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Mudhoney Snarl Through "Paranoid Core," Confirm First New Album in 5 Years

'Digital Garbage' is out via Sub Pop on September 28.
Alex Robert Ross
7.10.18
Premieres

Get a Fucking Earful of Fucked And Bound's Vicious Feminist Hardcore

Stream 'Suffrage,' the furious, nihilistic debut from this Seattle hardcore unit (featuring members of He Whose Ox is Gored).
Kim Kelly
2.15.18
Premieres

Immerse Yourself in Eye of Nix's Ghostly Gothic Black Metal Doom

Stream 'Black Somnia,' the absolutely stunning and wholly unique new album from these Seattle experimental metal outliers.
Kim Kelly
12.12.17
Essays

Seattle Punks Who Is She? Make Gossip Radical

The trio's debut LP, 'Seattle Gossip,' rifles off pop culture references without pausing. Right now, that's a statement in itself.
Annie Fell
12.10.17
Noisey News

Hear Death Cab for Cutie's First Ever Show and Donate to a Good Cause

Proceeds from downloads will go to Seattle non-profit The Aurora Commons.
Lauren O'Neill
11.22.17
Premieres

Chasity Belt Heads into the American West in the Video for "Stuck"

We went to Guitar Center in Times Square to hang with the Seattle band and... uh.... play some guitar.
Larry Fitzmaurice
9.12.17
PROFILES

Shabazz Palaces Are Ready to Take You to the Wildest Place in Space

Ishmael Butler discusses "expanding the now" on two new albums, 'Quazarz vs. The Jealous Machines' and 'Quazarz: Born On A Gangster Star.'
Mike Ramos
7.12.17
New music

Both of Shabazz Palaces' New Albums Are Now Streaming, So Take a Voyage

You don't even need drugs to trip out to the two albums, which are out July 14.
Phil Witmer
7.6.17
Premieres

Seattle Band My Goodness Is Letting Go and Getting Expansive

The bluesy punks embrace a more expansive sound on their new album 'Scavengers,' streaming now.
Mischa Pearlman
5.30.17
Interviews

Minus The Bear Share First Song from 'VOIDS,' Their First Album in Five Years

We talk to the Seattle band about the process surrounding the new record out on March 3. Listen to "Invisible" now.
Jonah Bayer
1.11.17
Holy Shit

The Shins Debut New Track “The Fear” and Play “Name for You” on ‘A Prairie Home Companion’

Regina Spektor also played on the Minnesota Public Radio staple, meaning that Zach Braff probably cried somewhere.
Alex Robert Ross
1.8.17
Interviews

"All We Know Is Violence:" Seattle-Based Somali Rap Crew Malitia Malimob Talks War and Peace

Watch the gritty new video for "Physical World" from a hip-hop collective that aims to fight the media propaganda and negative stereotypes of Africans through music.
Devon Leger
12.5.16
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