REVIEW: KARL BLAU’S WEST COAST CHALICE

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I first met Karl Blau back in November of 2011 for an interview, he was in the process of recording Sleep Walker, a poem which had been sent to him as part of his recently completed Kickstarter campaign. The song … Continued

2013: WHAT WE MISSED

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  We run with a skeleton crew around here, if by skeleton you mean, a small pile of bones. Though I try to prioritize upcoming releases, an album will occasionally slip through the cracks, either because I never heard about … Continued

EPISODE 3. KARL BLAU

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UPDATED JANUARY 2015. From the Secretly-Important archives: Karl Blau discusses his musical theory about drawing a dragon, the origins of Kelp Lunacy and its transformation into KLAPS, the rich history of music in Anacortes Washington, and growing up on Samish … Continued

INTERVIEW WITH KARL BLAU

If you spend any meaningful amount of time looking into indie music from the Pacific Northwest, one name that will pop out at you over and over is Karl Blau.  He’s performed with and produced records by LAKE, Earth, D+, … Continued