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  • Band in Seattle: Concert 216

    Fysah

    Year: 2015

    Runtime: 23 min

    Self-described as the black baby of Amy Winehouse and Adele, Fysah’s voice is a delicate combination of soul, pop, and indie rock. Backed by a keyboardist raised in the gospel sounds of the church and a bassist steeped in funk and RNB, the final sound created is rich in emotion and personality.

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    Ghost Pains

    Year: 2016

    Runtime: 33 min

    Ghost Pains is a band that was founded by Dave Martin. Growing up in England listening to pop artist from a young age Dave started to write music. Moving to the Seattle area it took Dave only a months time to create roughly 20 songs that he and his group were able to introduce to the public in February 2014. Since that date Ghost Pains has put together concert after concert of precise beats and captivating lyrics making this cross genre band a band meant for the stars. Catch them today here on Band in Seattle before they end up going worldwide.

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  • Band In Seattle: Concert 217

    Planes on Paper

    Year: 2015

    Runtime: 34 min

    Navid Eliot and the other members of Planes on Paper have achieved an effortless and naturally organic sound that is uniquely their own.  Navid’s leathery voice and thoughtful lyrics reflect the traditions of folk music while bringing his own honesty to the genre.  He pours himself into every song until what you are hearing is a spiritual expression of the human experience.

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  • Band In Seattle Concert 213 A

    Tbasa

    Year: 2015

    Runtime: 37 min

    TBASA’s unique name comes from simplifying his real name: Tim Basaraba. And it fits the unique style that earned him the description of “Idaho weird” before Napoleon Dynamite. Tim releases one album a year and finds expression through a tight combination of DJ, songwriter and vocalist. Here he adds performances by Hope Simpson and Jordan Vazquez with back up vocals and long-time friend Matt Stegner, vocalist and guitar.

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  • Band in Seattle Episode 215

    The Fame Riot

    Year: 2015

    Runtime: 22 min

    The Fame Riot is clearly one of the best bands to emerge from the Seattle scene. Beyond the look & the youthful swagger, they provide great music and great entertainment. In a 2013 Sound Off interview, Shazzam Watkins and Liz Scarlett described their music as “a soup that never stops cooking but you can try it any time you like.” Their quest to create infectiously danceable, yet credible glam pop-rock is a dream fulfilled, because at this fortuitous age they have the talent to go out on a limb with their dandy style and driving music.

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  • Band in Seattle Concert 215

    The Fame Riot

    Year: 2015

    Runtime: 38 min

    The Fame Riot is clearly one of the best bands to emerge from the Seattle scene. Beyond the look & the youthful swagger, they provide great music and great entertainment. In a 2013 Sound Off interview, Shazzam Watkins and Liz Scarlett described their music as “a soup that never stops cooking but you can try it any time you like.” Their quest to create infectiously danceable, yet credible glam pop-rock is a dream fulfilled, because at this fortuitous age they have the talent to go out on a limb with their dandy style and driving music.

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  • Live at the Wiltern 2014

    Bombay Bicycle Club

    Year: 2016

    Runtime: 1 hr 27 min

    Bombay Bicycle Club performs live at The Wiltern in 2014. The show, in support of their third studio album, A Different Kind of Fix, features performances of “Always Like This,” “Shuffle,” and “Light Out.”

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  • Band in Seattle Concert 211B

    Clearly Beloved

    Year: 2015

    Runtime: 35 min

    Clearly Beloved is a gathering of five musicians, friends and storytellers – Katie and Jessica, classically trained violinists backed up by Brendan, Bobby and Andy. They write and orchestrate songs about fishermen; homesteaders; Vikings, and the feeling you get the moment before a shark attack. Jessica
    and Katie entertain with bells, costumes, glockenspiels and paper maché.

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  • Band In Seattle: Mikey and Matty 217

    Mikey and Matty

    Year: 2016

    Runtime: 38 min

    Each song written by brothers Mikey and Matty Gervais is an expression of their personal experiences.  They’ve learned to harness their emotions into a dialogue between themselves and their audiences that leaves the listener feeling that they’ve just seen into the lives of these performers.  Their lyrics are made all the more poignant when backed by their uniquely blended folk-pop-rock sound.

