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Bumbershoot 2018: Day 3 Recap

Bumbershoot 2018: Day 3 Recap

September 17, 2018 - (0) comments - Featured, Reviews

The days are noticeably shorter, our lungs are no longer breathing in forest fire smoke, some of our favorite trails are closed because people are murdering ducks. All of this can mean only one thing…it’s Bumbershoot time. That’s right, although […]

Bumbershoot 2018: Day 1 Recap

Bumbershoot 2018: Day 1 Recap

September 13, 2018 - (0) comments - Featured, Reviews

Bumbershoot had some big names this year. I unfortunately got a late start to my day. However, it did not prevent me from obtaining a last minute interview with the up and coming artist, Xie. The rest of the first […]

Olivia Millerschin Charms The Emerald City

Olivia Millerschin Charms The Emerald City

May 07, 2018 - (0) comments - Reviews

It’s crazy to think that the first time I interviewed Olivia Millerschin, she was in high school and I had only just started Lemonade Magazine. I knew back then that I was listening to something pretty special and that opinion […]

Phoebe Ryan Hits Up Seattle’s Barboza

Phoebe Ryan Hits Up Seattle’s Barboza

November 22, 2017 - (0) comments - Featured

I spent so many nights blacked out at Seattle’s Barboza, that this may have been the first and only time sober at the famed Capitol Hill music venue to catch the rising star, Phoebe Ryan. The decorum reminded me a little […]

Vera Blue & Jacob Banks Takeover The Crocodile

Vera Blue & Jacob Banks Takeover The Crocodile

November 10, 2017 - (0) comments - Featured

One Tuesday, November 7th, Jess and I embarked on a trip to the Belltown neighborhood of Seattle to catch Australian singer/songwriter Vera Blue and London-native crooner Jacob Banks at The Crocodile. Now, we were just at the famed music venue about […]

BAUM Invades Seattle’s Lo-Fi

BAUM Invades Seattle’s Lo-Fi

November 01, 2017 - (0) comments - Featured

A disco ball hangs from the ceiling that reminds me of a time when dance was what drove the music scene. Looking around Lo-Fi in South Lake Union neighborhood of Seattle, it smelled of cheap whiskey and embodied what would […]

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