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By GENE STOUT
Seattle DJ Marco Collins, who was the subject of the SIFF film “The Glamour and the Squalor,” is putting his energy and passion into a benefit for MusicCares, a national organization that helps musicians in need.
The organization operated by The Recording Academy.
The event, dubbed “Every Little Counts (sic), is at 7 p.m. Dec. [...]
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By GENE STOUT
Born Cages whips up a potent brew of EDM and 1980s-style synth rock on its debut full-length album, “I’m Glad I’m Not Me.”
The new album was released last June on the New York City-based label, Washington Square (also home to The Hold Steady).
Last November, the music video for “Rolling Down The Hill” won [...]
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By MIKEL TOOMBS
Gwenno Saunders, once lead singer of British girl-band Pipettes (the delightful if slight 2007 “We Are the Pipettes”), soon will be debuting “a political concept album inspired by an obscure Welsh language sci-fi novel, subtly disguised as a blissful kraut-pop record.”
Sung entirely in Welsh, “apart from one song in Cornish,” the album, called, [...]
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Seattle’s 107.7 The End (KNDD-FM) has announced a new program in its specialty music lineup, the EDM-focused Saturday night segment dubbed Subtronic End.
The show makes its debut from 10 p.m. to midnight Saturday, Nov. 8, and will become a staple of the station’s weekend programming.
Subtronic End offers two hours of electronic dance music, from superstar [...]
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