by | September 5, 2015
There's something for everyone at Seattle's diverse jamboree.
The indie band takes on the Seattle festival with a quirky live set.
Kathleen Hannah and co. dust off an old fave.
The Portland quartet bounces through a propulsive indie-rock charmer.
An eclectic sonic delight from Seattle's hometown jazz heroes.
The jazz-rock fusionists show off some serious chops, live.
Fan of Florence + the Machine? Check out this Seattle trio now.
The electronic wizard gets the crowd swaying with this live performance.
Seattle's own treat us to a lively festival performance.
Seattle-based instrumental space rockers Kinski surprise a hometown Capitol Hill Block Party crowd with a rare treat.
Watch as the pulsating, instrumental space rock of Kinski's "Drink Up and Be Somebody" sends Capitol Hill Block Party revelers into interstellar overdrive.
With just guitar and bass, the duo craft insanely catchy ditties.
Watch the LA duo live in Seattle.
Watch the iconic indie rockers perform a classic from Seattle.