Rain City Ambience

Seattle-based Northwest music source established in 2005
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    1. News : The Wonder Years Drummer Announces Nu-Metal Project “Filth Breeder”

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      The Wonder Years drummer Mike Kennedy has just announced his new project Filth Breeder, with first release The Taste Of Power out 4/7 on Hopeless Records. Keep an ear out for the first single “Slivers Of Flesh” from this Seattle-dwelling pop punk vet.


    2. Gallery : Kelly’s favorite showtos; Yes we’re still talking about 2014

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      Hello and welcome to another exciting edition of “stuff we like,” featuring my own self aggrandizing selection of photographs and reflection. Also attempts to be poetic. This will be the last of our best-of posts, so here’s to you and everyone on staff, and happy 2015! We are approaching TEN YEARS OF EXISTENCE in June and will need to celebrate accordingly… so who wants to play our anniversary show?


    3. Album Review : Aaron West and the Roaring Twenties – We Don’t Have Each Other

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      I honestly thought I could not be blown away by Dan ‘Soupy’ Campbell again. His closing statement on ‘I Just Want To Sell Out My Funeral,’ “We all want to be great men but there’s nothing romantic about it, I just want to know that I did all I could with what I was given,” was the highlight of The Greatest Generation for me. That lyrical line closed The Wonder Years trilogy about growing up. Mr. Campbell has been busy however, and has come to us with more angst and despair through the story of Aaron West and The Roaring Twenties.


    4. News : #InboxCrawl Vol. 5: Aaron West And The Four Letter Schley

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      Lots of momentum in the music world as Summer turns up. Let’s take a look at what’s new in the world!


    5. Gallery : The Greatest Generation Tour At El Corazon

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      On March 19th, The Wonder Years’ long-awaited Greatest Generation Tour sold out Seattle’s El Corazon. The grizzled pop punk vets brought Modern Baseball, Real Friends, Citizen, and Fireworks along to support the groundbreaking 2013 record of the same title. This time around, the Pennsylvania sextet also offered a VIP bundle featuring a signed screenprint, a special lanyard tag, and early entrance for an acoustic performance.


    6. News : The Wonder Years Post New Video for ‘Dismantling Summer’

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      Philly pop punk champs The Wonder Years just put up their new video for Dismantling Summer. Watch after the jump, and stay tuned for our show review of last week’s SOLD OUT show at El Corazon!


    7. Staff Blog : ANTHONY DOES 2013 BIG…2013 DOES ANTHONY SO TINY SMALL

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      Today, on my 24th birthday, I bid 23 and 2013 a formal ‘good riddance!’ and attempt to salvage an otherwise crappy year with some good music. I know I get wordy, so let’s just get into it. 10 favorite albums, 10 favorite singles, no filler.


    8. Gallery : The Wonder Years, Pierce the Veil, All Time Low, and A Day to Remember at WaMu Theater

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      I should first note that Tuesday night’s House Party Tour at WaMu Theater was without a doubt the largest rock show I’ve ever been to, festivals and -paloozas aside. This was also the most I’ve ever intentionally listened to All Time Low.


    9. News : The Wonder Years Added to the fall House Party Tour

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      Lancaster PA’s pop punk herald The Wonder Years has been added to the House Party Tour. The US tour boasts a trio of massive bands: A Day to Remember headlining, with Pierce the Veil and All Time Low supporting. The bands will come through WaMu Theater in Seattle on September 17th, and will hit Portland’s Expo Center on the 18th.