Did you ever sleep on a couch in Lindseys’ house? Have you smoked a bowl with a member of Lindseys? Have you ever ollied in a half pipe and high-fived a member of Lindseys? Did you ever drink a six-pack of Rainier at eight in the morning with a bloody nose after you shoplifted some Skittles from Safeway with the drummer from Lindseys? Ever elbowed a stranger at a sweaty hardcore show and smiled about it, like the guitarist from Lindseys? Have you ever thought, maybe, this band could be your lif... more » $5.
Monster Planet’s fusion of group-generated free-form electronic music and Killing Frenzy’s expertly tweaked B-movie projections makes it one of the greatest Monday-night club experiences going in this city. Tonight, special guest from New York Mr. Projectile (aka Matthew Arnold) enters Monster Planet’s surreal maelstrom in order to add even more weirdness to the pot. He’s a master of funky electro and warped abstract electronic composition, so expect him to push things into complicated rhythmic... more » free.
Once one half of the sample-happy, blog-loved electronic duo the Books, Nick Zammuto’s decided to try his hand as a solo artist, to sadly deflated results. Does the world need another self-serious songwriter who fills his mock-epic suites with portentous synth swells and lines about echo chambers and hegemony? Probably not. Going for a Panda Bear–lite hippie-pop vibe, Zammuto can’t quite wrap his vocal cords around a hook, and those bleating keyboards aren’t adequately filling the space in betw... more » $12.
From the press release: "Seattle Busker Week celebrates the 40-year mark of street legal performing, or 'busking' in Seattle with a full week of 30 events on 13 stages in the downtown Seattle corridor from Sept 14-20." Lots of free, kid-friendly acts and the languid, lovable atmosphere of late summer Pike Place Market. free.
Who doesn’t feel the overpowering urge to stay the hell in on a Monday night? I know, I know—you overindulged in everything, again, over the weekend. But listen: The Hideout is an ideal place to get out of your Monday-night rut. DJ Introcut—who’s been running the legendary hiphop weekly Stop Biting at Lo-Fi for a decade—is a savvy, versatile selector in the electronic and funk realms, and he always brings in crate-diggers with exquisite taste to help him fill this artist-friendly bar with tunes... more » free.
DJ Element and Mista Chatman spin new and classic reggae, dancehall, rocksteady and everything Jah-blessed in between.