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NFL Week 7 Preview: Get this bread

If you win the lottery this weekend, would you buy the Seahawks? I know I would, and I'm not even a fan! I'd buy all sorts of dumb stuff too, and laugh maniacally the whole time. That would be the best part about being a billionaire, doing ridiculous things despite the warnings of your accountants... Read More

Locals Only Playlist: October 14th with Cloud Person

Supported by Rainier Beer Sunday night we had Seattle rock band Cloud Person in studio to talk about and premier tracks from their new album Cold Starts . The band shared their story of moving from a folk trio to the loud rock machine they are today. We also went down a pretty serious rabbit hole... Read More

Next Time You're At MoPop, Check Out The Chris Cornell Statue

With the unseasonably beautiful weather, we took a trip over to the Museum of Pop Culture - MoPop - to check out the recently unveiled statue of Chris Cornell. Statues always put me off initially because they never get the face right - eyes are usually impossible. One glance at this piece of poured... Read More

Coldplay Announces New Documentary Hitting Theaters in November

Supported by Coldplay kicked off our week with some fun news; The guys will be sharing 20 years of Coldplay with us next month with their new documentary, A Head Full Of Dreams . The documentary is directed by Mat Whitecross who has been filming Coldplay since their very first... Read More

EndSession: Barns Courtney Plays New Song "99" at Gibson Showroom

Supported by Elysian Brewing Company: Barns Courtney, who has Seattle roots, came by one Friday last month to play some music off his latest album, The Attractions of Youth. It was an intimate EndSession at the Gibson Showroom in Belltown, and the best way to kick off the weekend. You can watch the... Read More

The Maple Leaves Are Changing At The Seattle Japanese Garden

The Japanese Garden at the Lake Washington Arboretum is a wonderfully tucked away bit of foreign culture right in the middle of Seattle and it is excellent. A dry October afternoon spent walking the loose gravel path in the relative peace and quiet can be the perfect taste of tranquility. It is the... Read More

Discover & Download - Houses

The first Houses release in five years, Drugstore Heaven, marks a major artistic shift for L.A.-based songwriter/producer Dexter Tortoriello. Abandoning the heady concepts of his previous records for some of his tightest songwriting yet, Tortoriello is embracing the most fascinating character in... Read More

Locals Only Playlist: October 7th with Tellers

Supported by Rainier Beer Some good friends came by Locals Only this week and we played lots of great new music. Sarah, Tyler and Brad from Everett band Tellers were in studio with Colby from Rocket Heart Records. They are teaming up the vinyl release Tellers' fantastic debut album Shook. We talked... Read More