Seattle

  • Welcome to Planet X: Emma Danner Talks Red Ribbon’s Sophomore LP

    “Music turns my pain into a process. There is peace and healing to be found in the process,” says Emma Danner in her latest press release.  Better known as Red Ribbon, Danner is referring to her second LP, Planet X, which drops this Friday, June 11th.  The album, which comes courtesy...
  • Kaylee Elizabeth Talks About her Latest “healing balm, prayers, and reflections.”

    Although Kaylee Elizabeth’s debut album is just dropping this Friday, June 11th, the Seattle-based singer/songwriter is not exactly new to music.  Kaylee is one-half of sister-brother folk duo The Native Sibling.  After the band’s last album, 2019’s Hammer is Heart, Kaylee began working on songs that were a little...
  • Catch Up With the “calm and chill” Chastity Belt This Thursday (11/14), at The Church

    Although Chastity Belt’s recently released self-titled LP isn’t exactly a “reunion album,” it does capture the spirit of the Seattle-based, Hardly-Art-signed, alt rock quartet after a brief hiatus, working on other projects and exploring extra-curricular sounds.  Chastity Belt was co-produced by the band and Melina Duterte (better known as...
  • Thunderpussy: “It’s Rock’N’Roll for fuck’s sake.” (Saturday at MilkBoy)

    “I love it when people are skeptical about our name,” says Whitney Petty, lead guitarist of Thunderpussy. “Older women — and I just mean older than me — are like, ‘What is this music? My kids like it and it’s so vulgar,’ or ‘My kid wears their T-shirt and...
  • “Get into the mash pit!” with Wimps, Tonight at B&S

    Last month Seattle trio Wimps, hailed by The Stranger as, “Almost-catchier-than-the-Beatles,” released their third LP, Garbage People, likely the best punk album of the year.  The album, which dropped courtesy of Kill Rock Stars, resembles many of the label’s most legendary accomplishments (perhaps none more so than Bratmobile), in...