The Seattle pop-punk trio discuss their new album and the emotional properties of nostalgia with Martin Douglas.
Martin Douglas speaks with the rising Tacoma-raised artist about rap music, art, and his promising career.
How does a child musician turned punk journeyman become one of the most talented and sought after hip-hop producers in Seattle? Martin Douglas investigates.
In this month's edition of Throwaway Style, Daniel Salas of local band Versing gives us a track-by-track report on the band's debut full-length, 10000.
Martin Douglas speaks with the sibling rock 'n roll duo about an array of topics in this lengthy conversation.
Throwaway Style returns as Martin Douglas explores the Seattle band's recent high-concept full-length.
Martin Douglas explores the Sub Pop-issued full-lengths of the gifted Central District wordsmith.
Since taking over the column in March, Martin Douglas has carried on the tradition of making our Northwest music column appointment reading on Thursdays. Here is a collection of choice selections from the past nine months.
For the installment of his growing and immersive Darth Sueder series, the Seattle transplant leans into the hermetic, spiritual, and compassionate sides of himself.
The Seattle band's debut album explores the strain of depression and deteriorating relationships (mostly) from behind a wall of sound. Martin Douglas investigates.
After a decade in various stages of production, Jordan Albertsen's documentary about the epochal Tacoma band has been released to widespread adoration. Martin Douglas speaks to him about the movie and the long road it took to get it released.