Rain City Ambience

Seattle-based Northwest music source established in 2005
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    1. News : Rocky Votolato in Store at Easy Street Records

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      Rocky Votolato and fellow Seattle singer-songwriter Chris Staples are coming to the West Seattle Easy Street Records this Saturday the 20th at 6pm, celebrating Chris’s new album Golden Age and the 10th anniversary of Rocky’s album Makers with a small in-store show. Well worth dropping by!


    2. News : Preorder Tickets To Verlaine’s Album Release Show 5/3!

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      Preorder your tickets NOW for Verlaine’s album release party at the Sunset Tavern in Ballard on May 3rd! The fantastic Seattle band is gearing up for their first full-length release, ‘The Open Sea’, and are excited to present it to fans! Michael Lerner of Telekinesis! and Chris Staples will be sharing the stage as well. Tickets are only $8 advance, which means more money for merch and drinks. Read up on the event and the band on Facebook!


    3. News : Verlaine Posts New Track ‘Seven Hills’

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      One day before their first ever live show, Verlaine has shared yet another song with us via Bandcamp. The song is titled Seven Hills, and is the fifth song posted off the band’s upcoming debut album. Tickets are still for sale for tomorrow night’s show at The Sunset in Ballard, and are available through the Facebook event page. The show is sure to be a great one, with Subways On the Sun releasing their new album, ‘The Honeymoon Stagecoach’, and special guest Chris Staples of twothirtyeight, Discover America, and Telekinesis.


    4. News : Subways On The Sun Album Release Show 9/11

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      Subways On the Sun will hold their official album release show September 11th at the Sunset Tavern in Ballard. The album, titled ‘The Honeymoon Stagecoach’, is available now everywhere music is sold. The show will also feature the very first formal Verlaine show and special guest Chris Staples of twothirtyeight, Discover America, and Telekinesis.