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Dancing on the unfathomable fringe: my 1995 interview with David Bowie:

Posted January 11th, 2016 by genestout

By GENE STOUT
The news of David Bowie’s death brought an outpouring of reminiscences from fellow artists, fans and music writers.
Below is the complete text from my preview of his October 1995 concert with Nine Inch Nails at the Tacoma Dome. Bowie was engaging, good-humored and eager to talk about his 1995 album, “Outside,” which [...]

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Bumbershoot Festival announces ‘Conscious Nights’ EDM series

Posted May 28th, 2014 by genestout

By GENE STOUT
Bumbershoot is launching a new electronic dance music series titled “Conscious Nights at Bumbershoot.”
Created by Seattle’s USC Events, promoters of the Paradiso Festival June 27-28 at The Gorge, the series features such EDM acts as Savant, Hook N Sling and Myron & Shane 54.
Featuring local, national and international performers, the series is offered [...]

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CONCERT PREVIEW: Radio Raheem plans ‘big old dance party’ at High Dive

Posted February 18th, 2014 by genestout

By GENE STOUT
If Seattle funk/rock/soul band Radio Raheem had a mission statement, it would likely be “to have fun, get the people dancing and raise the roof.”
So says guitarist Bryan Cohen, who co-founded the band in 2011 with bassist Paul Christofferson, later adding guitarist, keyboardist and saxophonist Trevor Rasmusson and drummer Zia Uddin.
Sparks began to [...]

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New Year’s Eve at the Swedish Club is served with a pancake ‘toast’

Posted December 27th, 2013 by genestout

By GENE STOUT
Those who go out on New Year’s Eve are always looking for something different.
The fabulously fun-loving Three Crowns Ball at the “architecturally significant” Swedish Club is the new kid on the block when it comes to hipster NYE bashes.
The event at 1920 Dexter Ave. N. on the east side of Queen Anne features [...]

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Rubblebucket provides some colorful, post-Halloween fun at Barboza

Posted November 2nd, 2013 by genestout

By GENE STOUT
Based in Brooklyn, N.Y., Rubblebucket is an eclectic, genre-defying party band with horns, synthesizer and funky guitars.
Past live shows have included dancing robot puppets, a crowd-surfing horn section and concertgoers climbing on stage for dance breakouts.
Rubblebucket’s current EP, “Save Charlie,” came out last month on Communion Music, and the band has been getting [...]

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