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    1. News : Shoreline Drive At The Vera Project 3/28

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      This Saturday, March 28th, Shoreline Drive will be headlining The Vera Project in downtown Seattle for their new EP release party! The new record is titled Bloom, and will be available physically only at their show! Shiver Twins, Naked Giants, Harvest States, and a few guests will also be performing. If you can’t make the show, preorder the EP online through iTunes!


    2. News : TONIGHT! From Indian Lakes At The Vera Project

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      Crap me for forgetting – From Indian Lakes is gonna hit The Vera Project tonight with The Soil And The Sun, Lemolo, and Roman Citizen. Easy price tag of $12 advance, $15 at the doors. It’s gonna be a good one. Buy tickets on the Vera Project calendar.


    3. News : Here’s The New Single From Shoreline Drive

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      Seattle rock band Shoreline Drive has a new single up titled “Civility”. Their new EP Bloom is out 3/28, and they’ll have a record release show at the Vera Project! Tickets are $8 and are available on the band website.


    4. News : Joyce Manor And Toys That Kill At The Vera Project 12/15

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      Next Monday night, Joyce Manor and Toys That Kill will be heading up The Vera Project as part of their December West coast tour. It’s gonna be a good one! Tickets start at $13 on the Vera calendar.


    5. News : My Goodness In Seattle 12/13 And 12/20

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      After a breakout year for this rockin’ Seattle band, My Goodness is wrapping up 2014 with a pair of hometown shows: 12/13 at The Vera Project and 12/20 at the Sunset Tavern! This band won’t stay smallish for long, so any opportunity to see ’em in a smaller venue is gonna be a treat. Don’t be missing out.


    6. News : The Sheds, LTDISMB, Rat Path, Singled Out, etc. Benefit Show At The Vera Project 6/27

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      On June 27th, California breakout band The Sheds will headline a benefit concert at the Vera Project with Lo There Do I See My Brother, Rat Path, Singled Out, Motion, Unjust, Lawrence, No Sun, Sights, and Brittany Morgan Hay. The show is raising funds to help Tommy Sowell, who was recently injured, and at a staggering $5, it’s an easy choice to show up. That’s less than $1 per band! More information is available on Facebook.


    7. Gallery : The Crimson Cord Tour At The Vera Project – 6/1

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      On June 1st (June already?!), Los Angeles rapper/spoken word artist Propaganda (@prophiphop) brought his album release tour to the humble city of Seattle. Only a month out from sleeper hit Crimson Cord, Prop had tour support in Humble Beast labelmates JGivens and Beautiful Eulogy, and Collision artist Swoope, who couldn’t make the Seattle date.


    8. News : Special Explosion Sign To Top Shelf Records

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      Self-described ‘dream rock’ band Special Explosion has signed to Top Shelf Records. This Seattle group is a ton of fun, and will be performing TONIGHT with Capsula at El Corazon, 1/3 for the Big Ass Boombox Festival at the Crocodile, and on 1/28 they will be joining fan favorites Into It. Over It. and TWIABP (The World Is A Beautiful Place And I Am No Longer Afraid To Die) at the Vera Project in Seattle. For a quick primer on this band, head to Facebook or the Top Shelf Records Bandcamp page for a taste!


    9. News : Polar Bear Club, Citizen, Diamond Youth, And Sainthood Reps TOMORROW, 11/22 At Vera

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      This weekend, NY punk favorites Polar Bear Club will be bringing their tour to the Pacific Northwest, featuring MD’s Diamond Youth, Toledo upstart Citizen, and NY’s Sainthood Reps. The show is set for tomorrow night, 11/22, at The Vera Project in Seattle, and follows up with Vancouver BC 11/23 and Portland 11/24. For tickets, visit The Vera Project website, and be sure to check out the new Polar Bear Club record, ‘Death Chorus’, out now on Rise Records.