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Decibel Festival 2012: A Wrap-Up

Decibel Festival 2012: A Wrap-Up

Decibel Festival in Seattle has been running since 2003 bringing a diverse roster of electronic musicians, sound sculptors, and visual artists.

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Decibel Festival Returns for Its 9th Year of Cutting-Edge Music

Decibel Festival Returns for Its 9th Year of Cutting-Edge Music

Decibel Festival in Seattle is once again gearing up to bring the West Coast the most riveting faces in contemporary music and digital media.

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Live Review: Night Slugs Showcase at Baltic Room

Live Review: Night Slugs Showcase at Baltic Room

Last night at the Baltic Room, Seattle got a taste of the Night Slugs label with DJ sets from Kingdom, Girl Unit and Bok Bok. The sold out party was packed with plenty of excited people

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Live Review: Decibel Opening Party

Live Review: Decibel Opening Party

Greetings from Seattle! I’m out here covering a few showcases for Decibel and hope you look forward to reading my reviews. Last night I went to their opening party at Re:bar

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Beer Review: Elysian Dragonstooth Stout

Beer Review: Elysian Dragonstooth Stout

As some of you may know, I also write for the Pulse blog and this week I’ve made it out to Seattle to write about the West Coast’s most up and coming electronic music festival, Decibel. It’s been a while since I’ve traveled and I’m…

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Preview: 2011 Decibel Festival

Preview: 2011 Decibel Festival

While electronic music scenes in the West Coast were late to bloom in comparison to their Midwest and European counterparts, areas such as LA and SF have seen a resurgence of interest and passion in reviving this part of our culture.

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Real Life Superheroes

Real Life Superheroes

Looks like Seattle has a bunch of do-gooders guys who dress up in costume and fancy themselves superheroes dishing out vigilante justice. Wow. As one of my friends describes it, “Lame, real-life Watchmen?”

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