DARQNESS: A new dance party for QT's of darqer shades. Come and dance with fellow QTPOC in a safer space to the hottest hiphop, r&b, house, dancehall, and latin, provided by Reverend Dollars. 21+/$5 The Entertainment: Reverend Dollars is a Seattle-based DJ/producer whose most recent output, Arson EP, was praised by The Stranger as "a cauldron of peak-time, fast-twitch bass music, blazing with party-igniting exhortations, airhorns, A+ funk samples, and heavy-weight-champ percussion." https://soundcloud.com/reverenddollars The Space: MAXIM is owned and operated by four queer women of color: "We believe Maxim's belong to the community, and we cater to the needs of the community, because we understand that there is no unity without a community. Maxim's is a safe, loving space to socialize, while feeling the positive vibe and healing powers from music and laughter." Accountability statement: DARQNESS is intended as a safer space for queer and trans people of color, organized by QTPOC, as an alternative to queer spaces where our needs, safety, and comfort are not prioritized. Allies and fellow partygoers are asked to aknowledge and respect the QTPOC-centric nature of the space. Please be respectful of fellow partygoers' boundaries or you will be asked to leave. Transportation: On Rainier, near the corner of Rainier and Orcas. Accessible by 7 and 9 busses. Accessibility info: The main floor of Maxim's is wheelchair accessible. The two main bathrooms are up a flight of stairs, but there is a staff bathroom on the ground floor which is available for use by partygoers who cannot climb stairs. All bathrooms will be gender-neutral for this event. Flash photography will be in use for this event. Partygoers are asked to reduce their use of scented products for this event. Please contact for more info: Facebook: Jarreau Greene 425-387-4449 Rodneyjgreene86@gmail.com
Columbia City Theater presents... Purple Mane (Prince and the Revolution Tribute) with guests: Lazer Kitty A Weekend At The Feelies August 21, 2014 8pm door / 8:30 show $8 adv - $10 door http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/779359
TV: Q13 Fox (local) Online: http://shwks.com/4wbt #DreamShowSeattle: http://shwks.com/bxnj Touchdown City opens at 4pm.
For all event details, please visit http://go.up.co/seattle Thanks, Startup Weekend Refund Policy: No refunds will be granted within 7 days of the event if food and drink have already been ordered. Apologies for any inconvenience this may cause. About Startup Weekend: Startup Weekends are 54-hour events designed to provide superior experiential education for technical and non-technical entrepreneurs. Beginning with Friday night pitches and continuing through brainstorming, business plan development, and basic prototype creation, Startup Weekends culminate in Sunday night demos and presentations. Participants create working startups during the event and are able to collaborate with like-minded individuals outside of their daily networks. All teams hear talks by industry leaders and receive valuable feedback from local entrepreneurials. The weekend is centered around action, innovation, and education. Whether you are looking for feedback on a idea, a co-founder, specific skill sets, or a team to help you execute, Startup Weekends are the perfect environment in which to test your idea and take the first steps towards launching your own startup. Terms of Participation Agreement: It is our job to provide you with an incredible networking and learning opportunity. Our intention is that you meet some amazing people that you might actually start a company with, build relationships with coaches, and learn from your peers. The event is intended to be a collaborative forum for sharing, learning, building, and having fun. As such, by registering as a participant, you acknowledge that any ideas shared by you or anyone else over the course of the event are contributions to the overall experience and community. If you as a participant are worried about someone stealing your ideas, please reconsider your participation in the event itself or simply refrain from sharing specifics about your idea. As a member of your startup community, you agree to to be inclusive of any and all people and their ideas. You agree to act professionally, treat everyone with respect, and treat the event facilities with proper care. You agree that you are responsible for any accidents or damages that you cause. You also agree to not hold Startup Weekend, your local volunteer team, or any of the event supporters liable for any loss, damage, injury, or any other unforeseeable incident. By Participating at the event, you grant Startup Weekend permission to capture photo/video of the event. You can find the exact legal terms on our FAQ Page but to summarize, we want to share your success with the world.
We thought it would be a good idea to buy a ton of coconuts, chop the tops off, and fill them with rum and ice. We thought it would be a good idea to bring in a few guest bartenders, say Amanda Reed and Jana Howard, and invest in a small arsenal of paper umbrellas, plastic monkeys and colorful straws. Join us on Thursday, August 21st for a tropical evening of Tiki magic and good times. Grass skirts optional.
