Experience the enchantment of Jack White at the WaMu Theater.
I liked the White Stripes, I think at some point in time we all fell for the album White Blood Cells in 2001, with that garage band sound a lot of Americans’ strive for, but couldn’t successfully pull off without the British accent. But I must say I LOVE Jack White; his solo performance at
Come see Regina Spektor seduce the crowd at the Paramount Theater.
Move over J Lo, another diva from the Bronx has emerged, and she’s certainly a force to be re-conned with; since her arrival to the main stage circa 2001, Regina Spektor has been
This talent brings his rare exceptional voice to share with the Showbox Market.
Who: Frank Ocean, born Christopher Lonny Breaux, is a rare breed of R&B talent these days. He’s remained casually under the radar, writing for artists such as John Legend and Justin Beiber, but after working with LA’s Odd Furtive Collection, and self releasing his first album Nostalgia his own stardom began to shine for his vocal talents.
The eclectic blues, folk, soul, reggae and rock singer-songwriter hits up Seattle.
Grammy Award Winner and favorite Northwest sensation Ben Harper is coming to the Crocodile Cafe this weekend to support his cousin, Justice Steve Gonzalez, and his campaign to claim his throne in the Supreme Court. Harper is best known for his
Aussie boys bring their Temper to the Showbox.
In 2005, a cluster of Aussie blokes in Melbourne started up the indie rock sensation that is The Temper Trap. Jonothan and Toby had been working together in a clothing store, and lured friends Dougie, Lorenzo and Joseph to collaborate on a musical escapade and began
Seattleite goes one-on-one with this hot Icelandic music import.
I’ve finally recovered from the four day bender at the Sasquatch Festival Memorial weekend and had the opportunity to get personal with the folks of the Icelandic clad Of Monsters and Men.
This folkie Icelandic ensemble of six, has been under the radar for the past few years but have really taken off and transformed into rockstars within the last six months in America, and worldwide.
Bigfoot sighting — this year’s lineup will blow your mind.
Sasquatch is upon us and the 2012 lineup is bursting with new talent, and well oiled favorites. Headliners at this year’s festival include Jack White of the White Stripes, The Roots, Beck and the list goes on and on.
Give your mother the DubStep experience this weekend.
Check Em’ Out: Bassnectar is the techno- sonic brain child of Lorin Ashton, and if you haven’t had the opportunity to listen to the vibrations he continues to produce as a musical project he’s shared from one end of the globe to the next, you might want to take your mother to WaMu Theatre this weekend.
Passive me, naked you.
Check em Out: The Naked and Famous began as a meetcute between composer/writer Thom Powers and lyricist Alisa Xayalith at music school back in 2008. The two New Zealanders were approached by a few independent labels after feverishly sending electro pop demos around town and recruited three other Aucklandites to perform live around the country.
The Swedes invade Seattle and unleash the animal.
Check ’em Out: Who is Miike Snow? DJ. Electronica. Wizard. Jackolope. Christian Karlsson and Pontus Winnberg, two Swedish dudes hooked on creating beats teamed up with American Andrew Watts back in 2000 to work on someone else’s pop album. Evidently this spawned a lasting friendship that would develop into the elusive birth of Miike Snow in 2007.