Andy Harms catches up with Macklemore and Ryan Lewis; behind the scenes at their headlining show at Bumbershoot.
Andy Harms speaks with bands on tour to get their thoughts on what Seattle means to them; Casey Veggies and Stanaj perform.
Andy Harms hunts for Seattle's best mashups; featuring Will Jordan, Andrew Joslyn, COSMOS and Paris Alexa.
Andy Harms explores the lasting influence of Jimi Hendrix; featuring sets from Jimmy James and Acapulco Lips.
Andy Harms celebrates the secret, under-the-radar spots in Seattle; performances from Colonies at a Belltown speakeasy and Lemolo at the hidden Louisa Boren.
A look at artists who incorporate visuals and electronic elements into their sets; featuring Vox Mod and Neu Yeuth.
Andy explores Seattle's rich literary traditions through a music lens; My Cartoon Heart performs at University of Washington's Suzzallo Library; Nate Sky performs at Fantagraphics Books.
An in-depth look at how the vast outdoor activities in the Pacific Northwest have influenced the sounds from Seattle; sets from Scarlet Parke and Dex Amora.
Andy barhops through the Ballard and Fremont neighborhoods; Naked Giants perform at the Showbox.
Andy Harms goes on a late night adventure through Seattle's nightlife starting in the Capitol Hill and Belltown neighborhoods; guests Sam Lachow and Jonah Bergman.
Andy Harms explores the amazing views from Seattle's rooftops; Nyoka performs at the Thompson hotel; My Goodness performs at Mezcaleria Oaxaca.
Andy Harms goes into Seattle's rich DJ history with Wesley Holmes performing at Kerry Park and DJ Altesse spinning amongst the art at the Olympic Sculpture.
Andy Harms celebrates the tradition of new musicians performing by the Pike Place Market; featuring Romaro Franceswa and Killer Ghost.
Andy Harms, The Fame Riot and Pillar Point find the fun, oddball spots around Seattle.
Andy Harms, Visceral Candy and Raz Simone tour the parks and natural reserves in and around Seattle.
Andy Harms explores the waterfront, islands and beaches among Seattle's landscape; guests Dave B and Fauna Shade.
Andy Harms helps to prove that there's a lot more to Seattle hip-hop than just Macklemore; exclusive performances by Bryn King and Champagne Champagne.
A look at Seattle's many sports teams and events, including the Sounders and the Mariners; performances by electronic musician Robert DeLong and indie rock band The Hollers.
Andy Harms explores Seattle's fashion shops to uncover how music has influenced local and global style (and vice-versa); sets by rock band MASZER; pop-rap artist Ryan Caraveo.
An in-depth look at the city's diverse educational options; exclusive performances by electronic artist Manatee Commune at the University of Washington; dark pop masters Crater at a Seattle trapeze school.
Andy explores the influence Seattle's Asian and Pacific Islander communities have had on the city; exclusive sets from rock band Tangerine; hip-hop artists Khingz and Massiah.
Exploring locations in Seattle made famous by Hollywood in TV & film; performances by Iska Dhaaf at Twede's Café (seen in Twin Peaks) and Ravenna Woods at the SIFF Cinema Egyptian theatre.
A tribute to Seattle's modern music scene -- a mix of hip-hop, soul, R&B and EDM; performances by Allen Stone and Sol.
Andy Harms visits record labels based in Seattle; exclusive performances by Tacocat and Hibou.
The relationship between technology and music; Spekulation performs; Will Jordan performs; an interview with composer Andy Rohrmann.
Seattle's history of supporting talented female artists; Katie Kate at the Seattle Art Museum; Shaprece at The Great Wheel.
Andy Harms enjoys Seattle's food and music; performances by Maiah Manser and Ever So Android; interview with president of Washington State Bartender's Guild Andrew Friedman.
Andy Harms checks out Seattle's impressive live music scene and chronicles the histories of local concert venues; featuring performances by Clemm Rishad and The Young Evils; exclusive interview with Duff McKagan of Guns N' Roses.
Andy Harms tours diverse recording studios in Seattle; an interview with Bob Lovelace from the Seattle Drum School; Jeff Angell, Ayron Jones and the Way perform.
Andy Harms explores Seattle's legacy of launching young musicians and its innovative music programs; The Pink Slips and Caspian perform.
Some of season one's best performances and locations; hosted by Andy Harms.
Andy reveals the natural beauty of Seattle as Rocky Votoloto plays acoustically from a row boat in the middle of Lake Washington.
Seattle duo, Sisters, play the artist loft at the Hotel Max; Bread and Butter perform on the Motif Seattle's rooftop; interview with famed Seattle music photographer, Charles Peterson.
Deep Sea Diver's Jessica Dobson performs; Andy Harms checks out underground Seattle while the Black Whales hold court at Lake Union's historic Gas Works Park.
Brothers From Another performs at the Space Needle; Jason Emmons is at the Nirvana Exhibit at EMP Museum.
Inside the massive Bumbershoot Music and Arts Festival; The Grizzled Mighty perform at Pier 62 on the Seattle Waterfront.
Naomi Wachira plays at the Space Needle; Andy Harms explores a unique exhibit showcasing Seattle's vast art community at Union Stables; Fly Moon Royalty performs.
Indie pop band Hey Marseilles plays Seattle's Chihuly Garden and Glass; Andy Harms gets new ink in Georgetown.
Performances by The Flavr Blue at Century Link Field, Porter Ray at Silver Cloud Hotel, and host Andy Harms catches up with Seahawks DJ DV One.