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Book Review: The Strangest Tribe: How A Group Of Seattle Rock Bands Invented Grunge by Stephen Tow

The real story of what led up to the grunge explosion. Read More »

Book Review: Taking Punk to the Masses: From Nowhere to Nevermind by Jacob McMurray

A history of the Seattle grunge music scene, the next best thing if you can't visit Seattle's EMP. Read More »

Music Review: Meat Puppets – Lollipop

The Kirkwood brothers give us a lighter shade of weird. Read More »

Music Review: Archers of Loaf – Icky Mettle [Remastered 2-CD Edition]

The influential North Carolina indie rock group's first and most essential album gets reissued as a 27-track-long double disc. Read More »

American Idol Alumni Pitch In To Benefit Cancer Support Group

A June 14th triple-bill of performers, headlined by Sanjaya Malakar, aim to raise money for Gilda's Club Seattle. Read More »

Music Review: Rasputina – Great American Gingerbread

A new CD/DVD from the masters of "cello-rock." Read More »

Inside EMP’s New Nirvana Exhibit

Seattle's EMP museum has created an engrossing visual and aural history of Nirvana. Read More »

Concert Review: Red Fang at Irving Plaza, NYC, March 25, 2011

Red Fang sink their teeth into NYC. Read More »

Live Hate: Bob Geldof Addresses SXSW 2011

Wherein Bob Geldof makes an ironic statement without even realizing it. Read More »

Music Review: Idlewild – Post Electric Blues

Another smooth-sailing but softer effort from these veteran Scottish rockers. Read More »