Written by Adam Iddings
A lot of things changed between 1968 and 1970. We landed on the moon. Lots of protests and assassinations. Elvis came back. And a beloved folksinger, not quite as well known as Elvis, but with grand aspirations, and a gold suit, reinvented himself.
Written by Ronny Kerr
Impressions of live performances by the Thurston Moore Group (led by the guitar legend of Sonic Youth fame) and experimental folk musician Marisa Anderson, who played the Chapel in San Francisco on May 12, 2017.
Photos by Jeremy Mirchandani
NY-based indie rock band The Dig just wrapped up their tour in support of their new album, Bloodshot Tokyo, released on Roll Call Records. Below are some snapshots from their show in Seattle at The Sunset Tavern.
Photos by Ronny Kerr
Entrance, the shape-shifting psychedelic rock band led by singer-songwriter Guy Blakeslee, rocked the tiny, grungy Hemlock Tavern last night with songs from their newest album, Book of Changes. The supporting act was Mariee Sioux, who nearly stole the show with her transcendent, spell-binding brand of finger-picking folk music, each song stretching for nearly ten minutes.
Multi-instrumentalist Cameron Avery of POND and Tame Impala embarked on his first ever headlining tour in support of his debut pop album, Ripe Dreams, Pipe Dreams, released in March on Anti- Records. Below are photos from his stop in Seattle with folk singer-songwriter Omar Velasco.