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It wasnt long after Alan Sparhawk and Mimi Parker formed Low and started releasing albums that they began to be described as slowcore.
Singer-songwriter Neko Case will play in Anchorage on her birthday, Sept. 8, at Bear Tooth Theatrepub.
Strangled Darlings, a duo from Portland, will perform at Tap Root Public House in Anchorage this Saturday, Aug. 8.
I've been trying to bring my performance to unusual places, Portland singer-songwriter Nick Jaina remarked. He'll perform at Tap Root Public House Saturday, July 18.
Oklahoma folk-rock musician Samantha Crain says she doesn't write "protest songs," but she's definitely not afraid to stir things up.
The Head and the Heart finally makes its Anchorage debut years after other indie bands touted Alaska's charms.
Slow Magic is known as a master of the "glo-fi" genre, creating mysterious and mellow soundscapes with a crisp, frosty edge. He'll perform an all-ages show Friday at The Fiesta Room in Anchorage.
Anchorage Community Works, a public multi-use art and work space along Ship Creek Avenue, hosted its Grand Opening party featuring popular local bands on Friday to a semi-satisfied crowd.
Friday is the day all those Nic Cage, John Cusack fans have been awaiting -- the release of Alaska-filmed thriller "The Frozen Ground," but if you're anywhere but Wasilla, you'll have to commute.
What's going on with the Alaska State Fair? Nothing but a whole lot of awesome, from Ferris wheels to Foreigner. Giant vegetables, and more food than you can shake a stick at.
Will Alaska-filmed serial killer flick "The Frozen Ground" show up in theaters in the city where it was shot? Or will Anchorage miss out on this latest red carpet opportunity?
This weekend in Alaska will be a prime time to get outside and enjoy the tail end of summer. Try the Kenai Peninsula Fair, the Trapper Creek Music and Arts Festival, the Dog Daze of Summer Block Party or the Greek Festival. Staying indoors? Catch a show with Of A Revolution or Young Fang.
This weekend in Alaska: Red Stone Sinners, Slaughter Daughters, salmonchantment, rescued sea life, blueberries, First Friday and more!
The four members of Anchorage band Historian sit down and talk history, hardship, "doom-wop" and the upcoming release of their newest album, "Romance."
This weekend in Alaska is going to a prime time to get outside and enjoy fun events, festivals and lots of music in Cordova, Sitka, Anchorage and Wrangell, or indoor activities in Talkeetna, Fairbanks, North Pole, Girdwood and more.