Kelly O

• Sprockets! A new electronic-music- oriented club called Kremwerk opens February 14. Located on Minor Avenue near Re-bar, Kremwerk is owned by Berlin transplant Austin Stone and will be booked with help from local DJs Ctrl_Alt_Dlt and Roddimus, who ran the raging techno monthly SpaceRock Saturdays at the defunct Electric Tea Garden. Kremwerk has already scored a coup by getting Underground Resistance member Santiago Salazar to headline the space on February 15.

Brian Foss, owner of legendary but now-defunct punk dump the Funhouse, can't seem to catch a break. For a minute, he was promoting shows at the lovely Sodo dive Bogart's, but unfortunately it looks like that place has also shuttered. The indefatigable Foss remains the primary talent-finder for Broadway's Highline, which still appears to be going strong.

• Local hardcore punks Deadkill played a record-release show on Friday night at Chop Suey, and it got off to a worrisome start. The audience Seattle-froze for the first few songs, standing around with folded arms. But by the last three songs, a messy mosh pit was in full effect, with people throwing half-full cans of beer at the stage and shirtless lead singer Bryan Krieger crowd-surfing with ease.

• Beloved fuzzed-out reverbers the Vivian Girls officially broke up last week. The trio formed in 2007 and will play their last show in New York on March 1. The Girls still plan to keep it musical: Cassie Ramone currently plays in the Babies, Katy Goodman with her project La Sera, and Ali Koehler with her new band Upset.

• Seattle's Macklemore & Ryan Lewis cleaned up at the 56th annual Grammy Awards, taking home golden gramophones for best new artist and, in the rap categories, best song and best performance for "Thrift Shop," and best album for The Heist. During the televised portion of the ceremony, Mack and Mr. Lewis played "Same Love" with Mary Lambert while Queen Latifah officiated the marriages of 33 couples onstage. Madonna joined in toward the end of the performance, because of course she did, dressed in a white Colonel Sanders–type getup, complete with a cane.

• How do you put a crowd, uh, in the mood? One way: Play a live cover of cocaine's greatest achievement, Fleetwood Mac's Rumours, start to finish. Throughout Vaudeville Etiquette's cover of the album last Saturday night at the Sunset in Ballard, there were couples kissing, grown men squealing, women high-fiving, and at least one guy in a white dress suit doing a dance that involved lots of pointing at the ceiling. "So in preparation, we didn't all sleep together, which we probably should have," Vaudeville Etiquette singer Tayler Lynn said. recommended