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March 21, 2014 at 9:06 AM

Everett natives, the Moondoggies, to headline Fishermans Village Music Festival

The Moondoggies will headline the Everett Fishermans Village Music Festival.

The Moondoggies will headline the Everett Fishermans Village Music Festival.

Members of the Moondoggies often wear homemade shirts that read “Everett (expletive) kickers” as an homage to their hometown. Now the band will get a chance to perform in front of its hometown fans when it headlines the Everett Fishermans Village Music Festival along with Gardens and Villa, La Luz, Rose Windows  and others.

The festival takes place May 16-17 on the downtown Everett waterfront. Tickets are $55 and are good for admission to both days.

The full lineup:

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July 22, 2013 at 4:29 PM

Block Party countdown Q&A: Rose Windows, ‘insufferable psychedelic garbage’

Rose Windows, Nils Peterson, second from left, and Rabia Quazi, center (photo by Alison Scarpulla, courtesy Sub Pop records).

Rose Windows, Nils Peterson, second from left, and Rabia Quazi, center (photo by Alison Scarpulla, courtesy Sub Pop records).

By Joseph Sutton-Holcomb

It would be easy to write off Rose Windows as a just another example of Seattle’s affection for neo-folk music, but relegating them to that category is too simplistic. While the band has down-home harmonies that could go mano-a-mano with the Fleet Foxes, you can also hear in their music echos of The Band, Joni Mitchell, The Decemberists and Jefferson Airplane.  Their debut LP, “The Sun Dogs” came out June 25 on Sub Pop. Singer Rabia Quazi and guitarist Nils Peterson gave us their thoughts on passing out at Block Party, their new record and “insufferable psychedelic garbage.”

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