From his formative days as songwriter for Pure Joy, to his emergence as power punk pop contender fronting Flop, and run of superb solo albums, Rusty Willoughby's prolificness is virtually unmatched among his peers.
Loose Wing's music captures that inexplicable feeling of something mysterious yet familiar - you feel like you've heard them before but you've never heard anything like them. Mining '90s alt-college-rock sound...
While Chris Eckman's writing has a literary bent leaning toward themes of loneliness, and the desperation of people who have lost all hope, the stories he tells refuse to be cornered.
Nicholas Vroman writes and records songs with subject matter and vocal delivery comparable to the sort of disquiet that might typically be considered the jurisdiction of Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds.
Lauded by Seattle's bi-weekly The Stranger as the "the loudest all-acoustic band ever created," Ottoman Bigwigs were headed by the inimitable actor, singer and high energy performer Christopher Welch.