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🎧 Local Music Lowdown: tigerlily

tigerlily released her debut single “lisbon” last month. 📸: Courtesy of tigerlily This week’s artist bends the rule of the column as she doesn’t technically call Seattle home anymore, but we’re willing to make an exception. You might have seen Tigerlily Cooley in her band, Bleachbear, which she was in with her sister and cousin. Now she’s […]

Locals to Know / August 14, 2020

🎧 Local Music Lowdown: Black Ends

L to R: Jonny Modes (drums), Nicolle Swims (vocals/guitar) and Ben Swanson (bass) Chiara Neyman The grunge influence in the band we’re featuring this week is more than just a little obvious. But give their music a listen and you’ll pick up on the garage-rock/punk/pop sound that your mom might just call “noise” but you […]

Art & Culture / August 7, 2020

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🎧 Local Music Lowdown: Falon Sierra

Falon Sierra’s new single Sushi / Samba comes out August 7th. For the second edition of the “Local Music Lowdown,” I’d like to introduce y’all to the very talented Falon Sierra. Falon Sierra started to turn heads in 2017 thanks to her appearance in MoPop’s Sound Off! finals—a 21-and-under battle of the bands style competition. She has […]

Art & Culture / August 4, 2020

🎧 Local Music Lowdown: Tomo Nakayama

“Melonday” is out now and available to purchase on bandcamp. Welcome to a brand new weekly occurrence that I’m introducing. In light of the pandemic and all live music being canceled, I wanted to take the opportunity to spotlight some local artists, their music and how to support them. In this new section, I’ll be […]

Art & Culture / August 4, 2020

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Our Tomorrow: A new kind of Mister Rogers in our own backyard

Val Thomas-Matson plays Aunty Lena whose friend possum helps explore weekly topics and themes. (📸: Courtesy of Look, Listen and Learn) Sponsored by Civic Commons. Civic Commons did not provide editorial input. Let’s take action together   Civic Commons is building belonging in our community and inspiring Seattleites to take action on our region’s biggest […]

Art & Culture / July 29, 2020

Our Tomorrow: Meet one mom who is spear-heading the Family Tech Support center to assist students in online learning

Sponsored by Civic Commons. Civic Commons did not provide editorial input. Let’s take action together   Civic Commons is building belonging in our community and inspiring Seattleites to take action on our region’s biggest economic and social challenges. Join us. In the middle of March Seattle Public schools announced the short-term shutdown of schools and […]

Locals to Know / July 22, 2020