Music for More than Marmots

Music for More than Marmots

Solar-powered and ready for its second year, Marmot Fest has a sound for every ear
Marmots apparently like music festivals.

Ceaseless Rocker

Rich Robinson continues to create an impressive output even with the Black Crowes on hiatus
When a band sinks into the murky, vague waters of an "indefinite hiatus," it's easy to imagine the members putting on sweatpants and taking the time to finally binge-watch that show they're way behind on.

Slow It Down

The Antlers' career is blazing forward, but their songs continue to deepen in spaciousness and melancholy
For a band that's been dependably depressing for five straight years, the Antlers finally seem ready to come to terms with their sadness.

Primal Nation

Kithkin is providing the soundtrack for a conscientious generation looking to get in touch with their wild side
Watching Kithkin on stage is like walking through the woods and stumbling on a pack of wild beasts dancing around a sacrificial piece of meat by firelight — there's pounding drums, clapping and screams and squawking.

Take the Ride

The regional music festivals worth packing up and driving to
Yes, weather can be fickle in the Pacific Northwest, but when our most reliable season rolls around, you have to take advantage and revel in the experience of communing over live music on a warm night, rain or not.

Nothing But A Number

Cherry Glazerr wants listeners to forget about their age and focus on the music
With an average age of 19, the members of Los Angeles garage-rock trio Cherry Glazerr understand their youth is an interesting selling point.

Gone Solo, Not Soft

After three decades of Melvins records, Buzz Osborne makes an awesome album by himself
After 31 years, you'd think King Buzzo would stop answering the phone.

Hard Life

For Blitzen Trapper, it may not be raining money, but the open road is still theirs for the taking
Eric Earley seems a bit blue.

It Takes Two

As just a duo, Black Cobra makes a sound fit for an army
From the very first millisecond of the very first track of every Black Cobra record, the band is breathing fire.

Stepping Up

Spokane's own Kayla Erb is taking her rapping game to the big time with dnk.
She's pint-sized and pale, with long, sun-kissed hair and a quiet sensibility, yet Kayla Erb is the larger-than-life rapper for the Nashville pop/hip-hop act dnk.

A Decade Strong

Time to gear up for yet another music festival, with one of Elkfest's most anticipated lineups ever
Perhaps you're all festivaled out.

Turning Up Volume

Thousands turn out for the Inlander's two-day music festival


Why one man hasn't taken off his Volume wristband since last year's event
A retired city planner and music promoter, Dale Strom's favorite pastime is going out and seeing live music.

Whoa is Him

Seattle rapper Grieves still has a voice, and it's only going to get bigger
Benjamin "Grieves" Laub was terrified when he first saw his pink, fleshy vocal cords last week on a big screen.

Moving on Up

After years spent trying to get big, Christian rockers We as Human finally return home
Gorgeous Sandpoint, Idaho, has a lot going for it.

Sasquatch! Hunting

The artists you have no business missing — if you have a ticket to the three-day music festival
After the 2013 festival set a record by selling out in less than 90 minutes, Sasquatch!


Recent Comments

  • Re: Turning Up Volume

    • Why no labels on the photos? Who is who???

    • on June 27, 2014
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    • Nice article! see ya' there tonight!

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