All are welcome! This is a FREE safe space event, and participants will read passages on our second Summer theme- "Long" from their journals, emails, letters, and medical documents. Interested in reading at an upcoming session? Email firstname.lastname@example.org This TMI reading will broadcast a week after the event -on Thursday August 28th at 8pm- readers have the option of sharing their work on the air! The choice is yours! Bring your friends and blankets! http://tmi-hrtlnd.tumblr.com/
KEXP & Seattle Weekly presents: Tag 2.0 Thursday Aug 21st Chop Suey THE CONCEPT: 5 artists, 1 set. It's a social experiment of sorts. Each artist's set must blend into the next. So, the first artist's last song must segue into the next artist's first song. And so on... with only 1 rehearsal during soundcheck! The concept presents a challenge for the artists b/c I try to place artists next to each other that may never play together and might sound very different. The artists must collaborate and that's where things get interesting! THE LINEUP: *Lovecitylove *Gozer (KILLER blues rock duo that can't use their real name b/c of prior commitments) *Blake Lewis *Hightek Lowlives *Aaron Daniel ON SALE NOW (Only $10) Get em: http://www.strangertickets.com/events/16493810/tag-20-a-marco-collins-experiment
The creators of the hit mobile game “Sparkle Dungeon 5: Assassins Of Glitter” are celebrating their latest success with a wild costume party for artists, agitators and hackers. But in the condo next door, a Senate campaign fundraiser is coming to town, attracting politicos, CEOs and media celebrities. As the two events spill out onto neighboring balconies, can an unlikely romance succeed in the midst of steadily increasing mayhem? A screwball comedy from the playwright of “Duel of the Linguist Mages” and “A Mouse Who Knows Me.” CAST Whisper Andy Buffelen Sophie Evelyn DeHais Morning Bell/Tad Zane Exactly Brick/Mayor Mike Gilson Monica/Jordon Arika Gloud Violet Laura Hanson Cameron Drew Highlands Gridstation Justin Ison Annalise Katherine Karaus Cody Tadd Morgan Gabby/Emily Pilar O'Connell Lonso Jason Sharp Cordelia/Cynthia Jessica Stepka DJ Luscious/Chief Raymond L. Williams CREW Playwright/Director Scotto Moore Stage Manager Maureen Webb Lighting Designer Carolina Johnson Set & Prop Designer Robin Macartney Sound Designer Kyle Thompson Costume Designer Cami Funk Production Manager Katie McKellar Technical Director Ian Johnston August 1-30 Thurs-Sat at 8pm | Mon, Aug 11 industry night All Thurs PWYC $20 general/$18 advance tickets $12 senior, military, TPS / $5 student
TJMAX http://debaclerecords.bandcamp.com/album/wrong-to-run CONTACT CULT (PDX) http://soundcloud.com/contact-cult BANKIE PHONES https://soundcloud.com/bankiephonesmortalkombat3 DJ. MR SNATCHES (BRANDON IVERS)
On Saturday, August 9, 2014, Raymond Wilford was maced by a Westlake Center security guard while walking to the mall. The guard had been called in to address a shirtless white man who was harassing a group of pro-Palestine demonstrators. Photographer Alex Garland captured the event with his camera and shared his photos and video online. A few days later, the story was picked up by local media before getting the attention of national press. Garland's video is a new entry in the canon of citizen reporting on racial violence ignored or skewed by mainstream media. It arrives alongside live streams from Ferguson, Missouri, and resonates with the on the ground struggles in Gaza that the demonstrators at Westlake were supporting when the security guard maced Wilford. Join us for a community discussion about what happened at Westlake, and what we can do as a community beyond recognizing events like these as unjust. Led by Charles Mudede, Christa Bell, Ijeoma Oluo, Pramila Jayapal and moderated by Reverend Harriet G. Walden. Alex Garland will be present to speak about his experience documenting the event. RSVP to claim your free seat here: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/e/838601
