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By MIKEL TOOMBS Remember He Is We, the onetime Tacoma-livin’ and then MySpace-driven pop duo? (Remember MySpace?) Well, He Is We is no longer around, but singer-songwriter Rachel Taylor is, having survived both Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and, as she was diagnosed two years ago at age 21, the rare autoimmune disease Ankylosing Spondylitis (the […]
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New York disco-pop revivalists Holy Ghost! made a stop at Showbox SoDo Tuesday, April 12, the very day their self-titled debut album hit stores. Sharing the stage was Cut Copy, a synth-pop band from Melbourne, Australia. The new album “Holy Ghost!” includes 10 infectious, driving songs, featuring guest performances by Luke Jenner (The Rapture), Penguin […]
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It’s just hours away: A massive assault on KeyArena by ’80s electro-pop band Depeche Mode. Read a recent review of the group’s Lollapalooza performance in Rolling Stone magazine. Here’s another story from a Florida newpaper site. And here’s a video of “Wrong” from YouTube. Tickets start at $57.50 for Monday’s 8 p.m. concert. You can […]
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