Heels To The Hardwood, The Weather Machine, Hi Crime

Fri Jan 17 2020

9:00 PM (Doors 8:30 PM)

Sunset Tavern

5433 Ballard Avenue NW Seattle, WA 98107

$10.00

Ages 21+

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  • Heels To The Hardwood

    Heels To The Hardwood

    Alternative Country

    Heels To The Hardwood bring the roots of Americana, blues, soul, and rock to a new horizon. With honest powerhouse vocal melodies, striking guitar riffs, and the strong rhythms of bass and drum, smooth notes of keyboard and pedal steel. Heels To The Hardwood brings life back to rock and the stomp back into soul. 
    Americana rock trio with friends.

  • The Weather Machine

    The Weather Machine

    Alternative Rock

    Based in Portland OR, The Weather Machine released its first album after a blustery winter of recording on the Oregon Coast. With strong ties to the region, the 5-piece found its roots in the Pacific Northwest’s unique folk aesthetic, developing a hard-hitting, theatrical rock performance that expands upon their recorded work. After emerging on the scene in April ‘13, The Weather Machine has been featured in PASTE Magazine, Buzzfeed, OPB’s Think Out Loud, The Oregonian, the Portland Mercury, Willamette Week, and many more international and US-based publications. They worked collaboratively with Oregon State Parks and Oregon Film to release their first music video, which debuted on acclaimed actor Rainn Wilson’s video blog SoulPancake and was later rereleased online through GoPro Cameras.

    The Weather Machine began in earnest when singer Slater Smith and guitarist Colin Robson met at an open-mic in Pacific City, OR, March of 2012. The two decided to team up to record Smith’s songs at Robson’s then-brand-new studio, Kiwanda Sound Recordings. Cellist Matthew Cartmill and drummer Tanner Smith (Slater's brother) joined on shortly after. Drummer Luke Hoffman and bassist André Zapata joined the band in 2014 and 2015 (respectively) to make up the current roster. Past members include Nick Hamel (bass), Jack Martin (bass), Tanner Smith (drums), and Corey Kintzi (drums).

  • Hi Crime

    Hi Crime

    Pop

    Hi Crime is a Seattle based indie/dream/pop group that began as a recording project between Brielle Rutledge and Mitch Etter. The duo met in Summer 2015 and quickly began work on what would become their first release. The "Foreign Hours EP" was written, recorded, and mixed entirely in the duo's bedrooms over the Fall months while Rutledge finished college, commuting back every few weeks to record.

    The duo expanded in early 2017 to prepare for the band's first live shows. The expanded lineup provided a burst of new songs and energy, propelling them into work for their debut full length album, The Kids Still Got It, released on June 29, 2018. 

     

    Brielle Rutledge - Vocals, Keys

    Mitch Etter - Guitar, Vocals

    Cody McCann - Drums
    Jesse Botello - Bass

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Heels To The Hardwood, The Weather Machine, Hi Crime

Fri Jan 17 2020 9:00 PM

(Doors 8:30 PM)

Sunset Tavern Seattle WA
Heels To The Hardwood, The Weather Machine, Hi Crime

$10.00 Ages 21+

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