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Photo Recap: The Internet Comes to Life @ Showbox Seattle

Posted by November 11th, 2018 1 Comment »

The Internet @ The Showbox Sodo 
Friday, Oct. 26, 2019
Seattle, Wash.
Words and Photos by Jason Murray

Remove all the doors to the venue and the positive atmosphere still couldn’t have escaped the Showbox SoDo during The Internet’s live performance last month.

According to front-woman, Syd, Seattle is one of her favorite cities. Given the rowdy crowd that assembled for the show, which was part of the Los Angeles’ group’s Hive Mind Tour, I’m not surprised. Uniformed in tour merch and draped in Meet and Greet lanyards, attendees felt like family and seemed prepared to make the night unlike any other.

For the tour, the Internet is supported by fellow L.A. trio Moonchild which felt like a match made in heaven. Both are soul-driven bands and both cause audiences to shun standing still in favor of moving their body in time with the music.

As performers, the Internet’s stage presence was incredibly infectious as well. They rarely wore anything less than a smile, and every time Syd or guitarist Steve Lacy broke from the mic to bust a move, the crowd matched their enthusiasm.

Here are a few of my favorite shots.


One thought on “Photo Recap: The Internet Comes to Life @ Showbox Seattle

  1. Sarah Haghi says:

    Hello!

    I’m the Promotions Director at KXSU and trying to book Winterfest, our annual Winter music concert. I’m looking for up and coming talent and really admire Nada Mucho. Please reach out to me as soon as possible if you have recommendations on bands that would be willing to play this show. here are details of what we can offer:

    This is a charity show with all proceeds going to a youth homeless shelter, PSKS (http://www.psks.org/). Bands can sell merch, will get on-air and online promotional support. We do photography and video promotion that goes on our website, blog, and all social media. We put the band on power rotation at the station and give them constant play time. We do interviews and write articles about the band which go up online. This is a community fundraiser, not a for-profit show. As we are a college radio station, this is what we currently can offer in terms of compensation but we are willing to talk with bands individually and see what we can make work!

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