On Thursday night, American rock bands Thursday and Underoath rocked the Showbox SoDo for a full evening of ear-ringing music kicked off by A Skylit Drive and Animals as Leaders. Thursday, currently with five full-length albums released, took the crowd back in time by playing its breakthrough album Full Collapse in its entirety. Underoath, a […]
Rolling Stone magazine described Led Zeppelin as “the biggest band of the 1970s” and “the heaviest band of all time”. With 300 million albums sold worldwide, 7 Billboard number 1 albums, Led Zeppelin was one of the most prolific and legendary rock bands ever. Trying to emulate such a band would be a tall order […]
I know it was a Tuesday, the beginning of the week and most still hadn’t quite recovered from the weekend’s excesses. But so many of us missed out on a breakout show by The Postelles, Brooklyn’s gift to catchy tunes. I suggest you don’t make that mistake next time they cruise through Seattle, because they […]
Dark, Macabre, Literate, Love, Hate, Beautiful, Traditional, Original, Country, Folk, American Gothic. All of these words describe the unique music and sound of The Handsome Family.
On Sunday night 107.7 The End kicked off a new year of its exclusive End Sessions, bringing a handful of fans to the station’s first-ever back-to-back session at the EMP Skychurch. British singer-songwriter Hugo kicked things off with a colorful set that included his much-buzzed about cover of Jay Z’s “99 Problems.” Indie rockers Cage […]