Music

(Photo courtesy Sarey Savy)

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Meet the queer White Center teen determined to be the first Cambodian American to make a mark on the music biz.

206 Zulu founder King Khazm. The organization is celebrating its 10-year anniversary this weekend.

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Seattle hip hop icon King Khazm is ringing in ten years of globally connected hip hop in the 206. #ZuluNation

Macklemore & Ryan Lewis perform in San Francisco on their 2013 tour. (Photo by Amanda Rhoades / SF Foghorn)

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With a fresh batch of Grammy gold under their belts, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis might catch their Seattle fans reminiscing about the days when...

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Last Friday, local and international artists from the De Cajón Project took over the Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute with performances celebrating the fusion of African...

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Yuna Zarai shares her inspiration for making music and her singular, Malaysian-infused style. She performs in Seattle this Tuesday at The Crocodile. Yuna Zarai’s sophomore...

Still from a Sham MC's video by Egyptian director Yassin Gabriel.

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The Sham MC's have refused to let war in their country dash their dreams of hip-hop stardom. I first met Syrian hip-hop group Sham MC's...

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The talent pool of Asian American performers in the Northwest is deep. But the organizers of Kollaboration Seattle say making it to the national...

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Read-a-thon time! Seattle's up-and-coming-est Renaissance woman shares her top 5 summer books. Hollis Wong-Wear is in heavy rotation across the nation these days. She sings...

Roy as a representative of Shining Jazzy Chorus in last year's Hong Kong Pride Parade.

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A gay men's chorus in China is breaking down social barriers, with a little help from The Seattle Men's Chorus. Imagine you had a secret...

Nurtured by the Seattle scene, R&B singer JusMoni has come into her own, and is ready to lift up a new generation of local music...

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From Jamaica to Venezuela to Wales, there's a slew of international acts coming to town in April and May. Whether you're craving vintage grooves from...

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Radio is the world's most widespread medium–over 70% of the world has access. With new low-power licenses being released locally this year, you can...

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Dreary winter days getting you down? The only prescription is more cowbell (…or guitar…or synthesizers) courtesy of some great bands from across the pond. You...

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The first few times my Seattle-based band went to Vancouver, Canada to play D.I.Y. gigs, the city felt perfect. Apparently, our B.C. buds enjoyed non-stop kick-ass...

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As a mixed race, Filipina, 2nd generation immigrant, Black, round, queer, 1st generation college student, daughter of farm workers from a military family, it...

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Over the past few years, I've had the good fortune of documenting and being to able to do some deep hanging out with the...

Memes mocking Russian President Vladimir Putin, like this one on a sign in Moscow, are reminiscent of parodies of US politicians. (Photo by Sarah Stuteville)

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The music is defiant, the bartenders studiously inattentive and the balaclavas sequined. If it weren’t for the smell of grilled onions wafting in from the...

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Singapore mixes Asia's most expensive drink  When a club dangles a one-karat diamond as a "garnish" on a drink, you know they're taking lavish excess...

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The iconic hats, the intricately embroidered suits and vibrant, boisterous music; sure it sounds and looks just like traditional mariachi music. But one, all-female...

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This week in drunk news: Man kills 70,000 chickens in Maryland and a North Korean man floats south Drunk men all over the world are...

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It could have been Olympia. [youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iTryFXoDEqo]Audio/Visual Postcard by Jessica Partnow, Sarah Stuteville and Alex Stonehill Zombie Fest could have taken place in a sunny mountain...