[Playlist] – The Capitol Hill Block Party Electronic Music Guide
The 2015 Capitol Hill Block Party Playlist
Each year the Capitol Hill Block Party, held in Seattle Washington, shuts down one of the busiest streets in Capitol Hill to turn the neighborhood into the place to be for good music, food, and drink. This annual event is one of the cities best displays of world class music talent from a spectrum of genres. With a lineup fine tuned to bring a diverse yet cultured selection of artists to Seattle, there really is something for everyone at the CHBP. This year the lineup boasts RATATAT, TV On The Radio, The Kills, and Father John Misty, as some of the primary headliners, but look past these big names and you will see some real gems of the alternative or indie electronic world.
Kodak To Graph, Daktyl, Giraffage, Com Truise, and The Kite String Tangle will all be performing at CHBP this year bringing with them some of the most innovative and forward thinking music in all of electronic music. The Capitol Hill Block Party has consistently shown over the past years that they support the alternative electronic styles bringing artists such as Slow Magic and XXYYXX to last years event, and this year they have out done themselves with a stellar lineup that rivals the selection of alternative artists brought to Sasquatch. Below you can find a selection of music from some of this years electronic artists packaged up nicely into one Spotify playlist. This year’s CHBP is not one to sleep on. Tickets are still available in the form of 3 day passes and single day tickets. There is a full schedule available too so you can find which days the artists that interest you are playing. You can find ticket and event info via the links below.
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