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The End of The 10s: Our Favorite Songs from the 2010s

Supported by StickerYou.com Gregr: Fleet Foxes - Helplessness Blues (2011) - This whole album is so important to me, but I ran out of space on the best albums of 2010’s blog so… ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ It’s hard to imagine a song/album better capturing the essence of Seattle in that moment. Tame Impala -...
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The End of The 10s: Our Favorite Albums from the 2010s

Supported by StickerYou.com As we're rounding out this crazy, weird and unreal decade, we've taken some time to look over all the great (and not so great) music that hit us over the last ten years. It wasn't easy for some of us to pick our best and most favorite albums from the decade, but we did...
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Young The Giant and Fitz and The Tantrums Bring Summer Fun to Marymoor Park!

The two groups brought their summer tour to Redmond’s Marymoor Park on Sunday night and played a sold-out show with COIN as their special guest. What a show this was! Three incredible bands on the same bill, all playing at the beautiful Marymoor Park on a warm, Summer day. What more could you ask...
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LANY Played a Dreamy Set to a Sold Out Showbox Sodo This Weekend

The Los Angeles-based indie-pop trio stopped in Seattle for two sold out, back-to-back shows on their Malibu Nights Tour. Photo by Leslie Dylan I’ve been casually listening to LANY for years now, reveling in their aesthetic, moody vibes and making sure to make a “pink skies” reference with every...
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Elle King and Barns Courtney Rock a Sold Out Show at the Neptune Theatre

Supported by StickerYou.com The two singer-songwriters bring a taste of rock and roll to Seattle on Elle King’s “Shake The Spirit Tour” Rock and roll is far from dead – and both Barns Courtney and Elle King are proof of that. They both embody different elements of the timeless genre, not only in...
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The 1975 Bring an Astounding Visually-Appealing Show to Seattle

The English alt-rock band stunned a packed crowd at WaMu Theatre Thursday night on their tour promoting their newest album, A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships. Where do I even begin? The 1975 has been one of my favorite bands for years, and I thought that there was no way that they could top...
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Wallows Played a High-Energy Set to a Sold Out Showbox

The three-piece band from Los Angeles sold out the iconic venue Wednesday night on their Nothing Happens tour, promoting their first full-length album. There’s something incredibly satisfying about watching a group of people go absolutely mad for a band that they love. Going to see Wallows provided...
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K.Flay Played to a Packed House at the Columbia City Theater

Illinois-native Kristine Meredith Flaherty, better known as K.Flay, sold out the incredibly intimate venue on Wednesday night on the second night of her tour. Here’s the thing about K.Flay : she knows what she’s doing. It could be a crowd of 200 or 2,000, it doesn’t matter – this woman can fill a...
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Magic Giant Plays a Colorful Show at The Crocodile

The LA based alt-indie-folk band brought their “Home Away From Home” Tour to Seattle last Wednesday for an exciting show. First thing’s first: the entire bill for this show was incredible. There’s a certain aspect of surprise when you walk into a show blind – without having previously seen any of...
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COIN Rocked a Packed House at The Showbox Over the Weekend

So, what does one do on a Saturday night in Seattle during the winter? Head downtown to get in line for COIN, of course! I wasn’t sure what to expect other than a sold-out show at The Showbox, but I knew it would be good. Boy was that an understatement… Photo by Leslie Dylan The crowd was ready to...
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