Our popular late night party #SAMRemix returns August 22nd - this time we'll get down at the Olympic Sculpture Park! Tickets: http://bit.ly/1jgbTsG 18+ event. Hashtag: #SAMRemix Some of the night's activities: DJ Utopia gets you in the groove. KEXP’s DJ Sharlese spins so you can dance all night under the stars. Bobbi Rich brings the online variety show Hangin Tuff to Remix, featuring local bandsDuke Evers and Gazebos, and dance performances by Hypernova. With watercolors, poses found in Northwest School paintings, and live models with extravagant beards, artist Wayne Bund, teaches you to depict beards on paper. The Northwest Film Forum curates a series of short films in relation to Modernism in the Pacific Northwest. Visiting from Japan, IMERUAT (meaning “flash of light”) performs their unique mix of progressive compositions and traditional Ainu music as the sun begins to set. Experience the park in new and unexpected ways with My Favorite Things: Highly Opinionated Tours led by artists, community figures, and special guests: Lead Pencil Studio, art & architecture collaborative with Annie Han and Daniel Mihalyo Forest Eckley, designer and co-founder of Glasswing Shop Elizabeth Spavento, curator of ALL RISE, a series of performances and temporary installations at City Light’s future Denny Substation this summer. Kat Larson, cross-disciplinary artist Cynthia Updegrave, University of Washington Botanist Bring Sol Lewitt’s Seven Cubes off the wall of the PACCAR Pavilion. The first 50 wearing exactly seven cubes as part of their attire get in for FREE! SAM is proud to have AIA Seattle, ARCADE, ArtXchange, French-American Chamber of Commerce, Northeastern University - Seattle, Out for Sustainability, Seattle Arts and Cultural Events, Space.City, Seattle Emerging Museum Professionals, Seattle Fun Events, Seattle Works, Young Professionals International Network, Urban ArtWorks, and Young Professionals Network as our August 2014 Remix cohosts.
Ian Bell's Brown Derby Series is pleased to present it's latest "Ridiculously Staged Reading": 1984's puppet-driven, teen-horror classic "GREMLINS"! <> 3 NIGHTS ONLY: August 21st, 22nd, 23rd @ Re-bar, 1114 Howell St. <> SHOW @ 8:00 p.m. (Doors @ 7:00 p.m.) <> $20 cash @ Door, Day of Show, Ages 21 & up w/ ID <> NO RESERVATIONS TAKEN, ARRIVE EARLY FOR THE BEST SEATS! Featuring the adorable-yet-demonic talents of: Andrew Tasakos, Cory Nealy, Jackie Hell, Josh Hartvigson, Lance Park, Lisa Sanphillippo, Shane Wahlund, Spencer Thorson, Todd LaTodd, Ian Bell, AND MANY MORE! Teenager Billy Pelzer’s father just gave him an early Christmas present: an exotic, adorable pet “Mogwai” named Gizmo. To care for the little guy all Billy must do is follow 3 IMPORTANT RULES: “Don’t get him wet, keep him out of bright light, and NEVER feed him after midnight!”...but aren't rules are meant to be broken?
**PASSAGE** Local Love Sessions In Appreciation of Seattle DJs Episode One Guest DJ: Erin O'Connor (TCHP, Rebel Disco Alliance) Passage Resident DJs aka **3 Brothers Deep**: Jaymz Nylon DJ/Producer (Nylon Trax - Brooklyn NY | Passage - Seattle) Joey Webb (HouseMen SF | Passage - Seattle) Vagabond Superstar (Gruv Mechanix | Passage - Seattle) House Music...Deep, Soulful and Authentic 9pm-2am /$5.00 cover [21+ to kick it] Kremwerk 1809 Minor Ave., Seattle, WA. Seattle, WA 98122
August 22-23, 2014 Hyatt Regency Bellevue Bellevue, WA www.3dprinterworldexpo.com
This is a very special old school set by God Module with support by PDX's Product! DJ SAVAK DJ Omega Brain DJ Seraphim
This month at Best Damn Happy Hour Underdog is hosting Cornhole! Grab a partner and come enjoy a little friendly competition with one of our favorite one handed sports! Not only will Underdog be giving away prizes as usual and you can also win tickets to Chihuly Garden and Glass, EMP, Pacific Science Center, and Key Arena! Indy's - this is for all of you! Whether your league is up and running, about to begin, or you've just finished and are contemplating your next sport, come on out and have a drink with us! Friends and co-workers are welcome! PLUS we'll be raffling off sweet Underdog swag and Mariners Tickets More details about the great drink specials and delicious food available here: http://www.seattlecenter.com/happyhour/
Panther Attack!: http://pantherattack.bandcamp.com/ X Suns: http://xsuns.bandcamp.com/ Party Store: http://partystore.bandcamp.com/ Pacific Rim $7 Cover/21+
