

Lower Dens

The Competition, the fourth album from Lower Dens, is a pop album with a concept both emotionally and politically urgent. The title is lead singer and songwriter Jana Hunter’s term for a sociopsychological phenomenon that, in different ways, binds us all. Modern capitalism by nature generates a kind of psychosis -- an inability to process its constant stimuli and contradictions -- that accelerates our insecurities and anxieties to the point of total overload, corroding our intimacies, our communities, and our senses of self. The Competition speaks, in various ways, to the necessity of “socially de-conditioning ourselves and learning how to be ...

Wednesday, 4 March 2020

Mar 4th

8 p.m.

Best Coast with Mannequin Pussy

Best Coast -- comprised of Bethany Cosentino (vocals, guitar) and Bobb Bruno (guitar) -- has released three critically and culturally acclaimed albums over the last decade while touring the globe, selling out headline shows, and opening for the likes of Green Day, Paramore, Pixies, Death Cab For Cutie, and more. Now they've returned with an incredible new song, entitled “For The First Time.” Says Cosentino about the track, "It’s about feeling comfortable in your own skin and looking at the skin you had to shed to get there and being OK with it all." It is the initial taste of ...

Thursday, 5 March 2020

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Monday, 9 March 2020

Mar 9th

7 p.m.

PUP - Seattle

As of lately, Toronto has been the breeding grounds for some of the best punk rock bands around. The scene is both a blessing and a curse. There seem to be 1,000+ loud rock bands in this city vying for attention, but when you are able to cut through the static, everyone seems to take notice. This is the case for Toronto four-piece, PUP. What sets PUP apart in this booming scene is their ability to fuse raw punk energy with catchy earworms, big hooks, and scream-along choruses. Their songs are loud and fast, equal parts unchecked energy and ...

Wednesday, 11 March 2020

Mar 11th

11 a.m.

More Music at the Moore Livestream

Seattle Theatre Group (STG) will be partnering with Melodic Caring Project (MCP) to offer a livestream video of this Friday's More Music @ The Moore matinee performance, so all can access and experience it!

We will provide a look behind the scenes, the musical performance, plus backstage interviews. Please join us for 75 minutes as if you were there live!

The livestream will be available starting at 11:00 am this Friday, March 13th and will remain available through March 20th.

Tune in this Friday, 3/13 at 11 AM PST >

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