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Photo Set: Django Django @ Neumos

by on June 9th, 2018 | No Comments »

Jason Murray – Django Django are a “psychedelic electric rock band” from Britain that’s touring on its recently released album, Marble Skies. With a sound that’s not exactly like anything I’d heard before, I jumped at the chance to make them them the subjects of my first photo set for

Photo Set: Judas Priest @ ShoWare Center

by on June 2nd, 2018 | No Comments »

Travis Trautt – I was so stoked about this chance to see one of my childhood heroes that I didn’t even mind having to drive down to Kent, where Judas Priest was performing at ShoWare Center A nondescript conference-center looking facility 19.8 miles south of Seattle’s city limits that quite honestly seemed a little small for the band that gave us British Steel. The drive flew by..

Ascending to Space: La Luz Live @ The Crocodile

by on May 26th, 2018 | No Comments »

Rachel Bennett – Earlier this month La Luz returned to Seattle to debut their third album, Floating Features, released May 11 on local label Hardly Art. It’s the four-piece band’s first release since they moved down to L.A., and with a familiar, but matured sound, the record indicates that the California sun has been beneficial to the band’s creative endeavors.

Treefort Fest 2018 Recap: A Pedestrian’s View

by on May 6th, 2018 | No Comments »

Gary Horn – Treefort Music Fest occurs each Spring in downtown Boise, Idaho. Musicians, actors, comedians, yoga instructors, film directors and more gather to inform and entertain within its 10 “forts,” most of them all-ages. Reviewing this year’s lineup of 463 bands (not a misprint, I checked), it was a challenge to narrow the list down to just 25 or so bands that time would allow me to see.

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