Band of the week

Band of the Week: Hoop drops its debut album this week.

Smoky U District nights fueled by brisket and foosball birthed their sweet, soulful sounds.

The Seattle singer-songwriter plays with PNW soul.

"One very big question on my mind is how bands can survive in a post-CD, music-streaming economy? The answer is syncs for paper towel commercials."

Maldives frontman Jason Dodson tells us about the new album, 'Mad Lives,' and his dreams of a vacation

Sera Cahoone, formerly of Band of Horses and Carissa's Wierd, will release her fourth solo album, 'From Where I Started,' on her own Lady Muleskinner records this Friday

Joy Mills and her country/roots ensemble releases its latest EP, 'Coming Up', this week, complete with a release show planned for Sunday, March 12 at Ballard's Hotel Albatross

With his new solo album release, 'Trembling Frames,' singer/songwriter Lincoln Barr takes us behind-the-scenes of his album as he shares his inspirations and background

This week, guitarist Peter Richards of indie rock trio Dude York takes a crack at our questions. His Hardly Art-signed group will release its new John Goodmanson (Sleater-Kinney, Bikini Kill) and Cody Votolato (The Blood Brothers)-produced album, 'Sincerely,' this Friday

"As an artist in Seattle, I pledge that with every bit of my life energy, I will continue to give more music to the world for the purpose of spreading more aloha and, as I sing in the song “First Avenue,” 'reteaching the world to love.'"