British singer-songwriter Corinne Bailey Rae recently headlined at Showbox at the Market. Backed by her four-member band, she is on the road in support of her third album, The Heart Speaks in Whispers. Best known for her hit single, “Put Your Records On,” the soulful Bailey Rae mesmerized the audience from start to finish. Chicago-based Jamila Woods opened.
The SO MUCH FOR THE AFTERGLOW TOUR marked the 20th anniversary for Everclear. The packed house demanded a great show and they got it at Showbox SoDo. Everclear, New Horizon, and Fastball really put on a great concert.
Details: deadmau5, an always brilliantly stunning DJ from Toronto, Canada, headlined WaMu Theater for dates on April 21st and 22nd. After a massive early spring tour, it looks like deadmau5 might have a well-deserved break happening right now. But not for too long, as he’s got appearances set for events such as Creamfields in August. But back to the Seattle dates. . . very happy to report that photographer Kirsey Sutton captured photos of night two, which display the super light show deadmau5 gives (in addition to the awesome music) with his performances. And fans take note: deadmau5 recently put together a wicked mix of 503 songs over on Spotify.
Feed Me, a British DJ, signed to deadmau5’s label, mau5trap, opened.
Band:Moderat Song:“Reminder” Why You Want To Watch: It’s just cool. The band worked with digital artists and fellow Germans, Pfadfinderei on the video, which is imaginative and trippy! Moderat hits all the big European summer festivals – and more – starting this June.
The Harp Twins – Camille and Kennerly Kitt – played at the Lord Of Life Lutheran Church during a stop in their recent west coast tour. This was the first show in Washington state for the Chicago-based identical twins. The classically trained sisters played primarily classic rock and metal songs (“Stairway To Heaven”, “Paint It Black,” “Don’t Fear The Reaper”) on their acoustic and electric harps. After a brief intermission, the Twins began their second set by switching places on stage – which was not apparent to the great majority of the audience. Adding to their beautiful performance, they gave a witty introduction to each song and explained the many features of their harps. The evening ended with a well-deserved standing ovation.