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Hozier’s North American tour comes to an end with two sold-out shows at Portland’s Roseland Theater

On October 20th, Irish singer-songwriter, Andrew Hozier-Byrne (better known as Hozier), played Portland, OR’s Roseland Theater. Hozier was accompanied by the Irish acoustic folk band, O Deer.  Continue Reading

Interview: Jeremy Zucker on his headlining tour, playing UNO and his new EP “summer”

Jeremy Zucker is a powerhouse artist – he sings, writes, and produces. Last time Jeremy was in Seattle he was opening up for Lauv. This time, he’s dropping by on his first headlining tour. Every single date sold out. Jeremy has been gaining traction quickly after his single “all the kids are depressed” went viral. We caught up with him before his show in Seattle. Continue Reading

Sam Smith returns to the spotlight as smooth vocals fill Seattle’s Key Arena

Being serenaded by Sam Smith should be on everybody’s bucket list of things to experience. Seattle was given a wondrous night with Sam as he performed to a sold out Key Arena stadium. Unfortunately the opener, Beth Ditto, was unable to perform due to illness. Continue Reading

Interview: Carlie Hanson on her upcoming tours, “Sierra Burgess is a Loser”, and moving to Seattle (maybe)

Carlie Hanson drips confidence. Her effortlessly cool demeanor naturally draws people’s attention. She’s incredibly herself for a young, budding pop sensation in the making. We were lucky enough to chat with Carlie before her set at Bumbershoot. She whispers “Hello, it’s Carlie.” as I slide the mic her way. Continue Reading

Anti-pop king Rex Orange County draws a sold-out crowd in Seattle (with Cuco)

Anti-pop king Rex Orange County gathered every Seattle hipster in the city for an incredibly packed, sold out show. Originally scheduled at The Market, demand to see the artist’s show was so high they upgraded to the Showbox SoDo. Continue Reading

Interview: pluko talks road trips, his musical origins and debut album “sixteen” (coming August 17)

pluko sits in a chair with bright white hair and freshly tanned skin. He looks calm, even after the many obstacles that came his way earlier that day. The 18-year-old is getting ready to release an album, sixteen. We caught up with Sam after his short set at Capitol Hill Block Party. Continue Reading

Interview: Quinn XCII on the origin of his name, Mutual Friends, and his favorite snack foods

Stepping out of the elevator dipped head-to-toe in FILA, which he officially has a brand deal with now, Quinn XCII has the demeanor of a cool older brother. We take some photos and then sit down for a quick talk before he gets ready to perform at Capitol Hill Block Party. Continue Reading

Interview: Washington-based artist Metsä talks remixes, influences and playlists

Washington based artist Metsä has made a name for himself in the electronic music scene opening for Chet Porter, Elohim, and Big Wild. We got the chance to catch up with him before his set at Neumos during Capitol Hill Block Party – which reached capacity and had security turning people away at the door! Continue Reading

G-Eazy’s Endless Summer kicks off in Seattle with support from Lil Uzi Vert and Ty Dolla $ign

G-Eazy’s Endless Summer tour kicked off in Seattle, WA this past Friday. The jam packed line-up ensured every moment was filled with entertainment. Murda Beatz played in between the openers leading up to Lil Uzi Vert. You don’t fully understand how many hits Murda is responsible for until he plays them all for you. Continue Reading

A$AP Ferg, Buddy and IDK pump up Seattle at a sold-out Showbox SoDo show

A$AP Ferg has been busy. He performed in Canada and then swooped down to the Showbox SoDo for an incredibly packed, sold-out show. He brought along a ton of great opening artists that you’ll definitely need to keep your eyes on. Continue Reading

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