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PA System: Danny Weber

After spending the better part of the year playing with his full band, Requiem, local acoustic stand out Danny Weber is back to playing solo shows (the band is still …


Special Edition: Andy Combs and the Moth

Andy Combs and The Moth is a six-piece side project of Point Juncture, WA. Multi-instrumentalist Andy Combs, and features members of PJWA (Amanda and Victor Paul), among others. The instrumentation …


Special Edition: IOA

IOA is the side project of Amanda from Portland indie-rock mind-blower Point Juncture, WA. Usually playing drums and bass in PJWA, in her IOA form she rocks the baritone ukulele …


Blue Oyster Cult - Godzilla

Test audio file. Just a little clip from the Blue Oyster Cult.


Sasquatch Edition: Delta Spirit

San Diego roots-rock and soul band Delta Spirit played an impressive and warmly-received set to open the final day of Sasquatch Music Festival. They’ve got a dexterous sound evidence by …


Episode 74: Danny Weber

After spending the better part of the year playing with his full band, Requiem, local acoustic stand out Danny Weber is back to playing solo shows (the band is still …


Special Edition: Kid Theodore

Kid Theodore worked a miracle to make it up from Salt Lake City for this show. The miracle being putting something like $32,000 on a credit card to fix a …


Sasquatch Edition: The Blakes

At last year’s Sasquatch Music Festival, Seattle’s The Blakes were publicized as the only unsigned band playing the festival. But by the time they took the stage they had a …


Sasquatch Edition: The Cops

Seattle’s The Cops are getting rave reviews for its latest punk-rock assault, “Free Electricity.” It’s an appropriate title for a band that is scorching with intensity, from the urgency of …


Special Edition: Del Tha Funkee Homosapien

Del The Funkee Homosapien came to play a solid, hour-long, high energy set on Tuesday at The Blvd. Whatever you’ve heard about his previous visits, Del was on his A …


Special Edition: The Globes

One of Spokane’s favorite exports, The Globes came back home to play to a full house of friends and family at Caterina. The guys are playing as a four-piece, but …


Episode 73: The Midnight Society

The Midnight Society is one of the more popular metal bands in the scene right now, playing a blistering mix of hardcore music. This show was taken the all-ages show …


Episode 72: Bridget Vogel

Bridget Vogel is back in the local scene after ducking out a bit, finishing up a faith-best program. This episode finds Vogel still standing out as part of the all-female …


Special Edition: Musee Mecanique

One keyboardist plays three synths, lap steel, glockenspiel, sings and whistles; another plays three synths, guitar, and sings; the guitarist sings and plays synths and the saw; the bassist plays …


Episode 71: Karli Fairbanks

Karli Fairbanks returned from a two week tour: She headlined this show with backup from her brother Zac, tour buddy Breanna Paletta, and local cohorts lap steel assassin Dan Ellis …


Special Edition: Velella Velella

Velella Velella kicked off its tour in Spokane, first with a show and then at the podcast showcase of regional hometowners. The band recently released their “Flight Cub” EP and …


Episode 70: Paul Adams

Paul Adams is relatively new to the local singer-songwriter scene. Similar to other local artists, he moved back here from Seattle a couple of years ago. Adams stopped playing music …


Episode 2: The Dearly Departed

Spokane’s beloved Dearly Departed – singer/guitarist Hidde Hanenburg, bassist Jonathan Hawkins and drummer Jake McBurns – plays an odd mix of Gothic blues that has established a cult following around …