Dave Segal

Dave Segal

Dave Segal is a journalist and DJ living in Seattle. He has been writing about music since 1983. His stuff has appeared in Gale Research’s literary criticism series of reference books, Creem (when it was in decline), Alternative Press (when it was ascendant), XLR8R, Jazz Times, and a slew of alternative weekly newspapers scattered across America. He also DJs weird, obscure records under the name Veins. He probably won’t honor your requests.

Recent Articles

Books Mar 7 2:03 PM

Steve Turner Dishes the Dirt in Mud Ride

A History of Grunge in the Form of a Memoir by Mudhoney's Guitarist

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Music Mar 2 3:34 PM

Mudhoney's Existential Rock and Suarasama's Sumatran Sonic Seduction

The Best New Music to Hit My Inbox This Week

Comedy Feb 23 12:00 PM

Dave Chappelle Repellent

Seattle Comic Andy Iwancio's Hard Trans EP Humanizes With Humor

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Music Feb 16 1:20 PM

Sexmob's Miles Davis-esque Funk and Who Is She?'s Bezos-Bashing Bop

The Best New Music to Hit My Inbox This Week

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Music Feb 2 3:07 PM

Maiden Voyage Brings Japan's Listening Bar Experience to Seattle

Jason Justice and Justin Cayou Are Spreading the Communal Joy of Hearing Music in High Fidelity

Music Jan 30 2:21 PM

Farewell, ESG, and Thanks for All the Fun(k)

This Weekend the Legendary Group Played Their First—and Last—Seattle Show

Music Jan 12 11:30 AM

Throwing Darts at the Top of the Charts

Cranky Dude Rates Billboard's #1 Songs of 2022

Music Jan 5 1:08 PM

After 20 Years, Lo-Fi Performance Gallery Faces Closure

The Seattle Club Has Been a Crucial Incubator of DJ Nights and Live Music