Sat, February 2, 2013
Doors: 9:00 PM / Show: 10:00 PM
$7 Advance $8 Day of Show
This show is 21+, proper I.D. is required for admission
February 2nd Audioasis Benefit Show at The Sunset
12:00 am – 12:45 am Walking Papers
11:00 pm – 11:45 pm Wayfinders
10:00 pm – 10:45 pm Daniel G. Harmann & Trouble Starts
Doors: 9:00 pm Show: 10:00 pm Age: 21+
Net proceeds benefit Shunpike
Support for Audioasis comes from the Snoqualmie Tribe Foundation, Seattle Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs and US Bancorp Foundation.
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A new band from Jeff Angell (Post Stardom Depression, The Missionary Position) and Barrett Martin (Screaming Trees, Mad Season, Tuatara).
The Walking Papers is a new band formed by Jeff Angell and Barrett Martin, and based in Seattle, WA. With a mutual love for the Delta Blues, Classic Rock, and the more interesting and original American songwriters, Jeff and Barrett decided to try a collaboration that harnessed both of their musical talents and their album producing experience. They also invited some of their exceptional musician friends to come down to the studio and sit in, and the album features special appearances by Duff McKagan on Bass, Mike McCready on Guitar Solos, Benjamin Anderson on Keyboards, Dave Carter on Trumpet, and Ed Ulman on Trombone. The Walking Papers debut album will be released worldwide on Sunyata Records on August 21st, 2012. Select shows and tour dates will be announced soon.
WAYFINDERS is a glam hippie four-piece made up of recognizable heads from the sidewalks and stages of Seattle's music scene.
The songs bounce between light and dark, never afraid to be beautiful. The live show is a heavy dude scene where the girls always find their way right up front to dance.
WAYFINDERS' new album was conceived and created in some the dankest, most creatively fertile basements in this dank, creative city.
Trying to categorize Daniel G. Harmann‘s music often leads to confusion. However, take some previous summations: Music Liberation Project told its readers to imagine the musical genius of Jeff Buckley crossed with the haunting sound of The Smiths. Unfinished Zine declared him the hope for the singer/songwriter genre in the wake of Elliott Smith‘s death. Three Imaginary Girls called him a gifted songwriter who finds splendor in dark corners and empty rooms before they named the Lake Effect as one of their picks for Best New Releases of 2004. The Web zine Ink19 put it more concisely, describing him as simply perfect.
Whether Daniel G. Harmann‘s music is reminiscent of Morrissey, Buckley or even Sigur Ros, is up to the listener to decide, but by listening to Harmann‘s new EP, Our Arms, one thing becomes certain: Give Harmann a few minutes of your time, and he will gladly trade you his soul. Harmann’s themes are stunningly channeled and openly diverse.
Daniel G. Harmann & the Trouble Starts have succeeded in creating an outstanding EP about the quiet triumphs discovered within futility, all the while pushing the boundaries of sound & cinematic orchestration.