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Dec
2-24

War on Christmas 2022 @ Theatre Off Jackson

Take a vacation from Seattle’s Christmas Industrial Complex 🎄

Beabadoobee @ The Moore Theatre

The queen who does it all 👑

The artist, Beabadoobee, poses in a city street in a black halterneck shirt
Nov
21
Too Late — You Missed It!

November 21 8pm

What does it feel like to mix heavy metalsoft acoustics, and electropop? Well, I don’t know either, but Beabadoobee makes it work. 

The music made by Beatrice Kristi Laus, aka “Beabadoobee,” a Filipino-British singer-songwriter with a stage name that sounds like a jazz adlib, is a blessing to all. Her artist tag originated from her finsta (fake insta), mistakenly believing that nobody would listen to her music. Her first guitar song, “Coffee,” became a radio hit and exploded on TikTok (where you’ve probably heard the remix with Powfu).

“Coffee” sounds like fall had a theme song, and it was my first intro to her. The muted guitar, angelic voice, repetitive chords, and catchy chorus proved to be a successful combination, and it’s my go-to song this November, with at least 5.2% of the Spotify plays being me. 

In the past, her music seemed to swing between bedroom pop, punk-rock, alternative indie, and even folk. But with her new album Beatopia, she’s able to blend all the genres together to produce a sound that’s true to the finsta name. Tickets are bound to sell out soon, so buy quickly.

 

📸: Beabadoobee

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Nathan is a recent UW graduate and a connoisseur of instant Vietnamese coffee—the same brand for six years. ("G7 3-in-1" to be exact!!!) He is currently a volunteer book reviewer for The International Examiner and a dog dad to Willow, the world's most animated terrier.

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