Tag Archives: Neumos

Music Spotlight: Viper Creek Club

The other day I made a post about Mad Rad’s remixed song “The Youth Die Young” featuring Viper Creek Club, but that was actually my first time hearing about VCC. I decided to check out their stuff and what I found was really no surprise. Mat and Brandon are a two-piece indie/electro duo out of Seattle. They’re currently unsigned, but these guys are so talented that I feel like that change could happen at any time. They will also be playing at the Mad Rad release show at Neumos next week. Unfortunately, it’s 21+ sorry young ones! The song of the day is “Eliza.” I’ve had it on repeat since yesterday. The beginning of this song sounds like the theme from the UK version of Skins also. Enjoy!

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Out on the Town: 11/6

On Saturday, one of my favorite bands Two Door Cinema Club, my new favorite Generationals and Funeral Party will be performing at Neumos!

- All Ages

- Doors at 8PM

- ADV tickets – $13

If you’re looking for a dance party, this will be the place to find it. It doesn’t matter if you’ve heard their stuff before or not – it is bound to be an amazing show!

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Out on the Town: 11/5

It is a weekend of non-stop shows so I’m not going to leave any of them out! Friday night, Andrew Belle will be playing a set at Neumos with Tyrone Wells and Crown Point.

- All Ages

- Doors 7PM

- Tickets:$16 ADV

This is going to be a fantastic show. I’ve been a huge fan of Andrew’s for quite some time now. If you need a comparison, I would say he is most similar to Isaac Slade of  The Fray and Gavin DeGraw. Check him out!

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Patty Murray Throws A Show!

Patty Murray is hosting a free show for her campaign at Neumos on Nov 1. doors opening at 7PM. Even though it’s free, she’d still like for you to RSVP.

Performances by:

Presidents of the United States of America • John Roderick • Sera Cahoone • Tomo Nakayama of Grand Hallway • Say Hi (solo) • The Young Evils (acoustic) • Joshua Morrison • Eric Anderson of Cataldo •Â Alex Robert of Black Whales

Also MC’ing will be Luke Burbank of Too Beautiful To Live.

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Out on the Town: 10/14

Phantogram @ Neumos w/ Josiah Wolf and Anomie Belle

Doors at 7PM

Advanced tickets – $15

21+

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Out on the Town: 10/13

Holy Fuck w/ Indian Jewelry and ClipD Beaks

Doors at 8PM

21+

Tickets: $13 advanced – at doors probably a little more.

Neumos

GO SEE HOLY F. They are incredible live.

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Out on the Town: 7/17

Brite Futures formerly known as Natalie Portman’s Shaved Head will be performing at Neumos tonight for the “Drink for the Kids” finale show benefiting the Vera Project. The band will perform alongside Sap’n and Motopony.

Only $14 and all ages. You should go! It’s for a good cause. If you don’t, you’re a jerk. So eat all your food at the Bite and then go dance your ass off at Neumos.

Doors are at 8:00

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Out on the Town: 7/15

My favorite Seattle band Kay Kay and His Weathered Underground is playing a show tonight w/ Pigeonhead and Let’s Get Lost at Neumos in Capitol Hill!

Doors at 8 PM

$12 advanced tickets – at the door? … I don’t know

21+

More info at Neumos

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Let’s Talk Shows: Reviews

Last weekend, I had the chance to see a private performance from Minus the Bear at the Vera Project because they were promoting the Pepsi Refresh Everything Project. I didn’t get a chance to talk about the show in a previous post because I was so pumped about meeting Suchin Pak though! My bad, sowwy!

It’s been a few years since I last saw them perform. The first time I saw them, I was w/ my best friend at Neumos on a school night. Reckless behavior. Before they got on stage, they set up plush white tigers on top of the speakers to set the mood. I can’t remember  if they were promoting Planet of Ice or if it was the album before. I do, however, remember attending  a laser show for Planet of Ice to preview the whole CD before it came out in the summer of 2007. Minus the Bear didn’t need the tigers at their recent performance though.  Since I saw them last, their sound has matured and so did they naturally. They have come a long way since Pachuca Sunrise, which is still one of my favorite songs.  There is more structure and cohesiveness apparent throughout their entire new CD Omni. For Planet of Ice, we heard bionic and futuristic sounds that different from their previous two albums. With Omni, each part within a song – intro, chorus, bridge is emphasized. They’ve also upped their game in terms of performance. This past week, they performed on Jimmy Kimmel and I couldn’t be more proud of them.

