After 15 solid years with Death Cab For Cutie, Gibbard steps out solo at the Showbox Market.
Ben Gibbard didn’t choose to step out and rock his solo album in search of finding himself as an individual artist after over a decade with Death Cab for Cutie, he did so to close a door. Gibbard pours his soul into these tracks, which span over 8 years of his life, revolve around 3 interchangeable relationships, and living in two very different cities. (more…)
Ghostland Observatory breaks it down with the Keyboard Kid in Sodo
Ghostland Observatory is not so much a duo, but a collaboration of two opposite minded individuals, dedicated to creating a unique blend of futuristic electro-pop and vocals. Aaron Behrens and Thomas Turner are two men driven by a cause that keeps them awake hours on end experimenting, (more…)
This Cali pop sensation takes down the Moore, making it impossible to never trust a happy song.
When Hannah Hopper and Christian Zucconi stumbled into each other in Manhattan one evening, they knew their spirited connection would lead to something beautiful. And when Hannah mentioned (more…)
Many Seattleites take off Labor Day Weekend and flock to campsites, boating trips, and wonderful nooks and crannies of the Pacific Northwest to enjoy their mini vaycay three day weekend. But if you’re staying in town this year, don’t miss out on the Bumbershoot 2012 Festival. (more…)
Experience the enchantment of Jack White at the WaMu Theater.
I liked the White Stripes, I think at some point in time we all fell for the album White Blood Cells in 2001, with that garage band sound a lot of Americans’ strive for, but couldn’t successfully pull off without the British accent. But I must say I LOVE Jack White; his solo performance at (more…)
Come see Regina Spektor seduce the crowd at the Paramount Theater.
Move over J Lo, another diva from the Bronx has emerged, and she’s certainly a force to be re-conned with; since her arrival to the main stage circa 2001, Regina Spektor has been (more…)
This talent brings his rare exceptional voice to share with the Showbox Market.
Who: Frank Ocean, born Christopher Lonny Breaux, is a rare breed of R&B talent these days. He’s remained casually under the radar, writing for artists such as John Legend and Justin Beiber, but after working with LA’s Odd Furtive Collection, and self releasing his first album Nostalgia his own stardom began to shine for his vocal talents. (more…)