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Event Archive - Cafe Vita, The Stanger, 90.3 KEXP, Sealed With a Kiss Present;: The Dead Weather, Blue Scholars, Harlem, Dutchess and the Duke, Cynic, Fresh Espresso, Victor Shade, Truckasauras, Villagers, Flexions, Mad Rad

Sun. July 25th 2010 Neumos Seattle Washington (No Minors)
12 pm
$23 adv
Tickets at: thestranger.com
All Ages, Bars with ID

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The Dead Weather, Blue Scholars, Harlem, Dutchess and the Duke

In unabashedly conspicuous celebration of 14 years of independent music and culture, the Block Party has added a THIRD Day! After 13 years of being a two day festival, community support and tremendous talent opportunities initiated the addition of a 3rd day, Sunday July 25th. Discounted: $60 three-day passes on sale Friday May 21st. Discounted... more info

Cynic (Prog Metal/Rock/Fusion)

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Cynic is an American progressive rock band — incorporating experimental music, alternative, metal and jazz fusion elements — founded in Miami, Florida, and currently based in Los Angeles, California. Their first album, Focus, released on September 14, 1993, is widely regarded as a landmark release of the progressive metal genre. Cynic disbanded... more info

Fresh Espresso

"Fresh Espresso's approach is tight, fresh, and referntial all at once... Perfecting a formula that's equal parts brilliant and crazy." Ma'Chell Duma LaVassar (SEATTLE WEEKLY) "Rik's saucy, art-damaged gentleman flow is savage over Smoov's afterparty bounce, and P himself is a nice complement on the vocals; it's rugged but breezy smooth, ex... more info

Truckasauras

Maybe it’s there hilarious video production during their live shows (Chuck Norris spitting up beer, over and over again? hilarious) or the fact that they seem to enjoy themselves so damn much on stage, or the fact that they’ve named themselves after a 100 foot tall truck-eating robot - The Stranger more info

Mad Rad

God bless the kids in Mad Rad! These phenomenal freaks have hooks so sick they need life support. Looking like Spank Rock's white trash hipster children and sounding like the sizzling hot moans of a Scissor Sisters/Mickey Avalon orgy, Terry Radjaw, Buffalo Madonna, P Smoov and Darwin make up a glamified ghettotech crew that epitomizes the phrase "d... more info