Posts tagged ‘Triple Door’

July 1, 2013

Record Breaking Temps and Great Local Music [Week of 7/1]

We’re too hot to make clever jokes about how warm it is in Seattle this week. Not that we’re complaining, of course. But if you feel like venturing out into the city once the sun goes down and things cool off a bit, there are plenty of great musical options this week!

7/2 (Tuesday) Friends & Family, Night Cadet, Rin Tin Tiger @ Chop Suey
Eight-piece local pop collective, who recently funded their debut album with Kickstarter.

7/5 (Friday) The West, Us on Roofs, Roaming Herds of Buffalo, Yonder @ Neumos
Seattle-based synth-tastic tunes headlining at Neumos.

7/6 (Saturday) BOAT @ Comet Tavern
The Tacoma-based kings of sloppy-pop bring their quirky, clever melodies to the Emerald City.

7/7 (Sunday) Hannalee, Damien Jurado @ The Triple Door
A local trio with sweet harmonies and a hint of traditional American folk music with a modern twist.

April 1, 2013

Seattle’s Best Concerts – No Joke! [Week of 4/1]

There have been lots of April Fool’s pranks swirling around the interwebs today, but fear not, dear readers. We wouldn’t lead you astray! The following folks are actually scheduled to play in our fair city this week, all joking aside. April is off with a bang!

4/2 (Tuesday) San Cisco @ Neumos
A fresh-faced foursome out of Fremantle, Australia, with catchy his-hers indie-pop melodies.

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February 18, 2013

Best Seattle Shows of the Week [2/18]

Another great mix of old and new favorites are in town this week.







2/19 (Tuesday) – Mrs. Magician @ Barboza
Summery beach-pop hailing from sunny San Diego.

2/19 (Tuesday) – Eels @ The Showbox
Critically acclaimed, lyric-driven indie folk rock.

2/21 (Thursday) – Robb Benson & the Shelk @ Musicquarium
Local indie rock master and former frontman of Dear John Letters and Dept. of Energy.

2/21 (Thursday) – The Icarus Kids @ Barboza
8-bit video game rock superstars.

2/22 (Friday) – Kishi Bashi @ The Crocodile
Singer and multi-instrumental indie pop artist with classical flourishes.

2/23 (Saturday) – Ivan & Alyosha @ The Showbox
Local indie-rock heroes who are easy to love.

January 14, 2013

Seattle’s Best Shows of the Week [Jan. 14]

Welcome back to a new week of great music in the Emerald City! See below for this week’s best shows.





1/14 (Monday) – Chelsea Wolfe @ The Triple Door
Female singer-songwriter from a family of musicians, known for her doom-drenched folk.

1/18 (Friday) – Yo La Tengo @ Easy Street Records (Last Queen Anne In-store EVER)
Bid farewell to the Queen Anne Easy Street location with the popular experimental indie pop group who’s sound ranges from fuzzy alt rock to trancey indie jams and everything in between.

1/18 (Friday) – Two Gallants @ Barboza
Bay Area-based lo-fi indie rock duo that is both melodic and gritty.

1/20 (Sunday) – BellaMaine @ The Crocodile
Poppy folk rock with he/she vocals from Anacortes releasing their new album.

June 14, 2012

Team Up is at it Again: Songs of Summer Tonight at Triple Door

We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: we love music for a cause. When artists use their art form to raise awareness and benefit nonprofit organizations, our hearts nearly burst.

One of Seattle’s fastest growing and most trendy giving organizations, Team Up for Nonprofits, specializes in making such partnerships happen. They identify local worthy causes, and find local amazing artists to throw concerts to raise awareness and funds. It’s a formula that can’t be beat.

Tonight’s show, hosted at the illustrious Triple Door, benefits the Rainier Valley Food Bank. The show boasts a jam-packed lineup that includes Lemolo, Noah Gundersen, Big Sur, Ghosts I’ve Met, Sons of Warren Oates, Hannalee, Brad Loomis, Gabriel Mintz, Steve Norman, Phil O’Sullivan, and Matt and Mike Gervais.

As if the bands weren’t enough to entice you to attend, every ticket sold will provide $240 worth of food to people in need in Rainier Valley. Help your neighbors, hear some tunes, and head to the Triple Door when you get off work.

6/14 Songs of Summer: Lemolo, Noah Gundersen, Big Sur, Ghosts I’ve Met, Sons of Warren Oates, Hannalee, Brad Loomis, Gabriel Mintz, Steve Norman, Phil O’Sullivan, and Matt and Mike Gervais @ the Triple Door :: Doors at 6:00 PM :: Tickets are $30 at the door :: All Ages

January 23, 2011

Get Folksy with Loudon Wainwright III Tonight at The Triple Door

Looking for a chill show to fight those Sunday Blues tonight? Head over to the Triple Door for some cocktails and dinner from Wild Ginger, all the while enjoying the musical stylings of Loudon Wainwright III. You might know him as Rufus Wainwright‘s father, or recognize his music from the 2007 comedy hit “Knocked Up” (see Daughter or our personal favorite, Grey in LA).


1/23 at The Triple Door :: Doors at 5:30 PM :: Tickets $34 at the door :: all ages

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