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December 8  |  By Steven Graham
Seattle band records at Abbey Road Studios Seattle’s band Motopony has been on tour for months. Seriously, months. They kicked off the tour with a hometown EP release show at Neumos on Sept. 19 and haven’t slowed down since. The tour has taken Motopony all over the US, the UK, and most recently to India.



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November 24  |  By Steven Graham
Sasquatch Music Festival tickets on sale Friday It’s not even Thanksgiving yet and the Sasquatch! Music Festival is already dropping news about 2015. This Friday Sasquatch! will be offering a little Black Friday special of their own by releasing discount passes for $325 which will be available till the end of the year and will go up to $350 when the next round of passes are released.



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November 12  |  By Steven Graham
Smokey Brights releases Taste For Blood When I saw Seattle’s Smokey Brights at the Fisherman’s Village Music Festival in Everett last May, I got the chance to chat briefly with front man Ryan Devlin. It was then that he first told me about their new record and what it was going to be called.

"Taste For Blood" he said as a grin crept across his face.



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October 20  |  Steven Graham
Everett band Born of Ghosts releases new album Rock isn’t dead and Everett band Born Of Ghosts is here to prove it. It has been a long time coming for the band that started playing together five years ago, but this August they finally released their debut album Torch.



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October 14  |  By Steven Graham
Timbrrr! Winter Music Fest announces partial lineup The Timbrrr! Winter Music Festival is coming back to Leavenworth this January and the first batch of artists have just been released!



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October 3  |  Steven Graham
Local music guide for October October is going to be a very busy and fun month for music between Everett and Seattle and it all starts with a couple of great lineups this weekend.



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September 12  |  By Steven Graham
This Saturday night, Everett band The Moondoggies will be performing at The Cannery in downtown Everett. This is a rare club show in their hometown as the last two times The Moondoggies played here they were at the Historic Everett Theater, most recently headlining the Fisherman’s Village Music Festival back in May.



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September 10  |  By Steven Graham
Snohomish County musicians climb the charts with new album Snohomish County natives Beth Whitney and Bradford Loomis have each been performing independent of one another and making name for themselves for years. They met each other almost two years ago when Loomis caught wind of Whitney’s record release.



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September 2  |  By Steven Graham
Summer is almost over. It's getting dark sooner, school is starting, the weather is changing. None of us want to admit it, but it's happening.

If you're anything like me then you're looking for a way to extend your summer just a little bit longer. Well, we are all in luck because Brothers From Another just released the video for their song "Day Drink," which is a simple guide to good times.



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August 27  |  By Steven Graham
If you weren’t already familiar with Everett musician Jason Webley, you might have heard about the sold-out show he put together at the Historic Everett Theater back in April for his project "Margaret," inspired by a scrapbook detailing the life of Everett native Margaret Rucker.



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August 14  |  By Steven Graham,
Beer Fest after party at The Cannery on Saturday This Saturday will see thousands of beer fans flood downtown Everett for the Experience Everett Craft Beer Festival. Sure a beer festival is fun, but not as much fun as it would be with some music. So the folks at Experience Everett and Everett Music Initiative have made sure that there will be plenty of great tunes to enjoy during and after the beer fest.

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August 13  |  By Steven Graham
Writing this music blog I get a lot of emails from bands asking me to help them spread the word about a new record they are releasing or a show they are about to play.

Never have I received an email from an artist with the subject line "Let’s help the kids, Steven." Recently David Einmo, front man of Seattle band Head Like A Kite, wrote me an email that said just that.



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August 11  |  By Steven Graham
Three acts at The Cannery in Everett Monday night To have great music coming to Everett is something we have been enjoying more and more lately, but to see Everett on the national tour poster of an artist like Kevin Morby of Los Angeles and Ark Life of Denver is something pretty special.

On Monday night Morby and Ark Life will share the stage at The Cannery in downtown Everett with Snohomish band Edmund Wayne.



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August 8  |  By Steven Graham
Local music roundup Summer Meltdown Festival this weekend



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July 24  |  By Steven Graham
Timber! Outdoor Music Festival kicks off today It's time to make the pilgrimage out to Carnation again. This weekend the second annual Timber! Outdoor Music Festival is finally here. Like every other event produced by the folks at Artist Home Booking, Timber! is about so much more than just the music (which is always amazing).



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July 18  |  By Steven Graham
This Saturday night at The Cannery in downtown Everett will be a night loaded with music from the singers of three of the most popular bands in the pacific northwest. Daniel Blue of Seattle's Motopony, John Van Deusen of Anacortes band The Lonely Forest and John Bowers of Portland's Nurses will each perform a solo set.



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July 10  |  By Steven Graham
Mary Lambert releases new single Grammy nominated singer-songwriter Mary Lambert has been pretty busy this last year between performing all over the world, including performances of "Same Love" at the VMAs with Jennifer Hudson and at the Grammys with Madonna, singing a record deal with Capitol Records and releasing her EP "Welcome To The Age Of My Body."



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July 7  |  By Steven Graham
Even though Summer just started I am already prepared to concede that the best local song of the season is "Day Drink" by Brothers From Another. This is third time in the last four years that Brothers From Another have provided the anthem for Summer.



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July 7  |  By Steven Graham
Last month I posted the new single "There is a Light" from Seattle’s Rose Windows which was featured on a 7-inch released through Sub Pop Records. Today the band released the new music video for "There is a Light" and it is pretty wild. I watched this video at about 6am on just a few hours of sleep and couldn’t tell if I was actually awake yet or still dreaming.



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