Aug 03, 2015
Seattle’s most #based producer, Keyboard Kid, released some visuals recently for “Thraxx Road Trip” off his upcoming “#EVILKEYBOARD II” album. Check it! - Liz
“Cops On My Back” is off Silas Blak’s recently released (and dope) “#BlakFriday: The Mixtape.” The Cabin Games artist will be performing at the August Home Slice alongside KLTZ, Z3LLI, and Travis Thompson for only $5 in The Crocodile Back Bar on Thursday, August 13. - Liz
Aug 01, 2015
Sorry if you missed Bambu and the rest of the crew on the Beatrock 5th Anniversary Tour at The Crocodile on July 21; it ruled. It is not too late to watch him battle a drone in the new video for “Comrades” off his Party Worker album though! - Liz
Jul 31, 2015
This dick ain’t freeeeeeeeeeee!
Jul 30, 2015
Kehlani’s You Should Be Here tour is highly anticipated like the 1st and the 15th. This being said, it’s only right to put a spotlight on Toronto’s PARTYNEXTDOOR newest joint, which also happens to have a light splash of vocals from the Oakland princess herself. This one is for the night owls.
You’ve likely heard Kevin Lavitt’s work with some of the local Seattle heavy-hitters like Sol, The Physics, and Sam Lachow. He’s stepping into the spotlight and making some great moves these days. Check out the new video for his Thig Nat collaboration “The Deep End” below and check out his discography on his website here. - Liz
It’s hard not to love someone who smiles this much. Congratulations to Porter and his crew on another great video! Porter and Dave B will be opening for Goldlink at our Red Bull Sound Select event August 5th at Barboza. - Liz
Jul 29, 2015
You’ve likely seen or heard the work of Astro King Phoenix already. They’ve been collaborating with Porter Ray and other great Seattle artists for the past few years. Plus, they just killed it in The Crocodile Back Bar with Neka & Kahlo, Fountaine, Wes Guy, and visual artist Malcolm Procter a few days ago. Here’s a new Ike Watson-produced Astro King Phoenix track for your listening pleasure. - Liz
Jul 28, 2015
Remixed gem from Louisville’s Bryson Tiller with a little help from super-producer J-Louis.