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November 10, 2013 at 12:20 AM

Barsuk 15th anniversary series rumbles on with The Long Winters | Concert Review

The four-day celebration of Barsuk Record’s 15th anniversary continued Friday at the Neptune Theatre with another sold-out showcase of some of the best artists in the label’s history.

Barsuk might be a “teenager” but most of the bands (and their fans) are looking a little grayer these day. It was John Roderick, lead singer of the headlining Long Winters, who summed things up on stage.

“I’m a 45-year-old man in skinny-ass jeans,” Roderick said. “I can do what I want.”


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November 7, 2013 at 4:33 PM

Barsuk Records celebrates 15 years | Festival preview

Seattle’s Barsuk Records, which specializes in peppy, smart pop music with a focus on songwriting (Postal Service, Ben Gibbard, The Long Winters), is in the middle of celebrating its 15th anniversary all over town this weekend, with a slew of concerts that, unfortunately, are mostly sold out. You never know when a ticket might turn up,…


Comments | More in Festivals, Rock/Pop | Topics: Barsuk Records, David Bazan, Festival Preview