We had planned to spend the weekend before Thanksgiving on Lopez Island with my family, who had been scheduled to fly in from Minnesota. As many of us have done this year, and especially this fall, we made the tough decision to cancel the trip to reduce our risk of contracting or spreading Covid-19.
We had the chance to catch up with electronic hip hop band Lonely Together. The duo, ZAK and Rosie, met at Western Washington University and officially formed as a band in early 2018.
A treasured Washington talents shifts gears to get back on track.
This past September, local artist Noah Gundersen released his third studio album, a 13-track compilation called “White Noise.” Commenting on this huge departure from some of his earlier work, EARMILK noted that, “Noah Gundersen has traded in his traditional acoustic crooning for something a little louder and edgier.” Entertainment Weekly observed, “Moving away from the confessional, singer-songwriter fare that made up his first two LPs, he began treading in more ambiguous, metaphorical waters.”
Head to The White Rabbit in Fremont and get ready to rock.
If you’re on the hunt for good-to-the-bone blues-y rock to wrap up your summer, look no further than Bellingham-based quartet, Bear Cove. With their emotionally charged lyrics and a captivating stage presence, the boys of Bear Cove will be sure to fill the night with music that won’t be easily forgotten.
Whether it’s a drizzle or a torrential downpour, Seattle sees its fair share of rain. But for all the slippery sidewalks and lousy traffic that comes along with wet weather, our region’s ample precipitation does provide some nice advantages. Such as the annual Skagit County Tulip Festival, beginning now until the end of April.