Tag Archive: seattle

BOTW #95 – Sam Dew

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Sure, “another alternative pop/indie artist” is what you might be thinking, but Sam Dew combines all of your favorite indie elements with a smooth falsetto and R&B vocal stylings for his own spin… Continue reading

Album of the Week: “Back of My Mind” – A-Tran

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Hey! Is this thing on?!… To all my awesome and loyal readers, sorry about the unannounced hiatus over here on Suburban Remix! I took a break from my weekly posts about artists and… Continue reading

BOTW #89 – Stefan Pruett

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With a bit of 80s new wave flare detected in his moody vocal timbre, sparkling synths tastefully placed in the track, and indie pop vibes in his catchy melodies, Stefan Pruett has made… Continue reading

BOTW #88 – Ryn Weaver

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Relatively new to the music world, Ryn Weaver put out her debut EP, Promsies, in 2014 and she is already all over the internet scene. Ryn has got such a cool alternative pop… Continue reading

Iska Dhaaf, The Crocodile 1/29/15 [CONCERT RECAP]

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Seattle’s very own indie/alt power-duo, Iska Dhaaf, came home from their temporary abodes in New York to record a few songs for their upcoming album and play a show for the home crowd… Continue reading

BOTW #86 – Betty Who

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Band of the Week is back for 2015, and we’re starting out with a sassy pop singer, obviously. I remember the huge buzz around Betty Who a few years ago all over social… Continue reading

BOTW #85 – Tom Odell

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Brit-pop never fails me. Tom Odell has has a indie rock vibe with the lyrical flow of a true singer-songwriter. The unique texture of his voice makes anything he sings sound instantly honest… Continue reading

BOTW #84 – Willow

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You probably know Will Smith’s daughter, Willow, as the kid who sang the wildly viral “Whip My Hair” a few years back, but she has clearly grown out of that stage. Willow just… Continue reading

Song of the Day: “Ready to Go” – The Dip

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Band of the Week alumns (click here for their feature), The Dip, are back with their debut single, and it is nothing short of a good jam. Led by Tom Eddy‘s soulful vocal… Continue reading

BOTW #83 – PVRIS

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I had the pleasure of covering this band for Rain City Ambience when they opened on the Mayday Parade tour a couple weeks ago, and I still can’t get over how much they… Continue reading

BOTW #82 + CONCERT RECAP – Tom Eddy

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Tom Eddy is making some big waves in Seattle music. You may have seen Tom fronting electronic/dance band, Beat Connection, or maybe even his soul/funk outfit, The Dip. Either way, these two ensembles… Continue reading

Sam Smith – In the Lonely Hour Tour [CONCERT RECAP] 9/25/14

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When I first heard Sam Smith’s voice as the featured artist on Disclosure’s “Latch,” I knew this guy was going to be in the game for a while. He announced his North American… Continue reading

BOTW #81 – Hemming

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In today’s giant sea of singer/songwriters, Hemming sticks out as a promising newcomer with her forward style of vocalizing and honest lyrics. Hemming recently got signed to Linda Perry’s label after her appearance… Continue reading

BOTW #80 – Yelle

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Lyrics are a crucial factor in whether or not we are drawn to an artist. But sometimes, if it just sounds good to our ears, do we really need to understand what they… Continue reading

Nick Jonas – 2014 Tour [CONCERT RECAP]

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Growing up as an avid Disney Channel consumer, it is no surprise that I was a huge Jonas Brothers and Camp Rock fan. Their brand of rock-driven pop was undeniably awesome. Some call… Continue reading