Martin Douglas explores the astral soundscapes of the Seattle duo's fifth full-length.
The Portland quartet returns with another stellar set of art-damaged dance music. Martin Douglas takes a look.
The multitalented Seattle artist walks Martin Douglas through their fantastic new solo album.
Martin Douglas chronicles a bummer summer while listening to the Seattle beatmaker's debut instrumental collection on repeat.
Martin Douglas explores what he refers to as "a moving history of the Microphones" within Phil Elverum's latest full-length project.
Nearly a decade removed from being courted by mainstream music media, the Tacoma rap trio continues to utilize what brought them to the mosh pit. Martin Douglas explores.
Martin Douglas examines one of the most beloved artifacts from Detroit's much ballyhooed early-'00s garage-rock scene.
On a special Friday edition of Throwaway Style, Martin Douglas explores the new album from the Seattle grunge (not "neo-grunge") trio.
Martin Douglas is bringing you coverage from Treefort Music Festival, taking place live from Boise through Sunday.
Martin Douglas takes a look at the modern garage-punk classic and gets a few words from frontman Lars Finberg about the album.
The Seattle/Tacoma/Portland band's first full-length is a cauldron pot of love, sex, death, and distorted guitars. Martin Douglas investigates.
Martin Douglas combs the contours of the New York skateboarder-turned-rapper's excellent full-length debut.
The new single from the Portland quartet is a peppy tune about how death eventually comes for us all. Martin Douglas explores.
One of Seattle's brightest singer/songwriters pens an anxious tune about our current cultural moment. Martin Douglas explores.
Music is more often than not the soundtrack to – and relief from – some of the hardest moments in our lives. Martin Douglas describes how listening to Grouper got him through a very tough decade.
Veterans of the Seattle rock 'n roll circuit, the reigning and defending Rock 'n Roll Champs invite Martin Douglas to their practice space for a peek into their world of blood, sweat, and beers.
This past Sunday evening, the legendary Tacoma band The Sonics played their first hometown show in six years. Martin Douglas explores their influence from the perspective of his twenty years as a Tacoma resident.
Since taking over the column in March, Martin Douglas has carried on the tradition of making our Northwest music column appointment reading on Thursdays. Here is a collection of choice selections from the past nine months.
Treefort Music Fest returns to Boise, ID from Wednesday, March 20 to Sunday, March 24th with over 400 acts. Martin Douglas highlights ten artists you do not want to miss.
Hibou returns with a new album (out July 26th), a new single, and a short interview with Martin Douglas about both.