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

Jah Wobble Sweetens the PiL

The Legendary Bassist Dubbed Up Post-Punk Classic Metal Box and More at the Triple Door

A Major EDM Club Opens on Minor Avenue

VICE Seattle Promises Michelin Star Nightlife Action

Comedy Jul 15 4:00 PM

Don't Sleep on Stand-up Comedian Joe Pera

Meet the Master of Ambient Comedy

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Music Jul 5 11:30 AM

Mabe Fratti's Cello-Powered Art-Pop and La Paire D'Or's Sci-Fi Synth Epic

The Best New Music to Hit My Inbox This Week

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Music Jun 25 12:00 PM

Winston Hightower's Slanted Lo-Fi Wizardry and Horse Lords' Saharan Freak Rock

The Best New Music to Hit My Inbox This Week

Music Jun 21 10:30 AM

Music for Movies of the Mind

Library-Music and Soundtrack Maestro Sean Wolcott Thrives in Niche Styles

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Music Jun 7 11:52 AM

J.R.C.G.'s Angsty Funk Anthem and Louis Cole's Celestial Symphonic Jazz

The Best New Music to Hit My Inbox This Week

Music May 24 9:00 AM

Instrumental Health

Midpak Bring Precocious Skills and Charisma to Seattle's Funk Scene

Music May 22 4:45 PM

Mysterious Aussie Band Glass Beams Conquer Seattle

The Band Didn’t Say a Single Word during Their Sold-Out Show; the Music Was More than Enough to Inspire Devotion