deadmau5’s Cube V3 tour stopped in Seattle for a night at WAMU Theater last month. As I’ve seen Joel Zimmerman, aka deadmau5 a couple times at various festivals over the years, I was most excited for the collaboration with Lights and whatever this cube thing was about.
Last Saturday, Seattleite had the opportunity to attend the sold-out Porter Robinson and Madeon Shelter Live Tour at WaMu Theater in Seattle. The pop-centric show did not disappoint and included both innovative electronic dance music and incredible indoor pyrotechnics.
Acclaimed electronic artists Porter Robinson and Madeon are coming to Seattle on December 10th as part of their “Shelter Live” Tour. Earlier this year the two longtime friends collaborated on a new single “Shelter“. In less than a month the track garnered over 10 million streams, charted #1 on Spotify’s Viral List, and earned acclaim the likes of Rolling Stone, Billboard, Pitchfork + more.
The introspective rapper enjoys his biggest year to date.
As a teenager, Capitol Hill native Ben Hagerty dreamed of becoming a successful rapper. Today, the Seattle hip-hop scene is in full swing – and Hagerty (aka Macklemore) is considered one of the movement’s founding fathers. Thanks to a massive worldwide tour and highly anticipated album slated for release next week, this socially conscious MC is preparing to make the leap from local favorite to national icon.
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
Dress in white and prepare to have the time of your life — and get drenched in neon paint.
What do you get when you combine performance art, high-energy music, confetti rain and neon paint? Dayglow, the world’s largest paint party.