Tag Archive: new releases

BUMBERSHOOT 2014 LINEUP + The Pink & Purple Pickwick Party Recap

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My initial Bumbershoot 2014 lineup reactions… Stellar Seattle bands I’m pumped for: Pickwick Iska Dhaaf The Head & The Heart Schoolyard Heroes La Luz Sam Lachow The Lonely Forest Bands to appease the… Continue reading

COACHELLA 2014 [FESTIVAL RECAP]

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All photos by Suburban Remix unless otherwise noted. Coachella is truly something else. Coming from someone who loves going to concerts and festivals more than anything, Coachella is definitely an experience to be… Continue reading

BOTW #55 – Iggy Azalea

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Female rappers are totally killing the game right now, and one to note is Iggy Azalea. Upon first glance, you would probably expect the tall blonde to be a model, and in fact… Continue reading

BOTW #52 – Sleigh Bells

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Like the band name suggests, there are indeed sleigh bells and a handful of other auxiliary instruments sprinkled throughout Sleigh Bells’ records. Incorporating these sounds along with crunchy synth pads, well-produced drum machine,… Continue reading

BOTW #51 – Dillon Francis

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EDM without too many of the extremely heavy bass-drops, quirky sound effects, hyperactive synth licks, and an indie flare — exactly what Dillon Francis has to offer! This DJ finds a happy medium… Continue reading

[ALBUM REVIEW] Little Mix’s “Salute” – Destiny’s Child meets Spice Girls, So Much Girl Power

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The British girl-power quartet is back with their sophomore record, Salute, and they do not disappoint. Filled with power ballads, undeniably contagious dance tracks, tight harmonies, flawless pop vocal performances, and 90’s vibes… Continue reading

[SONG REVIEW] Glee Star, Lea Michele’s Debut Single: “Cannonball”

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Lea Michele’s long awaited solo debut was totally worth the wait! On the powerful mid-tempo pop ballad, “Cannonball,” penned by hit-maker Sia (“Diamonds” for Rihanna, “Titanium” w/ David Guetta, etc.), Lea showcases her… Continue reading

BOTW #41 – The Dip

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It always makes me happy to see “young people” playing jazzy soul-funk music as these seem to be genres that are increasingly becoming foreign to the internet-obsessed generation of today. Local Seattle band,… Continue reading