Over 50,000 “Swifties” filled Seattle’s CenturyLink Field. Attendees traveled from all over Washington, Oregon, Canada, and even other nearby states, to witness the visual spectacle that is Taylor Swift’s 2018 Reputation Tour. Attendees were no casual fans either, as many recreated past outfits by Swift and made homemade car costumes in reference to one of […]
Memorial Sunday Pour some out for our Homies!! This show was originally streamcast May 28 of last year (2017). The two year period of 2016 through the end of 2017 saw an inordinate number of musical luminary deaths. This was the Sunday after having Chris Cornell and Gregg Allman release from this mortal coil only […]
I’d clean it for you if you want me to
Robin Edwards, aka Lisa Prank, calls in to talk about her upcoming tour dates, including a show this Friday (8/5) at Mississippi Studios, the origin of her name, equating music with carpentry, Third Eye Blind, Seattle’s music scene, and feelings.
Traffic and technical issues notwithstanding, one of the best rock bands in the world, Seattle’s soulful punk band The Exquisites, visits KPSU to play a real barn burner of an in-studio performance. Afterwards, I say “OLCC” out loud because I think it’s funny and then we talk about b-ball. In-studio performance from The Exquistes starts at […]
In anticipation of the 12th annual Decibel Festival in Seattle, KPSU had the pleasure of hosting Nordic Soul (Sean Horton) founder, curator and president of Decibel Festival on Learning to Grow with DJ Mkulima. Decibel certainly lived up to what Sean had promised; a conscious environment uniting EDM lovers from around the country. Open minded […]
Hello, KPSU Blog-readers. Thank you so much for gracing us with your presence. You are dearly loved. The bad news is, Treefort Music Festival is over and Lanny and I (Mo) cry and miss it every day. The good new is, Lanny and Momo are takin’ Capitol Hill Block Party. That’s right folks, That One […]