Rain City Ambience

Seattle-based Northwest music source established in 2005
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    1. Staff Blog : TOPLIST AGAIN – ANTHONY’S 26/2016 BOUND

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      Another year’s gone, and it’s another year I’m ready to move on from. Let’s look at some of what came out. Earlier in 2015 we put up listicles of five favorite records from the first six months of the year, and it’s amazing how many of them carry over to this top ten.


    2. Gallery : The Story So Far, Four Year Strong, Terror, And Souvenirs At Showbox 6/10

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      Walnut Creek pop punk vets The Story So Far have put together a masterful tour package this go-round, and are wrapping up a North American stint this week with Four Year Strong, Terror, and Souvenirs in tow. Having just released a new self-titled in early June through Pure Noise, this talented young quintet played their biggest Seattle headliner yet at Showbox Market last Wednesday.


    3. News : TOMORROW: The Story So Far, Four Year Strong, Terror, and Souvenirs at Showbox Market

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      Tonight you’ll maybe watch the Golden State Warriors take Cleveland in a match for the NBA Championship. Tomorrow night you should watch fellow East Bay residents The Story So Far take on Showbox A.T.M.! Also featured: Boston returners Four Year Strong, LA hardcore outfit Terror, and California quartet Souvenirs. Tickets are available on the Showbox calendar, but it will almost certainly sell out, so don’t sleep on it!


    4. News : The American Scene And Elder Brother In The PNW This Weekend

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      This weekend, The American Scene and Elder Brother (A TSSF side project) will hit The Vera Project tomorrow night and Le Voyeur in Olympia Saturday night! Souvenirs will also be performing at both shows. Tickets for The Vera Project date start at $12 and are available online.


    5. Staff Blog : My Top Five Albums Halfway Through 2014 – Björk

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      Sean got this whole ball rolling and though I’m extremely busy, I want in! I whipped this puppy up during my lunch break. I am still fairly new at RCA and I know haven’t shared much about myself with you all. Here’s a little bit of a more about me- through music! 2014 is halfway over (say what?!) That means that by now a solid number of albums have been released and found their place in our iTunes libraries. Here are my top five releases of 2014 so far- I suspect I’ll do another five at the end of the year.


    6. News : Inbox Crawl – Sports, Dancing, and Mechanical Bulls Edition

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      This week we’ve seen a ton of great new stuff coming out from all over. Let’s take a peek at the new songs and videos coming our way!


    7. News : Stream Elder Brother’s Lead Single, ‘Throw Me To The Wolves’

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      Elder Brother, the partnership between singing guitarists Dan Rose of Daybreaker and The Story So Far’s Kevin Geyer, has posted their first single, Throw Me To The Wolves. Stream it below, follow the band on Facebook, and keep an eye out for preorders of ‘Heavy Head’, due out this Spring on Pure Noise Records.


    8. 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.


    9. Gallery : The Suppy Nation Tour at El Corazon

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      El Corazon was packed wall to wall for the Seattle stop of The Suppy Nation Tour. Featured on the line-up was The American Scene, Citizen, Tonight Alive and co-headliners Man Overboard and The Story So Far. With all the bands having a very strong fanbase, the show was quick to sell out the day of the show. Unfortunately, trying to shove dozens of anxious show-goers into a small venue doesn’t always go as planned which forfeits the chance of seeing some of the opening bands. I finally stepped foot into the venue as soon as The American Scene were finishing up. From what I could hear from outside the venue, the band sounded great and the fans seemed to enjoy them.