The Crocodile & ReignCity Present: Blackalicious + Black Stax + Justis + DJ Seabefore 8:00PM | All Ages | $18 Adv. Tickets & Info: www.reigncity.com It's one thing to make enduring records, another still to work with luminaries in multiple fields. Another thing still to treat the rhyme not only as a piece of poetry, but to play with the aesthetics of language in ways that represent the voice as a unique instrument in and of itself. Blackalicious do all of these things, and as evidenced by the reissue of 1993's Melodica, they have been doing these things for years. Originally released exclusively on cassette, Melodica is being reissued digitally for the first time. It's a vital document of the group's progression towards their eventual position as lords of the West Coast Underground, Gift of Gab twisting his words with aplomb, his lyrics more carefree than his later work. Chief Xcel's beats, meanwhile, tread the same funky, lighthearted waters as many of his left-field contemporaries, but everything on Melodica is coated in a murky scuzz that, somewhat conversely to logic, could place the EP alongside much of today's weird, lo-fi hip-hop. As an added treat, Melodica contains "Changes," an unreleased cut produced in part by one DJ Shadow, who joins forces withBlackalicious producer Chief Xcel to offer dusty drum loops and subtle, textured samples that would offer a glimpse into much of Shadow's later work. In an era where hip-hop devolves into half-baked facsimile with alarming regularity, Melodica serves as a reminder that the true school will always triumph over the bullshit.
A NORTHWEST PREMIERE! ReAct is honored to present the local premiere of this recent Broadway hit, TIME STANDS STILL, Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Donald Margulies's extraordinary play centered around a female war photographer who returns home after surviving a roadside bomb blast abroad. You dare not miss this timely new American masterpiece about what's important in our lives and the choices we make. Directed by David Hsieh Starring John Bianchi, Maria Knox, Mona Leach, and Brian Pucheu Stage Managed by Rachel Rene Sound Designed by Andrew Chin More info at http://www.reacttheatre.org/box.html#Timestandsstill
We're bringin' it back - 50% off Zildjian Company, 2 for 1 sticks, Rebates, Giveaways, and Fun!
It'll be fun. I promise. w/ Tobias the Owl
featuring Amy Denio / Randall Dunn / Stephen Fandrich / Beth Fleenor / Trey Gunn / Alex Guy The Frank Agency and Nonsequitur have joined forces to present People. Make. Awesome. — a three-part series of pairings rooted in sound curated by Beth Fleenor. The August performance will feature three sonic duo pairings, to be announced at the event. A night of stellar, highly individualistic artists, given opportunity to communicate freely. Each duo set will be improvised. This rare line-up promises a boundlessly dynamic event. Give people a place to make awesome, and they will. Additional People. Make. Awesome. pairings featuring sound, dance, and moving image are scheduled for November 13 & December 11. August Artists: Amy Denio (reeds, voice, accordion) Randall Dunn (synth, prepared piano) Stephen Fandrich (piano, voice) Beth Fleenor (clarinets, voice, electronics) Trey Gunn (touch guitar) Alex Guy (viola, voice) More info: http://www.waywardmusic.org/event/people-make-awesome/
Seating opens at 6:30 pm, followed by cirque entertainment by The Cabiri, trivia for prizes, activities and The Little Mermaid on the big screen at dusk. Food trucks: Kettle Corn, Caramia's Sweetie Treaties, Wicked Pies, Raney Brothers BBQ, Contigo. Please see about section for additional information.
yuh. Thursday, August 21 ஐSobering (Dallas)ஐ industrial noise/power electronix vibes https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8oaqObr8l1I ஐLorenzo Abattoir (Italy)ஐ HNW to avant garde sound collages https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iH8gN9CMy0k ஐForrest Friendsஐ fur weirdos http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3irgL2kxE_I ஐ#titsஐ dual 6-string feedback squall http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XaL7URGhBv4 ஐStruggle Sessionஐ Seattle via TX - HNW http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z_AcgNzTZf4 ஐTokulஐ blackened drone metull dewds http://tokul.bandcamp.com/ @ the Josephine. 608 nw 65th st. yuh.