Tides spotlight: Lindsay Schief

For the next month, as we work hard to raise the $12,000 necessary to produce and manufacture our original album of 10 different Washington based musicians, I’ll be highlighting everyone involved with their own feature keep going you know you want to →

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song of the week: LAKE ~ on the swing

It’s fair to say that were it not for LAKE, and more specifically were it not for the song On the Swing, I never would have started Secretly Important. I don’t know how many people keep going you know you want to →

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Tides spotlight: Karl Blau

For the next month, as we work hard to raise the $12,000 necessary to produce and manufacture our original album of 10 different Washington based musicians, I’ll be highlighting everyone involved with their own feature keep going you know you want to →

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song of the week: karl blau ~ dark sedan

Karl Blau “Dark Sedan” from Howdy Friend on Vimeo. Because at this point I am eating, sleeping, and drinking anything related to our Tides project (by the way have you contributed to our Kickstarter yet? keep going you know you want to →

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Tides Kickstarter link

After hitting a slight bump in the road, our Kickstarter is now up and accepting your donations. Take a moment to watch our video, read through the details of our project, and check out our keep going you know you want to →

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ages and ages ~ divisionary

Back in 2011 I attended what turned out to be a pretty phenomenal show that featured Cataldo opening for Ages and Ages, and the headlining LAKE. While it was a stellar show through and through, keep going you know you want to →

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Tides has a video

The Kickstarter doesn’t launch for another week (April 1st) but I just finished the video and wanted to get it out there as soon as possible. I spent the last year traveling around western Washington keep going you know you want to →

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Fisherman’s Village Music Festival full lineup announcement

Once Spring hits there is certainly no shortage of Northwest music festivals to look forward to. Treefort, Sasquatch, Timber!, Doebay, Bumbershoot, Music Fest NW, Helsing Junction, Unknown music festival, and I’m still leaving out a keep going you know you want to →

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the soft hills ~ departure

Come the end of Winter of each year, I’ve begun to expect a new album from The Soft Hills. I’ve also come to expect something unexpected from them as well, as no two albums seem keep going you know you want to →

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song of the week: kithkin ~ altered beast

I’ve said this all before, but it bares repeating each time there’s a potential that someone new might be hearing the ritualistic, sound of Kithkin. When City Arts magazine named Kithkin one of the best keep going you know you want to →

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