The Showbox Market is an iconic Seattle venue, built all the way back in 1916, and hosting music events as a designated dancehall since 1939. The venue’s remarkable run could be coming to a close, as plans have been submitted to the city of Seattle
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Recently, the DMNW Team was approached by BlissX, a nootropic company with a product promising to be “the most potent mood elevating compound available without prescription.” Nootropics, “smart drugs,” and “brain hacking” are huge buzzwords right now, especially in Silicon Valley and on Wall Street.
Behind the scenes of Seattle's most innovative, exciting new nightlife concept in years
Seattle has no shortage of great nightclubs, but you shouldn’t be blamed for thinking the nightlife scene could use a little shaking up. Vue Luxury Lounge, Chuck Wang’s newest nightlife destination concept, wants to shake things up, and transcend being “just a nightclub.” Vue is
Q Nightclub has been a home away from home in Seattle for anyone looking for amazing music off the beaten path of pop EDM. Nowhere has that been more evident than Studio 4/4, Q’s weekly devoted to the best house music fans could possibly ask
"Upper Left’s JOULE was easily one of the best parties I have been to in my years in Seattle."
Here at Dance Music Northwest, we’ve long been supporters of Upper Left’s mission. It’s one that promotes pushing the boundaries of music in our local scene, and by encouraging only the most positive vibes from fans. From the Dirtybird BBQ last year to Pet Cemetery
Seattle's premier nightclub gets a global perspective
Would you leave your home and family behind to head to another country and ensure constantly great parties for the people of a foreign city? If not, you may want to say an extra “thank you” to Pat Maher, the man largely responsible for Foundation’s
How two electronic pioneers are rewriting the book on EDM
Dance music is a scene that’s seen an insane amount of growth in just the last two years. Internationally, it’s seen the proliferation of festivals, the rise of big name DJs, and a general air among industry buffs that the bubble is about to burst.