Music Blog, page 95
Twin Peaks style spooked music and swirling non-Japanese rock that's compared to Gorecki? What's rock coming to?
M64 takes on Jimmy Mak's; and Deer Tick bares all at Mississippi Studios
More photos from Thursday's first full night of Musicfest NW action, including Norfolk & Western, The Dirty Three, Ah Holly Fam'ly and more.
Mayer Hawthorne & The County transformed the dinner party vibe at Jimmy Mak's Friday night into a frenzied dance party built on love.
Dr. Dog and The Helio Sequence opened the first full night of action with a free show at the Wonder Ballroom.
Day two wanderings brought quality and contrast, but the night belonged to Scotland.
A quick look at two excellent acts from Thursday evening at MusicFest NW.
The Woods has added a MFNW date on Saturday + information on accessibility to shows for those under 21 years old. Here's a quick look...
And we're on the brink: the annual MusicFest NW roars back around beginning Wednesday, an embarrassment of riches featuring regrouped veterans, it bands of the moment, and hometown work-a-day heroes. We'll do our best to serve up a primer for the 2009 edition tonight, and in the process give away a few passes to the festival. Also tonight, new music from Grand Archives, Gordon Gano & the Ryans, The Scotland Yard Gospel Choir, and more, plus an in-studio visit with Portland trio Lovers. Join the conversation...
Our roving reporter Robert Ham reports from Seattle's annual music and arts festival. Check back regularly for updated coverage, photos and commentary.
Live at The Aladdin and on Sometimes I Wish We Were An Eagle, Bill Callahan firmly establishes himself as one of the calmest and most convincing acts around.