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Two bills are currently being considered in the U.S. Congress: PIPA the “Protect IP Act” and SOPA the “Stop Online Piracy Act.” Both are designed to address a legitimate problem – foreign-based websites that are engaging in digital piracy and trafficking in counterfeit goods. Unfortunately, […]

Jesse Edwards “Dialogue of the Streets”

I first met Jesse hanging around the 35th North skateshop (one of the best on the planet, easily)  back a handful of years ago. We never really talked much, but it was easy to see that he had some crazy stuff bouncing around in his head. A […]

Happy 1 Year Anniversary!

Happy 1 year Anniversary! We would like to thank everyone for supporting us through our introductory year! We wouldn’t be here without your love and support. We have some exciting things in the works for 2012 so keep an eye out! Are you interested in […]

Zee Avi

Recently I had the pleasure of watching Zee Avi live @ The Crocodile. She is a Malaysian singer-songwriter, guitarist, ukulele player and currently on tour to promote her latest album, “Ghostbird” on Monotone Records. It’s been 2 years since the release of her self-titled debut […]

Videographer, Jesse Montini-Vose

I met Jesse a long time ago, I think it was 1997 and he showed me the ropes at the local Subway sandwich shop. It was hilarious because he ran through the training process so fast and kinda mumbling, I pretty much had no idea […]

Phantogram – As Far As I Can See (Music Video)

From one of my favorite tracks off Eyelid Movies, peep the latest music video by Phantogram performing As Far As I Can See.   Directed by Ewan MacLeod D.O.P Jackson Hunt Produced by Ivan Bess Production Company: Stamp London Commissioner: Jill Kaplan Art Direction: Ali […]

APORIA: IN THESE §TREETS

Back in February we posted the debut album titled Winter Pigeons from Made in Heights and we’ve been hooked ever since! A collab between Kelsey Bulkin and Blue Scholars’ producer Sabzi has released their follow-up album titled, APORIA: IN THESE §TREETS. A few of my […]

Matt Brevner. That is all.

Holy sh*t, Matt Brevner is definitely an artist to watch out for. Have you heard of this guy? This helluva talented gentleman is an Emcee, engineer, producer, AND creative director. :: HELLO?!! :: Two words: “Self sufficient”. Matt is part Japanese, part Trinidadian, born, and […]

New Album!!! The Weekend: Thursday

Canadian Artist, The Weekend, has just released a new album, “Thursday”. You can download the entire album, for free, off their website: http://the-weeknd.com/ This is a big-deal for all fans of The Weekend, such as myself! Some songs such as “The Birds part 1” and “Rolling […]

Xtreme Drift Circuit

XDC Drift/REMIX is on August 13th at PGP Motorsports in Washington and we’ll be covering it! The XDC is bridging the gap between professional drifters and the field of amateurs where competitors travel from across the globe on any single event to drift on world […]

Winners Circle, Summer Drop Part 2

Oh boy, the good folks over at Winners Circle in Seattle have got their “new new” round 2 hitting the shelves today! It includes some new printed tees, a new “Anchor” Culture Jacket, two different towels (a hand towel with Glovey and a larger “Anchor” beach […]

The First Times “I’ll Get Along”, “Way Too Long”

The good ‘ol boys from The First Times just dropped two new sweet tracks for you to get your sexy summer saunter to. You know that strut that comes out under the influence of a couple drinks, as well its a bit too hot outside […]

Supply&Demand Mixtape Sessions – 500 Days of Summer

Supply&Demand Mixtape Sessions present 500 Days of Summer. Taking you back to 90’s Hip-Hop- to more recent cuts, DJ MC drops the heat and reminds us why we fell in love with summer! [Audio clip: view full post to listen] 1. 500 Days of Summer […]

Rudy’s Barbershop Documentary

Rudy’s Barbershop is a chain of barbershops founded in Seattle, Washington and located primarily on the West Coast. The first Rudy’s was opened by Alex Calderwood, David Petersen and Wade Weigel in 1992. They are known for their casual, retro-hip aesthetic. I’ve been going to […]

Shaprece “Scatterbrain” EP Release Party W/Fresh Espresso, July 2nd @ The Crocodile

Shaprece has been a good friend of mine for several years, we met one day on Broadway in the CapHill neighborhood at a small Boutique, we just talked music, and been homies ever since. I think a lot of people in the 206 (myself included) […]

Supply&Demand Mixtape Sessions Vol. 1

Introducing our new feature to the site!!! We will be hosting Monthly Mixtape Sessions from our favorite Dj’s across the country. You can find the player on our front page underneath our social network icons. This something we’ve been working on since our inception and […]

Moving Target Tour in Seattle

Last weekend I had the rare opportunity to witness Dead Prez and Ms. Lauryn Hill perform in Seattle.   Dead Prez performed singles old and new. Conscious rhymes mixed with familiar beats, reminded old fans and new that these veterans know how to rock the […]

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URSA MAJOR AND THE SLOW DECLINE – Kat Larson

Ursa Major and the Slow Decline By Kat Larson New Video & Small Delights April 15 – May 14 Pun(c)tuation A new art exhibit featuring video performances, video stills and miniature sculptures by Northwest artist Kat Larson, “Ursa Major and the Slow Decline” opened recently. […]

Shlomo, Tokimonsta, Daedelus!

We were gracefully greeted by Shlomo with a couple of kind words, then the frequency was turned up. His approach and creativity was progressed as each bass line dropped. It was music to my ears, and really I’m really liking the kid. This was my […]