Wednesday, March 12, 2014

musicquarium must see ~ spyn reset

Pursuing the "Electronic ProgRock" sound, Spyn Reset combines vocoded synth and keyboards, with heavy guitar and a 6 string bass blended with rock drums and polyrhythmic percussion. Spyn Reset sounds like electronic music with fast and catchy dance grooves textured in dense arrangements played by four live virtuosic musicians.

YASU - Rhodes Piano, Moog Synth, Vocoder
Evan McPherson - Bass, Guitar
Pierson Martin - Drums
Thomas Whiteside IV - Percussion, Vibes

Be prepared for a genre-bending experience with Spyn Reset LIVE on Saturday, March 15th, at 9PM in the Musicquarium {21+} no cover

Wednesday, March 5, 2014

March Mix Madness in the Musicquarium


You be the judge!

New Cocktails Each Week!
March 3rd - 9th :: Vodka, Smirnoff
March 10th - 16th :: Gin, Tanqueray
March 17th - March 23rd :: Whiskey, Bushmills
March 24th - 30th :: Tequila, Hornitos
March 31st :: winning bartender announced

Rotating cocktails available during the month of March for $8 each

Top 4 winning cocktails will be featured on The Triple Door’s Summer menu 

Drink and enter to win weekly prizes!
March 3rd – 9th: Pick-A-Show from the Showbox

March 10th – 16th: Guest passes to EMP Museum

March 17th – 23rd: $50 gift card to Wild Ginger 

March 24th – 30th: 2 Pairs of Golden Tickets to The Triple Door

Come in any day of the week and try each concoction created, especially for you, by our 8 crafty competing bartenders: Alex, Taylor, Emily, Stella, Andy, Joe, Bret and Teresa!

Tuesday, February 18, 2014

mainstage must see ~ Tony Furtado with Lydia Ramsey

Called a genius on the banjo and slide guitar, Tony Furtado creates his own musical interpretations - a hybrid of Americana and indie-rock. Since living primarily on the road for the last two decades, his songs gregariously share stories of his travels in engaging musicianship.

American singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, Lydia Ramsey, conveys the wildness and free nature of the great northwest in her songs steeped in fingerpick-guitar rudiments of folk music.

See Tony Furtado with Lydia Ramsey on Friday, February 21st, at 8PM at The Triple Door. 

Wednesday, February 12, 2014

musicquarium must see ~ ranger & the "re-arrangers"

Seattle gypsy band Ranger and the "Re-Arrangers" evoke the spirit of a Paris cafe and the raucous energy of a Gypsy campsite with their unique twist on gypsy jazz. Their tight rhythm section features a hand drummer, giving the music a bouncy swing and accentuating the joyful interplay between the two soloists. The band's repertoire includes swing standards, traditional Gypsy melodies, the music of Django and Grappelli, Brazilian chorus, and Ranger's unique originals.  Have a listen here>>

See the Rangers and the "Re-Arrangers" during Happy Hour on Fridays, starting at February 14, at 5PM in the Musicquarium. NO COVER {21+} 

Tuesday, February 4, 2014

mainstage must see ~ habib koité

Malian guitarist Habib Koité is one of Africa's most popular and recognized musicians. Inheriting his passion for music from his paternal grandfather who played the kamele n'goni - a traditional four-stringed instrument associated with hunters from the Wassolou region in Mali, Habib Kiote takes a unique approach to playing guitar. He tunes his instrument to the pentatonic scale and plays on open strings as one would on a kamele n'goni. At other times Habib plays music that sounds closer to the blues or flamenco with a restrained and intimate singing style that varies cadenced rhythms and melodies. 

91.3 KBCS Welcomes Habib Koité on February 6, for TWO SHOWS, 7:30PM and 10:00PM {21+} $25 advance/$30 day of show ::: tickets here>>

Friday, January 24, 2014

Seahawks vs. Those Other Guys

We'll be showing the big game on our giant 16' screen in the theater on February 2, doors open at 3PM! The game will be shown in the Theatre (all ages) AND in the Musicquarium Lounge (21+) with a full menu & full bar available.

No cover charge. Space is limited, RSVP your seat today!
call 206.838.4333 or email

Have a large party you'd like to guarantee a space for? Host a private event, overlooking the game, in our private suites!

For more information and to reserve:
call 206.838.4312 or email:

Tuesday, January 21, 2014

mainstage must see ~ Kim Virant & Gerald Collier

In the early nineties, Kim Virant's charismatic vocals echoed through Seattle's music scene as her band, Lazy Susan, routinely sold out shows on the rock venue circuit.

Over the past 20 years, Kim has taken a musical journey transforming her from rock band frontwoman to singer/songwriter focusing on an alternative-country/rootsy guitar-based sound.

Meanwhile, a similar journey was unfolding for the Best Kissers in the World's vocalist/guitarist, Gerald Collier. In 1995, with the disbanding of rock band Best Kissers in the World, Gerald Collier ventured on his musical path solo refashioning himself as an alternative country singer songwriter. 

Kim Virant, joined by Seattle-based songster Gerald Collier, will perform live on Saturday, January 25, at 8 PM at The Triple Door. Tickets available here>>