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Subterranean Sensation
Written by Larry Reid | Filed under staffrockPeter BaggeFantagraphics BookstoreeventsDaniel ClowesCharles Burns 17 Jul 2013 4:29 PM

If you had the misfortune of missing the Sub Pop Silver Jubilee in Georgetown last Saturday, you can still catch some action at Fantagraphics BookstoreAll City Coffee, and the Sub Pop Mega Mart

SODA_installation

The seminal years of the legendary Seattle label remain on view in SODA POP: Super Sugar Big Buzz at Fantagraphics Bookstore, where you'll find early works by Peter BaggeCharles Burns, Lynda Barry Daniel Clowes, and other important artists creating the Sub Pop aesthetic.

Peterson_Installation

Next door at All City Coffee is the companion exhibition CP25/SP25, featuring 25 arresting mages by famed photographer Charles Peterson commemorating 25 years of the Sub Pop phenomenon.  Don't miss the last weekend of the Sub Pop Mega Mart, scheduled to close their temporary quarters across the street on Sunday. This Friday, June 19 get a groove on with an in-store DJ set by Shabazz Palaces

Janice_Needle

And in case you somehow missed it, here's a Charles Peterson picture of our own Janice Headley during Mudhoney's unprecedented set on the top of the Space Needle last Thursday as she snaps a picture of Peterson and Fantagraphics curator Larry Reid as they buzzed the pit in a helicopter at the end of the show.  Awesome inadequately describes the moment.