Seattle

What does $2,000 rent get you in 10 different Seattle neighborhoods?

We talk a lot about all the people moving to Seattle and the construction boom that comes with it. Rent prices seem to be soaring these days, but are the only reasonably priced options out there just micro-studios or paying your friend a couple hundred for a spot on his couch? This is the most...
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New Music Discovery: Passport Approved show in March features music from around the world

On March 4, Passport Approved is bringing three bands from different parts of the world to Seattle to play The Sunset Tavern in Ballard,, and it's going to get crazy. Passport Approved host Sat Bisla is bringing the emerging Finnish singer KATÉA, Kiwi finalist of The Voice: Australia Ben Hazelwood...
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Locals Only Playlist: February 20 with Dude York

Locals Only was loaded with guests on Sunday night. First, we had Brian from Eastern Souvenirs in to talk about his debut full-length Green Valleys which will be the first official release from the new Seattle record label Big Bldng Records. We premiered the new Eastern Souvenirs track "Tall Grass...
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Visualize the future of the Seattle skyline in waterfront in a new rendering video

More people are moving to Seattle, rent is rising, businesses are either booming or closing up for good, and the city is going through a massive growth period. That growth means some big changes to the city's landscape and transportation. This is the most expensive place you can buy in Seattle For...
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Cataldo shares the first song off upcoming album 'Keepers'

Cataldo, the project created and fronted by Seattleite Eric Anderson, has shared a new song called "Photograph" off the upcoming album Keepers due out April 28 via Red Pepper Records. 7 Seattle musicians that might break out in 2017 Listen to "Photograph" right here: Keepers by Cataldo Keepers is a...
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The must-have phone apps for Seattleites

Seattle is a cool place to live and it's only getting cooler (unless you're trying to buy a house, then it is very uncool). There's a lot going on in our city right now, but a few people have figured out how to make living here even easier with apps, and there are apps for everything. The most...
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7 Seattle Bands that might break out in 2017

Now is the time you need to have your ear to the ground of the Seattle music scene. It's no secret that Seattle has been pumping out the jams for years, but there's a certain energy around the city right now that feels different. Bands are working doubles, releasing albums one after another, and...
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Dude York releases new song "Love Is" on Valentine's Day

Dude York's new album Sincerely comes out later this month, (February 24 / Hardly Art Records), and we have already heard the first two singles from the record, but in honor of Valentine's Day, the Seattle trio gave us an extra special love song called "Love Is." The song is sung by bassist/...
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Locals Only Playlist: February 12 with J GRGRY

We had a ton of fun on Locals Only last night with Joe and Ryan from J GRGRY in studio. Joe popped his shirt off as soon as he walked in, then we talked about their fantastic new Gold Teeth + Glass Eyes EP, the need for more theatrics in live performances, and we played some songs from their new EP...
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#sEATtle: Cook Weaver

I like to eat. A lot. Food is bae. Therefore, I figured I would post reviews of the places I go to give you a little insight and maybe some ideas on where you might want to nom with your friends or special someones. Plus, it gives me an excuse to pig out on Seattle's best eats and not feel bad...
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