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Mushroomhead And Metal Soars At El Corazon (Photo Slideshow)

By: Mocha Charlie Fans of “metal” shows expect a certain amount of head banging, moshing and flashing of the “sign of the horns” during a concert. Monday night’s scene at El Corazon didn’t disappoint. From the first note of the first song by the first of five bands, that energy never stopped. The line-up included […]

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Twinning! Ibeyi Puts On A Killer Sold Out Show At Neumos

By Isaac Kaplan-Woolner Photos By Hanna Stevens Fearless. This is perhaps the best word to describe French-Cuban twin sisters Lisa-Kaindé and Naomi Diaz. Known as Ibeyi, this electro pop and soul duo displays a dynamic stage presence and talents well beyond their 20 short years. They put on a near flawless set for an attentive […]

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Evolution of Allen Stone launches at The Triple Door (MCP Video and Photos)

By Robin Fairbanks Video by Melodic Caring Project Photos by Alex Crick When drawing a circle you must have a starting point, a beginning and an end, so on this night it seemed fitting that Allen Stone had come full circle to where it all began in 2008. Stone entered The Triple Door stage alone […]

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Thunderpussy at The Cannery (Photo by Christine Mitchell)

The Cannery is one and winning

By Christine Mitchell What better way to celebrate the one year anniversary of The Cannery in Everett than to bring in three powerhouse bands and let them go crazy? Proprietors Ryan Crowther and Stephen Graham aren’t just good at growing a new venue from a budding music scene, they’re party-planning geniuses, and last Saturday was […]

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Stone Temple Pilots at The Paramount (Photo by Alex Crick)

Stone Temple Pilots returns to Seattle’s Paramount Theatre

By Christine Mitchell Photos by Alex Crick Any lingering fears that Chester Bennington of Linkin Park wouldn’t mesh with the rest of Stone Temple Pilots were put to rest at The Paramount Theatre last week as the band put on an energetic performance in support of their High Rise EP. Their tour is selling out venues across […]

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Furniture Girls at SODO Pop (Photo by Mocha Charlie)

CHAOS Reigns as Seattle’s Furniture Girls Release Latest CD

By Mocha Charlie SODO Pop in Seattle’s SODO district was rockin’ last Friday night as The Furniture Girls released their CD, CHAOS, at a private event for family, friends, and fans (the actual release date for the masses is April 14). Thought to have been released as a double CD last year with their release […]

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COHO at Barboza (Photo by Christine Mitchell)

COHO EP Release show at Barboza

By Christine Mitchell As COHO prepped their gear for their set celebrating the release of their debut EP Graves at Barboza last Saturday night, they were grooving and lip-syncing along to Kendrick Lamar’s “Backseat Freestyle.” The crowd was grooving along. the beer was flowing freely, and the room grew hot and humid, bodies bouncing to […]

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6 Days and 5 Nights…The Evolution of Allen Stone (Photos)

By Robin Fairbanks Photos by Mocha Charlie, Dan Rogers and Greg Roth Six days/five nights might sound like a vacation package, but soul man Allen Stone won’t be kicking back. He will be performing in Seattle all next week during his ambitious and unprecedented five-show run, part of the promotion of his long-awaited Capitol Records debut […]

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Finish Ticket at The Crocodile Cafe (Photo by Mocha Charlie)

Finish Ticket Steals The Show At The Crocodile!

By Robin Fairbanks Photos by Mocha Charlie Although Saint Motel was the Headliner, it was Finish Ticket who stole the show and hearts of a sold out Crocodile Café. Just two years ago, Finish Ticket had a smattering of an audience at The High Dive as they attempted to dip their toes into the Seattle Scene. They […]

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Why The Sonics are iconic

By Christine Mitchell As The Sonics barreled their way through a set at The Moore Theatre spanning fifty years’ worth of hard blues rocking songs laden with strident saxophone, one thing was clear: punks aren’t going to retire in their old age. Screw the golden years, they’re going to go out with a throat-shredding scream, […]

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Mycle Wastman and Levi Ware sell out The Triple Door!

  By Mocha Charlie A sold out show is not something new to Mycle Wastman. Even before he was on The Voice, he commanded stages around the Northwest, especially his favorite venue, The Triple Door. However, last week he and founder of The Melodic Caring Project (MCP), Levi Ware, sold out the venue, including all “standing […]

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The Helio Sequence at The Triple Door (Photo by Victoria Holt)

An Intimate Evening with Helio Sequence at The Triple Door, 3-31-15

By Victoria Holt Helio Sequence played a sold out show at The Triple Door on March 31, 2015. For those who expected their usual high energy performances, singer/guitarist Brandon Summers explained that they wanted to share an acoustic set they’d created for a previous gig. They’d been asked to play in an old church before, and […]

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