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A Message From DJ Krush

A Message From DJ Krush

It was disappointing and frustrating for all involved when the DJ Krush performance set for July 16th had to be cancelled due to complications in the visa process. But it was most disappointing for this beloved artist above all because of his love for his fans and friends here in Seattle. DJ Krush sent our(…)

July 21st » Seun Kuti & the Egypt 80

July 21st » Seun Kuti & the Egypt 80

For those who do not know, Nigerian born, Seun Kuti, is an incredibly talented afrobeat musician. Along with the Egypt 80 band, Kuti travels the world playing to a variety of audiences. In May, Kuti released the album A Long Way To The Beginning on Knitting Factory Records with the help of producers Brian Eno(…)

Video: Warpaint “Disco//Very – Keep It Healthy”

Warpaint’s video for “Disco//Very – Keep It Healthy” is eight minutes of all things rad, including skateboards and dancing Warpaint girls. The video moves from a troupe of dancing girls in the middle of the road to a nighttime skate session. The L.A.-based indie rock outfit will get the dance party going 5/2 with James(…)

Fresh From the Farm: STRFKR New Year’s Eve Show

If you were part of the three-night STRFKR party, it doesn’t matter if your 2013 sucked. Neumos and Fresh From the Farm bring you the countdown the cheers and the first song played in 2014 “Malmo.” A big thanks to STRFKR for kicking off the 2014 in a kick-ass way.

INTERVIEW // NEW BUILD

INTERVIEW // NEW BUILD

Felix Martin and fellow Hot Chip band mate Al Doyle (also guitarist for the former LCD Soundsystem) have spent innumerable hours together on the road touring and playing concerts at impressive venues across the US.  In September of 2012 they played a sold out concert at the Paramount in Seattle, but now they’re coming back(…)

RETROSPECT // THAO & THE GET DOWN STAY DOWN

RETROSPECT // THAO & THE GET DOWN STAY DOWN

If you were wise and lucky then you attended Thursday night’s Thao and the Get Down Stay Down‘s sold out Neumos performance. The showroom was packed to the gills with a generally homogenous audience sporting striped or plaid shirts and a smattering of thick-rimmed glasses. Many PBRs were had. The energy was palpable and the(…)