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Five Alarm Funk
Self-described as the “champions of the party-funk orchestra scene,” Five Alarm Funk combines all of your favorite genres into one stream of chaotic bliss. When it comes to live performance, these Canadian imports leave no rock unturned.
The rising indie-pop duo talks MySpace, fate and Justin Beiber.
It was just an average Thursday night on Capitol Hill for Rachel Taylor and Trevor Kelly, also known as rising star indie darling He Is We. The duo joined me on the dimly-lit upper level of Neumo’s, where, later that evening, they headlined the second concert in the Verizon Wireless Coffee Shop Series, with acoustic accompaniment from fellow Seattleites, The Scene Aesthetic.
The elite jazz group plays eight shows at the historic Belltown favorite.
When: Thursday, Oct. 13 –– Sunday, Oct. 16
Times: Two shows nightly, at 7:30 and 9:30 p.m.
How Much: $40 per person (Tickets)
In a time where popular music is dominated by synthesizers and robotic noise, it’s a breath of fresh air to witness the simplicity of four perfectly syncopated voices that have been singing together for forty years.
And kicks off its debut with a slew of shows you just can’t miss.
Remember that quaint little movie theatre in the U-District where you could catch a film on a lone Thursday night? Well, that forlorn theatre has now transformed into the new “it” venue, a place to behold your favorite bands weekly (and daily in next week’s case!) for little dough.
Fremont has never looked so charming.
This Thursday, September 22nd, The Good Husbands beam to Nectar Lounge for a night of hip-hop bliss.