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Episode 40: Starflight Ambush

Isamu Jordan / The Spokesman-Review

Starflight Ambush is an up-and-coming indie-rock band out of University High School. This trio plays a mix of somewhat ambient and experimental - yet catchy - rock. Starflight is a part of the contingency of fresh and promising bands emerging from Spokane Valley (for more Valley validity check previous episodes with Cyrus Fell Down and The Matador Room). This is Starflight’s first-ever acoustic set. The major difference here is that JP Fuller’s vocals come across clear and easy, so those seemingly ambiguous lyrics are more tangible than in their typical amplified set.

Tags: 7, indie, music, rock, Spokane Valley, Students, teenagers, trio, University High School

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