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Episode 48: Hockey

Isamu Jordan / The Spokesman-Review

Spokane’s favorite new local import, Hockey, has quickly taken the music scene by storm with its catchy blend of soul, rock and hip-hop. Founding members Jerm Reynolds and Ben Grubin were working with musicians from Talking Heads and Beck and had a development deal on a major label when they decided to come to Spokane. Their reasoning was to fill out a full-band sound with help from new recruit and local multi-instrumentalist Joel Smith, who brought with him Seaweed Jack drummer Anthony Stassi. The additions mean a more dynamic and engaging live show that ditches the programmed percussion for an emphasis on organics.

 
Tags: 7, hip-hop, music, rock, soul

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