Gifts for Concert Goers

Coffee Coffee Coffee

Coffee Playlist Lots of these songs are either about coffee, reference coffee, or early mornings. Some of these songs have nothing to do with coffee, but I really enjoy listening to them while drinking coffee….

Gig Posters: A Hallowed Art Form

Gig posters are an art form very close to my heart. Although intrinsically disposable, these pieces of advertisement are a hallowed art form to the initiated. Memorializing a single unforgettable show, screen printed concert posters…

Brixton: The Road to Freedom

Born of the independent spirit of the garage builders, skaters, and surfers of America’s West, Brixton has cemented a legacy as being a brand that caters to the fiercely independent. Cruising south from Los Angeles…

Let The Music Play: Celebrating Seattle’s Iconic Venues

With a rich musical history spanning from the early 1900’s to the present time, Seattle is a music city through and through. It may be the most musically rich city in the country per capita…

Seattle Sound Machine: Two Iconic Record Stores in The Emerald City

We live in a digital world, fast-paced, and evolving every second the digital world has taken over every facet of our life from the way we shop the way we consume media. However, in the…

Photo Recap: Timber! Outdoor Music Festival

If you’ve ever been to a music festival and thought, “Wow this is way too crowded and intense and loud,” you might be the perfect patron of the Timber! Outdoor Music Festival, now going on…

Floating Away: The Cumulus Interview

Seattle has long been known for its iconic music scene. Maybe it’s the eight months of dreary weather, but the city by the sea has been producing some of the most prominent musicians for decades….

Chicago Blues City

Chicago has long been a city revered for its music and arts community. The Windy City has produced some of the most recognized musicians and artists of the modern era and its contribution to the…

Summer Groove: A Guide To Seattle and Chicago Music Festivals

Summer vibes are in full effect and the sun-drenched energy is in the air. For most, summer means shedding the layers and leaving behind the indoor activities of winter. We embrace the beautiful outdoors for…

Your Essential Sasquatch Music Festival Guide

Every Memorial Day weekend a wide array of both established and upcoming artists descend upon the Gorge Amphitheatre in Eastern Washington to take part in the world-renowned Sasquatch Music Festival. Situated just east of the…

Musical Migrations: Catching up with Creamer

While a religious upbringing set the stage for Philip Creamer’s musical inspiration, it was his recent move to Nashville from Dallas that helped him focus on the songwriting for his upcoming solo album. After stints…

Wayward Wanderings

On the Road: Perpetual Motion’s Eclectic Bullshit Playlist

To be perfectly honest, it’s been a long time since anyone asked me to share what I’ve been listening to. I used to swap CD mixes with my God brother growing up, but nowadays I…

On the Record: Favorite Metal Album Covers

In the days of MP3s and streaming music, album art is easily overlooked. It used to be whether shopping for vinyl, tapes or CD’s, the album art was the quickest way to draw attention to…