Soundgarden

Exclusive Music Premiere: Devils Hunt Me Down - "I Am That I Am"

Video of Devils Hunt Me Down - I Am That I Am Devils Hunt Me Down announces In Medias Res : an epic tale composed of three separate four-song EPs to be released throughout 2017. “I Am That I Am” is the first single—exploring authenticity and self-realization over a canvas of dirty grooves—available...
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Soundgarden Inspired St. Vincent Movie

Soundgarden’s 1994 “Black Hole Sun” is probably one of the band’s most popular songs, and let’s be real: It’s a classic. For effect, let’s have a listen below, shall we?Now that we got that out of our system, let’s talk St. Vincent AKA Annie Clark. The singer-songwriter directed a segment of XX, a...
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Loud and Local Playlist for Sunday January 22nd, 2017

Witchburn – Warning to the Weak Year Of The Cobra – Vision Of Three Moneta – The Jackal & The Lion Moneta – All My Fault Compass & Knife – The Setting Of The Old Sun Wyatt Olney And The Wreckage – Off The Wagon Wyatt Olney and The Wreckage – Phantoms Wyatt Olney and the Wreckage – Save Me...
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New Blood: Soundgarden

SubPop announced today that they'll be releasing a remixed deluxe edition of Soundgarden's 1988 album Ultramega OK. Soundgarden was never happy with the original mix of Ultramega OK and see this as a "correction." After the band got the original multi-track tapes back in 2016 they put Jack Endino...
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New Blood: Halestorm

Halestorm just announced the release of their 3rd covers EP since 2011. You can check out the 1st song from it, Whitesnake's "Still of the Night" now. Video of Halestorm – Still of The Night (Whitesnake Cover) [Official Audio] In addition to "Still of the Night" ReAniMate 3.0 features: Sophie B...
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Temple of the Dog - Paramount Theatre - 11.20.16

Temple of the Dog - Paramount Theatre Seattle - 11.20.16 Photos - "Iron" Mike Savoia - www.Facebook.com/SavoiaPhotographyLive
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Rock Blog: The Top 8 Albums From 1991

Take yourself back 25 years. No matter where you were, no matter what you were doing, 1991 provided a soundtrack to your life. That, of course, is provided you were alive and consuming music back then. The biggest impact on music was the death of the Sunset Strip and the birth of Seattle, or as the...
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Migs Blog: The Flannel Years

Yesterday I had a complete blast on my podcast, as I had a friend join us to chat about a cool photo exhibit she is doing. If you are a fan of the music that put Seattle on the map, I am certain you will want to check this out. Many years ago, when I worked at 107.7 The End, Karen Mason Blair was...
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