Following his debut album on Columbia Records last summer, ayokay just released ‘we come alive.’ (Side A) on […]
August, you’ve been nice. But September, we’re expecting great things from you, too. (No pressure.)
Last weekend was an exciting one: On Friday, the upcoming (June 1) Seattle edition of Armchair Expert sold out at lightning-fast speed, and on Saturday Record Store Day took over
Planning for nearby concerts, shows & exhibits—and perhaps scheduling in far-flung adventures, too.
In addition to these aforementioned spring concerts, we’re pumped about the following shows: For starters, Tulsa rockers Wilderado play Neptune Theatre on March 26 with Mt. Joy.
Here are our top picks for shows this spring from indie pop to rock to funk. All 15 shows are about $30 before fees except Rüfüs Du Sol ($42) at the business event center (aka WaMu) and Betty Who at Neptune Theatre ($59). Enjoy!
Boston-based electronic pop act Handsome Ghost emerged in 2014 as the project of singer/songwriter Tim Noyes. We had the chance chat with the duo, Tim and Eddie, ahead of their show in Seattle on Wednesday, June 6th. Tickets are available here.
Columbia Records indie-pop artist Phoebe Ryan kicked off her North American headline tour on October 31st in Philadelphia, which includes a stop in Seattle this Saturday, November 11th. The show is at Barboza at 7pm. Buy tickets here.