Along with a show review, I guess I’ll give you a CD review too.

Best songs:

  • My Time
  • Summer Angel
  • The Thief
  • Into the Mirror feat. Rachel Flotard of Visqueen

Portugal. The Man

Way to exceed my expectations this past Friday! It had been three years since I last saw them and even back then I had decided that they were one of the best performers I had ever seen. Not much has changed. They have been blowing up all year performing at some of the biggest names in music festivals including this year’s Coachella, Sasquatch, and Bonnaroo. They began their entrance with a thick fog emerging off the stage and into the crowd. It wasn’t long before the lasers appeared, which really got the crowd excited. [myself included]  They performed tracks from their 2010 album American Ghetto as well as last year’s The Satanic Satanist and even songs from when I first started listening to them nearly four years ago.

Portugal. The Man – Thanks for reminding me of what I have been missing from my life.

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Out on the Town: 6/24

Portugal. The Man – how I have missed you…

Portugal. The Man, The Builders and the Butchers, and Morning Teleportation will be performing at Neumos this Friday. Doors are at 8 PM – Advance tickets $15 – All ages.

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Noise For the Needy

I didn’t want to leave any festival out! I realize this is coming up pretty quickly, but I was re-reminded of Noise For the Needy today when I walked past Neumos and The Album Leaf on this poster caught my eye. While Noise For the Needy is no Bumbershoot or Capitol Hill Block Party there is no reason why we shouldn’t recognize it as a festival.

Here’s what you need to know: They are are a non-profit organization that supports a charity every year and hopes to raise both awareness and funds through performances by both local and mainstream acts. This year they will feature about 60 acts from June 9-13 for Teen Feed.

I used to work at a non-profit a few years back that hosted teen feeds and I cannot even begin to tell you what kind of impact it has had on the local community. There are many teenagers that aren’t as fortunate as we are and one meal can go a long way. Everyone deserves to be fed.

For more information on this event please click here

Bands you definitely don’t want to miss: The Album Leaf, The Maldives, Visqueen, and Tiny Vipers

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Out on the Town: 5/15

If you’re not going to be at Quadstock tomorrow, don’t fret. You still have a chance to see Freelance Whales, Shout Out Louds, and The Franks at Neumos!!

If you’re a Seattle University student, there’s no excuse for you not to be at Quadstock. But if you’re not a student, do whatever the hell you want and go to Neumos because it’s 21+

Doors are at 8PM

I don’t know how much tickets cost…go to the Neumos website.

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Out on the Town: 2/4

Haiti Relief Benefit Concert @ Neumos

If the hip hop scene is more your thing than soft, pretty, French music then you should come out to Neumos to catch Common Market, my friend’s band Dyno Jamz (all the way from UW!) and SOL. The show will be full of energy plus the proceeds are going to a good cause. Do something good for your community! er… the world.

Doors are at 7 PM

$10 ticket advance $12 at the door.

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Out on the Town: 2/13

Lonely Valentiners:

Have I got the event for you…

Dan Savage, famous columnist, of The Stranger is an expert on love. This Valentine’s Day, we won’t be celebrating it though. If you are single, a divorcee, or have just gotten out of a nasty breakup, Dan wants you to truck on down to Neumos to vent about this relationship and completely get OVER it, with his help of course.

“Wedding rings, china, sex toys: bring your memento to Neumos on Saturday, February 13, tell your sad story to the cheering mob—they’ll be cheering for you!—and then I will personally destroy your memento for you live onstage in a heart-mending ritual that will help you heal and move past your heartbreak. You will love again!”

As a bonus, by coming to the Valentine’s Day bash, you will receive a a Cupcake Royale Deathcake! If you don’t go home with a date after this event, at least you have something better :)

Doors are at 8. Mingle until the show at 9:30. $6 Advance Tickets and $8 at the door.

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