Show Review & Photos: Pete International Airport @ the High Dive

Pete International Airport w/ Dirty Sidewalks & Wall of Ears @ the High Dive, 11/2/18 – Show Review & Photos by Lisa Hagen Glynn

Pete International Airport played a moody and rhythmic set at the High Dive on November 2nd. The Portland neo-psychedelic rock group includes founding member Peter Holmström (guitar, bass), also of The Dandy Warhols, along with other well-established musicians Daniel Sparks (modular synth), Jason Russo (bass, guitar), and Tara Autovino (keys, bass). Through dreamy fog and lasers, PIA closed with an impassioned rendition of “Even Happier,” from their 2017 album Safer with the Wolves.

Opening the evening were indie-rockers Dirty Sidewalks and freak-pop trio Wall of Ears, both of Seattle

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Dirty Sidewalks

Wall of Ears
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Photos: Young the Giant, Cold War Kids & Joywave @ WaMu Theater

Young the Giant, Cold War Kids & Joywave @ WaMu Theater – 8/11/17
Photos by Casey Brevig
Memory Lane Series, part 43


Young the Giant


Joywave

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Cool Cover: Ayanis’ Direction

Cool Cover: AyanisDirection
Details: This one looks like it could wonderfully be straight out of the ’70s (except for the bike, possibly. I have no idea what kind of motorcycle that is). I love that outfit, and the lighting is so smooth for this photo.

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Photos: Quicksand & No Joy @ Neumos

Quicksand & No Joy @ Neumos – 9/5/17 – Photos by Monica MartinezMemory Lane Series, part 42

Quicksand
No Joy
Quicksand
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Show Preview: Snail Mail @ the Neptune – Mon. 1/28

Snail Mail @ the Neptune, Mon. 1/28 – Show Preview by Dagmar

Snail Mail – aka Lindsey Jordan – makes a return to Seattle tomorrow, Monday January 28th. The 19-year-old Jordan released her debut full-length album, Lush, last summer on Matador Records. Impressive! For her first album, she worked with producer Jake Aron, who, having worked with artists such as Beth Orton and Jamie Lidell, proved to be an excellent choice. You can also definitely hear Sonic Youth in the Maryland-born singer-songwriter’s sound. Snail Mail will perform as an entire band on Monday, with Choir Boy as openers.

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