Beat Connection: Seattle's next big export?
Beat Connection: Seattle's next big export?

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Decibel starts in earnest on Wednesday, but there's a ton of excellent electronic music around town this weekend to help you get in the mood. Plus other stuff for you normies out there!

Are you into "danceable beats [with] hints of tropical funk" that exude a "glowing optimism," and want to catch a local act gone good who's "poised to climb to a higher level on the mainstream dance-music food chain"? Check out Beat Connection at Neptune Theatre.

Not electronic per se but definitely nice and stone-y, we have Marymoor Park is winding down its summer concert series with Stephen and Damian Marley, so let's hope weather permits at least a bit of legalized fun.

Personally, I may have to peep ambient/experimental godhead TimHeld provide a new soundtrack for schlock classic Predator at NWFF.

Tomorrow's excellence after the jump!

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Perhaps you dig experimental, abrasive, subversive, and industrial collages of beats and samples. I'm assuming you've heard, then, that Australian electronic semi-legends Severed Heads will be at the Highline.

Slightly more mainstream but still heady and luxurious are the sounds of Lapalux, who'll be at Nectar, and/or Toro y Moi at Neumos.

If none of that's wetting your whistle, here's the rest of the best and the rest of the rest.

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