The Beatles

  • The Wild Reeds Would Like You To Be On Your Feet (4/9 at WCL)

    Although we have nothing against The Lone Bellow or Wild Child (we’ve actually covered them quite a bit), and Union Transfer is certainly one of our favorite places in the city, we must admit that we’re quite anxious to have indie folk poppers The Wild Reeds back at a...
  • “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...
  • Sound&Shape: “Nice and loud and easy to latch onto”

    This Monday, August 13th, Sparta (led by At The Drive-In alum Jim Ward) are playing a surprisingly cozy show at Johnny Brenda’s (Sorry, it’s sold out), after taking quite the hiatus (They’ve released a couple of songs in the past year, but their last album remains Threes, released way...
  • Parker Millsap Takes a Stab at Pop Music (This Thursday at Johnny Brenda’s.)

    Although Oklahoma-born singer/songwriter Parker Millsap is best known as an Americana musician; blending blues, roots rock, and country; for his latest effort, Other Arrangements, he made the decision to make a pop album.  The album, his fourth (which, at the age of 24, seems quite the accomplishment… in addition...