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    1. News : Watch Amanda Markley’s New Music Video For “Jealousy”

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      We told you about Amanda Markley’s new song “Jealousy” a little while back, and she’s back with a new video for the single, produced by Night Argent’s Chase Manhattan and written by Matt Bacnis. All the connections!


    2. Gallery : Night Argent At The Funhouse Lounge 5/31

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      Since I first heard about Night Argent a month or two ago, I’ve kept the name on my mind. Rooted in the Tri-Cities area and boasting an incredibly impressive resume, this talented young band has been making waves with big name partnerships and opening slots.


    3. News : Reminder! Tomorrow Night At The Croc – True Holland, Joyfield, And More

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      Don’t forget that tomorrow night we’re hosting a sweet night of local music at The Croc, featuring TJ Grant, The Matt Bacnis Band, Shoreline Drive, Joyfield, and True Holland headlining! All ages, $8 advance and $10 at the door, which leaves more than enough for a fancy dinner in the neighborhood. Get. At. Us.


    4. Gallery : The Wild Things At The Seventh Annual Classic Christmas

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      Last week Joe and I headed down to Fremont’s Nectar Lounge for the Seventh (Seventh!) Annual Classic Christmas, featuring The Matt Bacnis Band, new supergroup The Wild Things, Valadares, and Seattle heavyweight The Classic Crime.


    5. Gallery : Yellowcard, Alabaster and Moneta at El Corazon

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      Music does strange things to people. It has this magnetic force of bringing all sorts of people together, which is one of the reasons I love it so much. It can make people rub their sweaty bodies together, punch each other, make out with one another, jump around, lift each other up in the air, push one another and dance around.


    6. Interview : Matt Bacnis

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      In the last eight months since the band has been together, Matt Bacnis has played over 30 shows, recorded an album entirely self-funded, played with bands like The Classic Crime and The Dangerous Summer, met Dan Young of This Providence while recording guest vocals with another artist, and gone on a west cost tour. Matt emphasized that even though their name is Matt Bacnis, they truly are a band (as opposed to a solo artist accompanied by a band), comprised of Carson Heffner on guitar, Tristen Cox on bass, Dylan Heffner on drums and Matt Bacnis on guitar and vocals. Tristen and Matt have been in other bands together, starting with their first band in high school Made To Break, and their band Step One that came later.


    7. Staff Blog : Music Monday: Independent Artists

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      Chris Bateson gives you his top independent artists of the week.