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The Evanstones

Sat Aug 9 at 7 pm.


Lucky Dry Goods
5424 Ballard Ave NW

The Senate

Sat Aug 9 at 7 and 10 pm.


John Teske, Neil Welch

Sat Aug 9 at 7:30 pm.

From the press e-mail: "For the fourth year, John Teske and Neil Welch present music among the trees in Seattle, joined by local musicians. The ensemble will perform a number of short works, with room for improvisation to respond to the natural environment, starting at 7:30pm and ending as the sun sets at 8:32pm that evening. Previous years have included performances by soloists, string quartets, and mixed ensembles, including composed pieces and free improvisation. The location is not made publ... more » free.

Girl Fry, Tuff-Shet, Guests

Sat Aug 9 at 8 pm.


Admiral Benbow
4210 SW Admiral Way

Blyss, Letters

Sat Aug 9 at 9:30 pm.


2322 Second Ave

Broken Bells

Sun Aug 10.

What’s the sound of major-label compromise and competency? If you said “Broken Bells,” high-five yourself. Brian “Danger Mouse” Burton and the Shins’ James Mercer are seasoned studio pros who write and produce a perfectly anodyne breed of pop music that finds the exact center of the middle of the road and then places a dull beige flower there. Whatever edge and funk Danger Mouse had in his hiphop productions have been smoothed to a radio-ready gleam and a soft toe-tap. Mercer has always possesse... more »

Moore Theatre
1932 Second Ave

Deep Purple

Sun Aug 10.

How strong is your Deep Purple lust? Do you want to venture out to Snoqualmie and gaze upon gray, wrinkly Brits (and relatively youngish American guitarist Steve Morse) burning through a grip of songs they’ve been playing for 40 years or longer? Well, when they’re some of the most exhilarating, ’ard, and ’eavy rock tunes ever to blow back your muttonchops, you probably can overlook the potential motions-going-through display and revel in the familiar heroics. Bassist Roger Glover, drummer Ian Pa... more »

Snoqualmie Casino
37500 SE North Bend Way

Kevin Morby

Sun Aug 10.

If Kevin Morby's name doesn't ring a bell, you may know him from Woods, where he played bass, or the Babies, the scrappy pop outfit he formed with Vivian Girl Cassie Ramone. The Babies' debut took the shambolic thing too far, but the band hit their stride by their second full-length—just in time for Morby to move from Brooklyn to Los Angeles and reinvent himself as a singer-songwriter. Fortunately, he has the goods to hold his own within that overcrowded field. As with the Babies' initial effort... more »

925 E Pike St

Pony Time, The Lost Luvs, Lisa Prank

Sun Aug 10.

Deep within the mystical redwood forests on the moody Eureka coastline live the ladies of the modern-day girl group the Lost Luvs. Although they mostly perform songs we associate with the genre, what sets them apart from being just a straight cover band is that unlike most singing groups, Lost Luvs’ five women play their instruments while harmonizing, allowing them to make unique arrangements that let the ideal amount of their punk influences from their other bands (such as guitarists/frontwomen... more » $5.

Chop Suey
1325 E Madison St

Vieux Farka Touré

Sun Aug 10 at 7:30 pm.

Malian singer/guitarist Vieux Farka Touré is the son of Ali Farka Touré, who is also a famous singer/guitarist. The music Vieux and especially his father play has been often compared to American blues. There is even this idea that the connection between the two forms is biological—blues being in the DNA of black cultures that are separated by a great amount of time and a whole ocean. But one thing is for sure: As with Zairean guitarists and South African singers, Malian musicians like the Tourés... more »

Squamish Valley Music Festival: Bruno Mars, Arcade Fire, Eminem, Arctic Monkeys, Guests

Fri Aug 8, Sat Aug 9, Sun Aug 10.

Friday is the first of three days of this four-year-old Canadian music festival, located 45 minutes north of Vancouver and 30 minutes south of Whistler. There are more than 70 bands playing four stages, and even though the marketing suggests people should be most excited about seeing “Very Important Grammy Award®–Winning” artists Arcade Fire and Bruno Mars, the only way I’d willingly cross that strict-as-hell international border would be to catch Detroit rappers Eminem and Danny Brown. I’... more »

Loggers Sports Grounds
42222 Loggers Lane


Sun Aug 10.

Blue Moon Tavern
712 NE 45th St
Marymoor Park
6046 West Lake Sammamish Parkway NE
412 N 36th St
2202 N 45th St

The Courtney John Project

Sun Aug 10.


El Corazón
109 Eastlake Ave E
1809 Minor Ave #10

Gustafer Yellowgold

Sun Aug 10 at 11 am.


Northwest Film Forum
1515 12th Ave
Jefferson Park
4165 16th Ave S
Woodland Park
5500 Phinney Ave N

the Georgetown Orbits

Sun Aug 10 at 7 pm.


Columbia City Theater
4916 Rainier Ave S

Gray Frags, Girl Fry, Guests

Sun Aug 10 at 7:30 pm.


Kate's Pub
309 NE 45th St


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