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  • Band In Seattle: Episode 222

    Victoria Contreras

    Year: 2016

    Runtime: 23 min

    Strings pour, horns soar and a refreshingly soulful voice takes center stage. You are suddenly transcended to 1962. You begin to sway to a familiar nostalgic sound. Then, the lyrics take over and a touch of modern instrumentation and production is unveiled. The sheer poetic relevance and honesty jolts you. Bold, bright, clever, incensed, dark, strong, silly, sad. This is not a sound from the 60's but the sound of today and tomorrow. Transfixed, you journey through this eerie world, and somehow you cannot seem to get enough. The album ascends, the final track arrives and yet you are already hitting repeat.

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  • Live At V Festival 2014

    Bastille

    Year: 2001

    Runtime: 45 min

    V Festival has been held across two beautiful stately parks for one epic cross-country weekend of live music. V Festival takes place simultaneously at hylands park in Chelmsford and Weston Park in South Staffordshire, with world class artists taking to the stage at one venue.

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  • Live At V Festival 2013

    Of Monsters and Men

    Year: 2016

    Runtime: 47 min

    Icelandic chamber pop group Of Monsters and Men broke onto the international music scene in 2011, just a year after winning their country's nationwide battle-of-the-band competition Musiktilraunir. Hailed as "the new Arcade Fire" in Rolling Stone magazine, the band's original lineup comprised singer/guitarists Nanna Bryndís Hilmarsdóttir and Ragnar Þórhallsson, guitarist Brynjar Leifsson, keyboardist Árni Guðjónsson, bass player Kristján Páll Kristjánsson, and drummer Arnar Rósenkranz Hilmarsson. Their debut album, My Head Is an Animal, was released in Iceland by Record Records in the fall of 2011. Its infectious first single, "Little Talks," saw worldwide success, and the band signed with Universal Music Group.
    While performing at At V Festival 2013 the band played the most beloved hit singles as Little Talks, King and Lionheart, Yellow Light and many more.

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  • Band In Seattle Episode 212

    Blake Noble

    Year: 2015

    Runtime: 22 min

    Blake Noble, 100% Aussie, brings the spirit of the Outback. His expertise with the Digeridoo and his 12 String played both as guitar and percussion is an incredibly unique experience. Sharing the great heritage he carefully brings to the stage, he’s supported by two great musicians Matt Rieger on Dobro,
    Banjo and Slide and Joel Hoyer on bass. Blake Noble honors the music heritage he learned from Australian Aborigines by keeping it pure. One of the nicest guys you’ll ever meet, he’s a true original. His style, created in his native land is now being shared all over the US.

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  • Live From Shrine Expo Hall Los Angeles

    Circa Survive

    Year: 2016

    Runtime: 1 hr 55 min

    Live filming of Circa Survive from their sold out show at the Shrine Expo Hall in Los Angeles, CA. Filmed on Saturday, December 28th, 2013

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  • Band in Seattle Episode 214

    Grace Love And The True Loves

    Year: 2015

    Runtime: 22 min

    In a modern musical landscape where we can argue about what the term Soul Music really means today, when you just close your eyes and listen to Grace Love & the True Loves, what Soul music ‘IS’ suddenly becomes crystal clear. …and when you open your eyes you’ll see that SOUL MUSIC is happening in Seattle right now. Grace is the Queen, guitarist Jimmy James is the King, and together they are unstoppable. They are the vanguards of an active scene that will KNOCK you out. Grace and Jimmy and Their True Loves, are getting serious love from everyone that hears them.

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  • Band in Seattle Concert 214

    Grace Love And The True Loves

    Year: 2015

    Runtime: 34 min

    In a modern musical landscape where we can argue about what the term Soul Music really means today, when you just close your eyes and listen to Grace Love & the True Loves, what Soul music ‘IS’ suddenly becomes crystal clear. …and when you open your eyes you’ll see that SOUL MUSIC is happening in Seattle right now. Grace is the Queen, guitarist Jimmy James is the King, and together they are unstoppable. They are the vanguards of an active scene that will KNOCK you out. Grace and Jimmy and Their True Loves, are getting serious love from everyone that hears them.

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  • Band in Seattle Concert 209

    Ponytime

    Year: 2014

    Runtime: 29 min

    Pony Time creates some great sound coming from only two artists, Luke Beetham on Bass and Stacy Peck on drums. At first you might think it’s a rhythm section without the melody line, but not so. Luke can provide both melody and rhythm with his diverse and unique style. With Stacy’s great drumming, they create something extraordinary.

