Sub Pop en Seattle Rocks: The Conversation Takes A Look At Seattle Music <p>Seattle music is more than just grunge. The city is the birth place to a diverse scene and an eclectic group of musicians. From jazz to rap to indie to funk, Seattle has nurtured generations of bands and musicians. <em>The Conversation </em>explores the many sounds of the city’s musical history from Seattleite turned rock star, Duff McKagan, to current chart-toppers Macklemore &amp; Ryan Lewis.</p><p> Tue, 20 Aug 2013 13:00:00 +0000 The Conversation With Ross Reynolds 17669 at Seattle Rocks: The Conversation Takes A Look At Seattle Music Rep. Adam Smith, Intiman Theatre, Sub Pop Turns 25 <p></p><p><strong>Rep. Adam Smith</strong><br>WA-09 Congressman Adam Smith joins us to talk about the battle over immigration in the House of Representatives, American aid to Egypt and new calls to close Guantanamo Bay.<br><br><strong>Art Of Our City: Seattle’s Intiman Theatre</strong><br>This month Seattle’s Intiman Theatre launches its second year as a leaner and meaner summer festival.&nbsp; Intiman needs to entice audiences and funders to its four-play festival. Artistic Director Andrew Russell hopes more comedy and more sharp political commentary will help bring them in the door.&nbsp; The theater company’s future depends on it.<br><br><strong>Sub Pop Turns 25</strong><br>Once upon a time, Seattle’s Sub Pop Records was a brassy upstart label. This weekend the company celebrates its 25th anniversary. How has the company that put Seattle on the music world’s map changed over a quarter of a century? We’ll ask co-founder Jonathan Poneman.</p><p> Thu, 11 Jul 2013 15:08:33 +0000 Weekday 16484 at Sub Pop Records: Going Out Of Business Since 1988! <p>Sub Pop Records may have started small but the label has always made a big impression. Sup Pop, which began as a fanzine and evolved into a record label in the late 1980s, is considered the epicenter of the grunge movement. Megan Jasper, vice president at Sub Pop, gives Ross Reynolds a tour of the office.</p><p> Mon, 10 Jun 2013 14:00:44 +0000 Jenna Montgomery & Ross Reynolds 4350 at Sub Pop Records: Going Out Of Business Since 1988! A Conversation With Mudhoney's Mark Arm <p></p><p><span style="line-height: 1.5;">Mark Arm and Steve Turner founded </span>Mudhoney<span style="line-height: 1.5;">&nbsp;years before the national music press catapulted Seattle onto the national stage. Their 1988 debut single, “Touch Me I’m Sick,” was the first major hit for Sub Pop Records. While they’ve also had careers outside of music-making, the band has remained together for more than 25 years, continuing to record and go on tour. We talk with singer and guitarist Mark Arm about </span>Mudhoney’s<span style="line-height: 1.5;"> latest album, <a href="">"Vanishing Point</a>."</span></p><p> Fri, 12 Apr 2013 22:19:24 +0000 Weekday with Steve Scher 11296 at A Conversation With Mudhoney's Mark Arm