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Robot Princess celebrates release of single 'Claudia' at Cake Shop on 9.15

New York indie rock outfit Robot Princess have just released a brand new single entitled “Claudia”, which takes its name from The Baby-Sitters Club character. Despite their lighthearted approach, the band was formed out of singer and guitarist Beau Alessi’s desire to express himself seriously through songwriting while living in Maine after college. The track relies on the heavy use of metaphors to convey the widely shared unhappiness that comes with living with a partner who is probably not right for you. While the song maintains a heavy guitar driven sound, its catchy verses and choruses establish a bouncy pop vibe. The four-piece will be celebrating the release of their new track at Cake Shop on September 15th! - John Honan





Krust Toons: "Stop" by Teddy Hazard

Krust Toons: "Stop" by Teddy Hazard - please feel free to drop him a line at teddandthehazards@gmail.com if you dig or have any funny ideas. You can also check out more of his illustrations and animation shorts HERE.

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Lina Tullgren plays the Middle East tonight (09.06)

Lina Tullgren is a New England-based singer-songwriter who composes raw and intimate music that seeks to find the balance between light and darkness. Tullgren’s latest EP Wishlist is a charming blend of honest folk and indie rock tunes that feature only Tullgren’s mellow, dreamy vocals and lightly strummed guitars. The album was influenced by her childhood growing up among many New England-based musicians and artists. On “Older” Tullgren sings in a hushed toned about wishing she didn’t have to grow older when its all she wanted as a kid. The track employs a minimalist style using only layered vocals and slow, dreamy guitars similar to Julien Baker. Lina Tullgren will be playing the Ian Sweet LP release show at the Middle East on September 6th! - John Honan





PAC NW Keeping the Festival Season Going

 As if the last couple weeks haven't been enough of a clusterfuck in the way of music festivals, tomorrow brings yet another to add to the list of attendance. This time around, it's a collaboration between three bar venues downtown and Lagunitas Brewing.

PAC NW Fest features 15 bands spread out across Dante's, Ash Street Saloon and Kelly's Olympian, all in one Saturday night. 

Catch what is sure to be a rowdy final performance from Foxy Lemon's drummer Zach Boggis as they headline the bill at Kelly's Olympian. Supporting them will be Bubble Cats, the Hoons, Keeper Keeper and Internal State. That side room at Kelly's is sure to reach capacity.

Over at Dante's, you'll find Seattle's Moon Darling, Willow House, Arlo Indigo and Just Lions opening up for King Who, the new moniker for the trippy synth pop group Us Lights.

Dark pop rock lovers Skull Diver will be closing out the night at Ash Street Saloon with their psychedelic visuals and ethereal vocals. Febian Perez's post-Bike Thief project Eclisse will also take the stage, along with Rader, Young Hunter and Salo Panto.

All shows start at 7 p.m. Wristbands for all three venues are available for $12 adv, $15 door with single show tickets being $8. Wristbands can be picked up tomorrow at Ash Street Saloon only. Purchase wristbands here. Enjoy!





Beau Wanzer

Beau Wanzer released the first single from his forthcoming LP, Untitled LP II, this week. The album is set to be released via his imprint, BW, on October 31st. This is a collection of archival recordings of mutilated sounds and beats.

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