Cap Hill Block Party Roundup, Final Day of Awesome

I may have been spending a majority of my time at the "alternative" to CHBP (Capitol Hill Block Party), Timber Music Festival, I made sure I had time to get up Monday morning, hop back into the city and catch the last day of Block Party. After all, two of my favorites (Frightened Rabbit and Flaming … [Read more...]

A Night at Neumos Filled With Hot Bodies

One of the greatest¬† things about following the local music scene so closely is watching bands grow. Seeing the groups that have so much potential move into their own and find that sweet spot. Hot Bodies in Motion (HBIM) has been around for about four years and we've been watching since the … [Read more...]

Seattle is Footloose, But Not In The Way You Think

Dance Tax Benefit Concert w/ The Local Strangers, The Thoughts, The Solvents and many many more Columbia City Theater May 26, 2012 tix $10+, 21+   … [Read more...]

Dick Clark Spans Generations in More Ways Than You’d Expect

Today a legacy has come to an end. Richard Wagstaff Clark, better known to the world as Dick Clark, has died of a heart attack at age 82. When I heard the news it went without question that something needed to be written about this incredible man. He truly helped shape the future of music as the … [Read more...]

Gotye Has Everyone Moving, and I Mean Everyone

Even the most subdued and sour-faced attendee at the Showbox Sodo¬†Tuesday night ended up bobbing their heads and shifting to the beat as Gotye entertained every last member of the sold out crowd. Shifting and head bobbing is the official dance of Seattlites (proclaimed the country-wide as the least … [Read more...]