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If you've heard Gabriel Wolfchild's music or the music of his band, Wolfchild, you know that there's a timeless quality to his tunes. His resonant voice as a songwriter echoes themes of warmth and love that speak across generational boundaries. Their latest track, "New York", tells the story of Gabriel's paternal grandfather and his journey across an ocean in flight from political persecution in Russia. The city of New York---a community with a rich past and a dynamic present---is an apt mirror for Wolfchild's music.
On his new EP, Settling Up, Brendan Regan re-envisions classic Irish melodies from the 1500s to the 1970s. Regan makes bold choices with expansive, textured, cinematic re-imaginations of age-old melodies. You might think you know these tunes, but Settling Up is a surprising twist on time-honored musical tales told in a nuanced, new light.
You can catch Sandi Fernandez and the Beacon Hillbillies at their EP release with Noah Byrd, The Owl Heads, and the Salmonberries at the Columbia City Theater on 2 November 2018.
Manybest, Anna St. Lee, and Lizzie Weber at Tim's Tavern, Seattle, 1 February 2018.
Sarah St. Albin, Emily McVicker, and Scarlet Parke brought the Roaring 20s to Seattle on 25 January 2018.
Young-Chhaylee and Hannah Abrams at Capitol Hill's Chop Suey, 21 November 2017.
LUWUM, I Wish I Was a Punk Band, Anna St. Lee, and Brianna Skye and the Dark Clouds at Tim's Tavern, 24 November 2017.
Datenite, Manybest, and Tobias the Owl at Capitol Hill's Barboza, 13 November 2017.
Between playing electric, acoustic and 12 stringed guitar Michael Trew pulls you in with solemn storytelling with a folk style. But this isn't just a folk band, this is an exciting remix! With pulling from what...