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A review of the Broods show at Neumos on March 10th

Any time I hear that one of my favorite bands is playing at Neumos, I think it’s a match made in Heaven. Because, well, Neumos is one of my favorite venues, so favorite + favorite = YAAAS. 1,113 more words

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Can’t Stop! Or Maybe You Can: A review of the Theophilus London Show at Neumos on March 7th

So, before this show I was beyond interested on how Theophilus London would perform. He has a very jazzy and classy sound to him which you don’t hear often, but also produced his last album with Kanye West, so who was I to guess, what he would be like? 493 more words

Thank God It's Monday: Holly Miranda and Andrea Gibson @ Neumos!

Yeah, back to work and the headaches of the 9-5 world. But not to worry, my Emerald Citiers, there is relief.

Get over to Neumos… 90 more words


With a name like that you really think they’d disappoint? : A preview of the THEESatisfaction show at Neumos on February 26th

If you’re not already familiar with Sub Pop goddesses THESatisfaction, I strongly suggest you take a listen. THEESatisfaction is a Seattle hip-hop/RnB duo made up of singer Catherine “Cat” Harris-White and rapper Stasia “Stas” Irons. 221 more words

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The Organ's Playing My Song...

    If I were to compose a list of my top 10 favourite albums ever, Cursive’s The Ugly Organ would undoubtedly make the cut. A decade ago I fell in love with its dynamically moody instrumentation and poignantly clever lyrics, guided throughout by a cello’s haunting undertones. 627 more words

Wanderings Of The Body

Live Review: Hundred Waters at Seattle’s Neumos (2/17)

Photography by Brittany Brassell

Silhouetted by rays of light, Hundred Waters couldn’t have looked more mysterious. The tumbling beat of “Out Alee” rushed through the speakers as each member methodically leaned over their instruments. 685 more words

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Let’s Dine on Pink Slime: A Night at Neumos with Ariel Pink

The day before Ariel Pink took to the stage at Neumos, I sat in a typical Monday morning stupor as my professor lectured on thermochemistry. “Entropy,” she began to explain, “is the tendency of systems towards disorder.”  The particulate nature of matter and its constant random motion, so it goes, tends to produce maximum disorder within natural systems. 888 more words

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