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  • Band In Seattle: Episode 217 Mikey and Matty & Paper Planes

    Various Artists

    Year: 2016

    Runtime: 23 min

    Planes on Paper:
    Band members of Planes on Paper describe Navid Eliot as an old soul.  As the lead singer, guitarist, and songwriter of the group, Eliot is described as careful.  Not to mean his music is common, on the contrary, his carefulness is an attention to details; an earnest and sincere approach to his artistry that leaves his fellow members in awe.

    Mikey & Matty:
    Mikey & Matty first discovered their ability to harmonize as kids while playing at the beach and for the past 20 years they’ve harnessed those harmonies into a form of therapeutic self-expression. These brothers are storytellers and paint a picture with every song.

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  • Band In Seattle: Jessica Lynne Concert 223

    Jessica Lynne

    Year: 2016

    Runtime: 40 min

    Sometimes authentic country music artists do not grow up in what we would consider hotbeds of country music. Sometimes they grow up in Haslev, Denmark, the native town of current Seattle resident, Jessica Lynne, a sensational and rising country star and one of London Tone Music’s most successful artists. She explains how it all started: “When I was 12, I was home with the flu and our TV provider had a “chance channel” available for a limited time. Well, this time it was CMT and being at home with nothing to do and feeling really horrible, I just kind of left it on that channel and little by little just fell in love with the genre.” Faith Hill’s, Wild One, a song that was #1 at the time, inspired her immediately. “I felt like she was singing about me,” she remembers. “It touched my heart in a way that I had never felt before.”

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  • Band in Seattle: Live Debut

    Julia Massey and The Five Finger Discount

    Year: 2016

    Runtime: 38 min

    Julia Massey & The Five Finger Discount is a sweetly trippy, magical musical trio led by dreamy flaxen-blonde vocalist/keyboardist Julia and flanked by her happily-raging rhythm section, Matt Deason (bass) and Dominic Cortese (drums).
    Julia and Matt and Dom share a deep passion for pho between playing their own private festivals - while also playing out at legendary Seattle venues like the Triple Door and the Showbox (along with the Tractor, Sunset, and Barboza) with similarly adept and inspired artists as Camille Bloom, Robb Benson, Red Jacket Mine, Carla Torgerson, Wayne Horvitz, the Hoot Hoots, the Great Um, and many others.

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    Jupe Jupe

    Year: 2016

    Runtime: 34 min

    My Young creates a characterization of himself in every performance. He and his band mates make up a quartet of cerebral musicians whose sound is self-described as “mournful dance, new wave music”. Young’s rich vocals are suggestive of a Depeche Mode sound, but then it stands on a foundation of heavy synth, rough guitar, and pounding drum lines. Coupled with Young’s pointed lyrics, Jupe Jupe has discovered a whole new sound for their Pacific Northwest audience.

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  • Band in Seattle: Concert 220

    Kris Orlowski

    Year: 2016

    Runtime: 43 min

    Victory Studios is proud to present here on Band in Seattle one of the best and newest musical artist to come out of Seattle’s indie singer-songwriting scene. Kris Orlowski has shown that making music goes beyond personal fulfillment by his ability to touch the soul of everyone who listens. He and his Band of Brothers have creatively melded the sounds of a 17 piece orchestra in his album Believer. This album has touched many lives since its debut in 2014, giving many people a chance to believe in themselves and others around them.
     
    Kris Orlowski has brought a new energy to Seattle since being on the scene in 2010. With the help from vocalist Torry Anderson and the amazing drumming skills of Greg Garcia you will want to get up and dance the night away with your friends and loved ones. These are the sounds of peace to pain from people coast to coast. Listening to this band tonight on Band in Seattle will make you forget all the world’s problems and feel you are part of the solution.

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  • Band in Seattle: Episode 226

    Ravenna Woods

    Year: 2016

    Runtime: 22 min

    Chris Cunningham plays guitar, percussion and sings. Matt Badger plays drums. Nic Danielson plays keyboards, synths and samples. Brantley Duke plays guitar, keys, percussion and also sings. Reed LV plays bass.

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  • Band in Seattle: Concert 223

    The Banner Days

    Year: 2016

    Runtime: 47 min

    The combination of Beth’s delicate, pure, and melodious voice and Bradford’s soulful, growling tone makes for a beautifully heart wrenching harmonious blend.
    With equal parts sweetly anthemic, pop tinged folk, provided by Beth, and Bradford’s gritty, passionate Americana Roots sound, The Banner Days is an intrepid step for both artists.

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