Norwegian songstress Ane Brun was approaching the end of her North American tour when she stopped at the Crocodile Café last week. “Don’t Leave,” from Ane’s recent double album Songs 2003-2013 was featured in the American Cancer Society’s Super Bowl 2014 commercial. Ane was accompanied by Linnea Olsson on cello, who also opened the show. […]
The LA-based trio, Wildcat! Wildcat!, hit the Crocodile in support of their eponymous EP released in early September. The indie-pop band was profiled alongside Passion Pit in Sam Jones’s documentary “Hello Everywhere” (viewable online at www.feedthebeat.com). Wildcat! Wildcat!
The Canadian electro-pop-goth band Austra played at the Crocodile Café in support of their latest album, Feel It Break. Fronted by Katie Stelmanis – whose middle name is Austra – twins Sari and Romy Lightman added some amazing harmonies.
Photos by Jill Rachel Evans Review by Chris Senn Reykjavik Calling brought unique, unprecedented collaboration to the Crocodile on Friday night. The free show showcased some of the finest Icelandic musicians from Seattle’s sister city of Reykjavik collaborating with Seattle musicians. The four pairings in this showcase were inspired and inspiring. The exchange of culture […]
Sister cities – Reykjavik and Seattle – came together at the Croc on Friday for an evening of music. Nathan Wade, Petur Ben, Jason Dodson, Lay Low, Rachael Flotard, Rusty Willoughby, Sindri Mar Sigfusson, John John Roderick and Mugison played four sets with everyone back on stage for the encore.