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Seattle-Based Band COSMOS Guides Us Through Their City

Their album 'Moonshine' is out now.
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COSMOS have been gaining attention lately for their unique style and sound, integrating elements of today's electronic scene with hip hop, and live-instrumental work. They've recently dropped their album Moonshine, and their work has quickly captured the ears of blogs like Discobelle and radio-stations like KEXP. 

We admittedly don't know a lot about Seattle, so we decided to sit down with the talented musicians hot off their record, to learn more about their city in our new Seattle guide! 

Food Spots:

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Campana - Burger Boss (shoutout White Center):

Nice cooked and convenient burger, close to the crib. They know me and know that I always come thru wanting the Cowboy burger, so they toss it on the grill as soon as they see me pull up. It’s glorious. I’m tryna get sponsored. - 9061 Delridge Way SW, Seattle, WA 98106

Manteloupe - La Fondita:

A COSMOS Favorite; collectively, we eat here about 4 out of 7 days of the week. Cheapest burritos on the block. That authenticity too, though. - 9811 15th Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98106

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Pants - The Masonry

The meatballs are the best in town and their beer selection is always changing and never lets me down -20 Roy St, Seattle, WA 98109

Meno - Normandy Park AleHouse:

I love the Alehouse because it’s right within my hometown neighborhood & it has a phenomenal happy hour with great food - 19803 1st Avenue South Suite 104, Normandy Park, WA 98148

Places to Kick It:

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Campana - Cal Anderson Park

It’s just a super dope central spot right in the middle of Cap Hill that’s tight to hang during nice sunny days. Especially during block party weekend; grab some beer, light some dro, and figure out how to finesse your way into the festival for free. Anything is possible at Cal Anderson. - 1635 11th Ave, Seattle, WA 98122

ALL: The Crocodile

Just a cool spot to check out the latest touring acts coming to seattle and local acts! Also, FIRE ass pizza. Some of the best wood fired in town. Love when we play shows here and get free pizza/drink tickets. Usually fulfills our whole week. - 2200 2nd Ave, Seattle, WA 98121

Pants - Discovery Park

I grew up near there, it's where my friends would always meet up during high school to smoke weed, hang, and explore the huge area - 3801 Discovery Park Blvd, Seattle, WA 98199

Manteloupe - Lincoln Park:

The beach is nice and has a good view of vashon island. I grew up playing on the zip line over there, so it's kind of nostalgic; especially nice on a sunny day, when seeing people and their children and dogs enjoy the scene - 8011 Fauntleroy Way SW, Seattle, WA 98136

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Meno - Alki Beach:

Alki is usually one of the better places to soak up the sun in Southwest Seattle - 1702 Alki Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98116

Daniel Leong - Phinney Ridge:

I like it because it's a calm neighborhood, full of cafes and gift shops of all sorts. It's always fun to take walks down to the zoo, or to grab a bite to eat at red mill

Favorite Strains to grab at the dispensary:

Campana - Bay Dream

Meno - Snoop’s Dream

Pants - Blue Dream

…..you can tell we’re dreamers 

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