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Leila Adu, somesurprises, Kate Olson, Unknown Rockstar

Mon Sept 1 at 8 pm.

New York-based singer/songwriter Leila Adu writes meditative, socially conscious, piano-based avant-pop songs to mystify the night. Her style is playful and cabaret-like sometimes, haunted and chill-inducing at others, but her warbly, adroit vocals have a lush creepiness that’s undeniable; weird-rock icon Steve Albini, who produced her second album, calls her "Spooky Adu." Also slated to eerie-fy the night are somesurprises' minimalist compositions, Kate Olson's sparse free-jazz saxperiments, an... more » $5-$10 suggested donation.

Hollow Earth Radio
2018A E Union St

Bumbershoot: Wu-Tang Clan, The Replacements, Elvis Costello and the Imposters, Danny Brown, Big Freedia, Guests

Sat Aug 30, Sun Aug 31, Mon Sept 1.

Website

Top-notch music, art, comedy, art, and barefoot dancing. Check out Brendan Kiley's write up here! And our humongous, gigantic, spectacular Bumbershoot guide here! $66-$575.

Seattle Center
305 Harrison St
Crocodile
2200 Second Ave

Papa Josh Plus

Mon Sept 1.

free.

SeaMonster
2202 N 45th St

MC Frontalot, Dr. Awkward, Guests

Mon Sept 1 at 8 pm.

$8/$10.

El Corazón
109 Eastlake Ave E

Piñata Protest

Mon Sept 1 at 8:30 pm.

$8/$10.

El Corazón
109 Eastlake Ave E

Chung Antique, Tulips, Zebra Hunt

Tues Sept 2.

Chung Antique, Tulips and Zebra Hunt Los Angeles’s Tulips inhabit a raucous, rollicking sonic space somewhere between pop-punk, garage rock, and shoegaze, equal parts catchy and crunchy, tender and torn-up. These three ladies aren't afraid to fuzz-bomb you with dense blasts of guitar squall while simultaneously singing a three-part harmony straight out of the K Records playbook. Zebra Hunt are doing that whole sorta-punk, sorta-pop-garage sound that’s all the rage right now, and by right now I mean forever. Headliner Chung Antique... more » $5.

Crocodile
2200 Second Ave

Andrew Endres Collective

Tues Sept 2.

free.

SeaMonster
2202 N 45th St

Blu, Med, Guests

Tues Sept 2.

Barboza
925 E Pike St
Highline
210 Broadway E

Rego, Ian Jones

Tues Sept 2 at 8 pm.

$6.

High Dive
513 N 36th Ave

Earth, King Dude

Wed Sept 3.

Earth polarized a lot of amp-worshippers with Earth 2, an album that took doom metal to such sonic extremes that it crossed over into a kind of rumbling serenity. Twelve years later, they caused another upset with Hex; Or Printing in the Infernal Method, which swapped the full-stack thunder of their early years with a Bakersfield twang death march. Earth’s latest album might not be as pivotal as the aforementioned records, but Primitive and Deadly is still a curveball in the Earth canon. The la... more » $12.

Crocodile
2200 Second Ave

The Spits, Constant Lovers, Unnatural Helpers

Wed Sept 3.

First I gotta say, with all conflicts of interest in mind, this show is on MY MOTHERFUCKING BIRTHDAY. And anyone who knows me, knows the Spits are my favorite motherfucking band, and for at least two days after the show, I won’t be able move turn my head from side to side, because it will be so stiff from headbanging. Second, HOLY CRAP: they’re playing with the most excellent Constant Lovers and Unnatural Helpers. This lineup is gonna HURT! Second, I should say that this is some new-fangled Red... more » $3/$10.

Chop Suey
1325 E Madison St

Adrian Xavier

Wed Sept 3.

SeaMonster
2202 N 45th St
Highline
210 Broadway E

Max Hatt, Edda Glass

Wed Sept 3 at 7 pm.

free.

Tempero Do Brasil
5628 University Way NE

Kieran Strange

Wed Sept 3 at 7:30 pm.

$8/$10.

El Corazón
109 Eastlake Ave E

 

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