Nada Rosa

March 16, 2022

Nada Rosa is an otherworldly audio/visual experience and band led by artist, filmmaker, and performer, Brandi Diaz. A blend of psychedelic rock and soul that takes roots in latin rhythms, ’60s-inspired garage, and surf, Nada Rosa delivers a spiritual and interdisciplinary dreamscape that fuses elements of ecstatic dance during performances to bring sonic layers to […]

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Miller McNay/Captain Gravel

January 28, 2022

Captain Gravel began their musical experiment in 2004 as a bluegrass band. One-microphone, suit wearing acoustic music. This format served them well for several years. Slowly over time the members of the band would be replaced and the sound would shift to a point where Captain Gravel no longer became recognizable to those formerly familiar […]

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Kaliane Van

May 10, 2021

Kaliane Van (They/Them, She/Her) (pronounced: Call-Lee-Anne) has a penchant for conducting catchy chaos and a predilection for alliteration and synthesized syntax. They have lived 24 years around the sun, and do so to the beat of their own drum. As a self-taught multi-instrumentalist who studied audio technology through Fairhaven College at Western Washington University, they […]

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Kitty Junk

May 4, 2021

Building upon Seattle’s history of bringing gritty, underground rock music to the surface, local female duo Kitty Junk is leaving their mark with the unique brand they call “junk rock.” Kitty Junk throws glam on top of grunge and brings a feminist perspective to hard rock. They are both educators and musicians in the local […]

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Tekla Waterfield

July 29, 2019

Seattle based singer/songwriter Tekla Waterfield lives in the wide-open realm of Rock music, incorporating elements of folk, country, indie, rhythm and blues, and soul creating an eclectic, wide-ranging sound. Tekla partnered with collaborator and husband, Jeff Fielder (Mark Lanegan, Amy Ray) to produce her 2018 release, The Curtain Falls, which garnered critical acclaim, radio play, […]

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Jim Page

September 13, 2018

Jim Page was born in California in 1949 and grew up in the heyday of the San Francisco Bay Area in the 1960’s. The political and social awareness of those times was a part of all artistic expression and it has stayed that way in Jim’s music ever since. Jim arrived in Seattle, where he […]

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Rik Wright

September 13, 2018

Rik Wright is a true musical chameleon, adapting to a wide spectrum of influences. Listeners will discern a jazz foundation, a solid infrastructure of rock, and binding it all a voice so original that it cannot be called either. As one who grew up with Jeff Beck on one shoulder and Jim Hall on the […]

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Rulon Brown

September 12, 2018

Rulon Brown is a musician and visual artist who creates for stage, gallery and new media. Rulon’s recent work includes a avant-rock CD; a solo album made while traveling North and Central America; multi-media and art installation inspired by the RESTLESS American Dream; an art puzzle with each piece embedded with hidden music and film; […]

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Ota-Prota

September 12, 2018

Ota-Prota is a Seattle-based band. Artist Support Program 1998 : Recorded Blues for the Splitting Atom, their self-titled EP

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Kinski

September 12, 2018

Kinski is a four-piece rock band from Seattle, WA. The band follows their instincts to explore pathways from visceral guitar rock, to sonic and heady avant-psych rock, and sparse, atmosphere-bending instrumentals. NME has described Kinski as: “Like Sabbath in a washing machine during a power surge.” Comprised of guitarists Chris Martin and Matthew Reid-Schwartz (Matthew […]

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