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By MIKEL TOOMBS
Remember He Is We, the onetime Tacoma-livin’ and then MySpace-driven pop duo? (Remember MySpace?)
Well, He Is We is no longer around, but singer-songwriter Rachel Taylor is, having survived both Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and, as she was diagnosed two years ago at age 21, the rare autoimmune disease Ankylosing Spondylitis (the treatment included [...]
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New York disco-pop revivalists Holy Ghost! made a stop at Showbox SoDo Tuesday, April 12, the very day their self-titled debut album hit stores.
Sharing the stage was Cut Copy, a synth-pop band from Melbourne, Australia.
The new album “Holy Ghost!” includes 10 infectious, driving songs, featuring guest performances by Luke Jenner (The Rapture), Penguin Prison and [...]
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It’s just hours away: A massive assault on KeyArena by ’80s electro-pop band Depeche Mode.
Read a recent review of the group’s Lollapalooza performance in Rolling Stone magazine. Here’s another story from a Florida newpaper site. And here’s a video of “Wrong” from YouTube.
Tickets start at $57.50 for Monday’s 8 p.m. concert. You can also find [...]
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