Martin Douglas speaks with the rising Tacoma-raised artist about rap music, art, and his promising career.
Martin Douglas interviews the label manager of one of the Canada's most important independent labels.
Martin Douglas explores the Sub Pop-issued full-lengths of the gifted Central District wordsmith.
Martin Douglas catches a stunning set by the Mississippi blues artist as his Treefort coverage continues.
Martin Douglas reaches out to a handful of Throwaway Style alumni about how COVID-19 is affecting their lives personally and artistically.
Martin Douglas tells the story of how three rock ‘n roll bands from Japan became influential American touchstones.
Martin Douglas revisits the California garage rocker's 2010 "anti-masterpiece."
Martin Douglas' Treefort coverage continues with an astounding set by the Seattle producer.
Are you looking to bluff your way through a conversation about one of Puerto Rico's preeminent contemporary songwriting talents? Martin Douglas has you covered.
How does a child musician turned punk journeyman become one of the most talented and sought after hip-hop producers in Seattle? Martin Douglas investigates.
Martin Douglas speaks to the Chastity Belt frontwoman about her very personal solo debut Perfect Version.
Martin Douglas handpicks a few acts you should definitely see at this weekend's midsummer music extravaganza.
Martin Douglas speaks to three-fourths of the power-pop band about their new album Ever Loving.
Martin Douglas speaks to the superstar bassist about friendship, loss, and his new album It Is What It Is.
The Seattle band's newest single is a heaving bout with COVID-induced paranoia. Martin Douglas explores.
Martin Douglas' Treefort coverage continues with two stellar Northwest bands and a travel-sized pack of cold medicine.
The rising, Portland-based hip-hop producer lets Martin Douglas in on his golden era influences, his process, and the banger that put him on the map.
Two decades after their breakup, Martin Douglas explores the history of the influential South Sound punk band through their music.
Martin Douglas reevaluates the British Columbia band's sterling debut album.
Throwaway Style returns as Martin Douglas explores the Seattle band's recent high-concept full-length.