Show Review & Photos: Beach House @ Sub Pop’s 30th Anniversary Party

Show Review & Photos: Beach House @ Sub Pop’s 30thAnniversary Party – 8/11/18by Lisa Hagen Glynn Beach House rocked Alki Beach at Sub Pop’s 30thAnniversary Party. The free outdoor festival included four stages that featured 18 artists from the now-iconic Seattle record label. Scattered thunderstorms threatened the venue all day long, but hardly dampened the […]

Show Review & Photos: Thievery Corporation & the Suffers @ the Showbox

Thievery Corporation & the Suffers @ the Showbox, 12/28/18Show Review & Photos by Lisa Hagen Glynn Thievery Corporation packed the Showbox on December 28, 2018. Based in Washington, D.C., the band plays classic trip-hop with a world feel—including sitar, tablas, chimes, and congas. Their tour supports the album Treasures from the Temple, which was recorded […]

Show Review & Photos: Cat Power @ the Showbox

Cat Power w/[email protected] the Showbox, 11/17/18Show Review & Photos by Lisa Hagen Glynn Cat Power sold out an all-ages show at Seattle’s Showbox on November 17, 2018. The set included seven songs from the October 2018 release, Wanderer, a few older tunes, and covers by Nico, Lana Del Rey, Dead Man’s Bones, Dirty Three, and […]

Show Review & Photos: Squirrel Nut Zippers @ the Crocodile

Squirrel Nut Zippers @ the Crocodile – 11/27/18Show Review & Photos by Lisa Hagen Glynn Squirrel Nut Zippers swung through The Crocodile on November 27th, 2018. Led by co-founder Jimbo Mathus, the quirky early-jazz revival nonet brought a holiday flavor to their New Orleans style. Their tour supports their March 2018 album, Beasts of Burgundy. […]

Show Review & Photos: Cameron Esposito @ the Neptune

Cameron Esposito @ the Neptune – 10/14/18Show Review & Photos by Lisa Hagen Glynn Cameron Esposito packed the Neptune Theatre on October 14th, 2018 for an evening of edgy, LGBTQ-centric standup comedy. Esposito’s tour supports her recent special, Rape Jokes, which benefits sexual-assault hotline RAINN . Esposito joked that the audience overrepresented people who—like her—identify as visibly Queer […]