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Photos: Coin, Arizona @ Neumos

Photos by: Daniel Hager  – 

Nashville-based indie pop band Coin, who released their second album, How Will You Know If You Never Try, on April 21st, 2017 via Columbia, which followed up their 2015 self-titled debut album, and which featured the singles “Talk Too Much”, and “I Don’t Wanna Dance”, performed at Neumos in Seattle last night with New Jersey-based indie rock band Arizona. 158 more words


Gloomy Goodness: Girlpool & Snail Mail to Play Neumos

The heart of Girlpool is the friendship between Cleo Tucker (vocalist and guitarist) and Harmony Trividad (vocalist and bassist), and despite constant personal evolution, it’s their voices and vulnerability that give the group’s music its strength. 296 more words

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Photos: Thurston Moore, Marisa Anderson @ Neumos

Photos by: Kevin Tosh – 

Alt-Rock singer-songwriter Thurston Moore, who is best known as the singer, songwriter and guitarist of Sonic Youth, and who released his newest solo album, Rock N Roll Consciousness, on April 28th, 2017 via Harvest/Caroline Records, which was produced by Paul Epworth (Adele, Paul McCartney, Florence and the Machine, Coldplay, U2), performed at Neumos in Seattle last night with americana singer-songwriter Marisa Anderson, who released her newest album, … 206 more words


Whitney To The T: A Review of Whitney at Neumos

Whitney has been contributing their music to my life in ways I never would have imagined upon first hearing them. The incredibly unique arrangements they offer have acted as prominent features in the soundtrack of my 2016-17 school year. 728 more words

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The Billy Idol reference is obvious but also the side effect of reading Jason Zinoman’s (fabulous) Letterman: The Last Giant of Late Night. I’d forgotten Letterman’s… 12 more words


Hailing From Denver, Neumos Welcomes The Motet

I can feel the rhythm now; it’s crawling through my veins in preparation for The Motet’s performance at Neumos on Friday, April 21st. The rhythm is slowly making its way up my body, inching closer and closer to my brain with every horn pop, bass groove, and organ slide I listen to as I ready myself to witness this funk group play live. 162 more words

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Lords of Lighting: A Recap of King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard at Neumos

As my friend Meagan and I anxiously waited at will-call to enter the newly renovated Neumos, I kept catching myself singing “Rattlesnake.” And looking back at it, … 810 more words

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