CINEMATIC ORCHESTRAL ROCK
Never a standard rock band, The Walkabouts defy genres as they seamlessly fuse rock, country and folk to reveal a rich and expansive sound. Channeling Neil Young, Nick Cave and Hank Williams, to name a few influences, The Walkabouts took their inspiration and churned out original and evocative outsider epics.
LOUDER THAN FOLK
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.
Songwriter & Storyteller
Friendly Folk Rock
Hailing from Dallas, Texas and landing in Seattle in the early '90s, The Bolos' style of uplifting, melodic folk rock was just what gray, rainy Seattle needed.
PUNK ROCK POET
From his musical beginnings as the lead instigator and vocalist of iconic San Diego new wave punk band The Penetrators, to his years spent in Seattle writing songs, singing and creating artistic mayhem with a colorful cast of characters, many of the whom you'll find on Drums & Wires, the Heff is a deeply soulful, one-of-a-kind artist.
americana & folk rock
The Crop Circles is one of several musical outlets of Earl Brooks, an Americana / Rock singer-songwriter. Brooks is known for his crisp guitar style, and his tongue-in-cheek lyrics.