Rain City Ambience

Seattle-based Northwest music source established in 2005
  • Tag Archive: 2014

    1. Staff Blog : Björk talks 2014

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      I’ve almost been with RCA for a year- can I get a hoorah?! 2014 has been rough and wonderful all at the same time- I’ll let my choices speak to that.

    2. Staff Blog : Sean’s Top Ten Weird Albums Of 2014

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      This year I have spent plenty of time focusing on listening to as much music as possible. I have spanned a vast majority of genres and bands in my journey. This has also allowed me to be creative and have a variety of top ten’s that are creative and force me to think about everything that I listened to this year. I have already created a top 12 list for metal albums and I wanted to shed light on other albums that other people may have not heard but need to, for the sake of listening to something different. What defines a ‘weird’ album? Well to me it is an album that includes a lot of experimentation, different instruments and not following one style of music. Take a listen to the albums I list here and it may make more sense along the way!

    3. Staff Blog : Joe’s Top 10 List

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      I wish I could have picked 20 albums this year as there was so much good music in 2014. These albums however resonated the most with me and should be must haves in anyone’s catalog!

    4. News : Keeping Warm Charity Show: STYG and BAAO

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      This weekend, Stick To Your Guns and Being As An Ocean will be hauling up the West Coast for a few charity shows, with proceeds going to the Wildlife Defence League. Trial and Seattle band To The Wind will also be performing at tomorrow night’s show at Hawthorne Theater in Portland, and on Sunday at El Corazon in Seattle as well. Tickets for the Seattle show start at $12!

    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 : Joyfield Headlines Pinktober At Hard Rock Seattle

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      Though October is already well under way, it’s not too late to let the people know: all throughout the month, Hard Rock Cafe Seattle will be donating a portion of their live music proceeds to Susan G. Komen.

    7. News : The Honda Civic Tour At The Showbox

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      This week, on the 9th, the 2014 Honda Civic Tour will be coming through Seattle’s Showbox, featuring The Mowgli’s, Echosmith, and radio hit American Authors! Tickets are still available, and start at $18 online. With a trio of rising artists like this, $18 is a steal: any of these three bands will likely come back with more recognition (and higher ticket prices). Find out more on the Facebook event page, and snag those tickets while ya can.

    8. News : LTDISMB Announce Late Summer Tour

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      Lo There Do I See My Brother has posted late Summer tour dates, including a bunch in the PNW: Tacoma 8/22, Centralia 8/23, Seattle 8/24, Boise 8/25, Eugene 9/7, and Portland 9/8. Pow.

    9. Staff Blog : My Top Five Albums Halfway Through 2014 – Sean

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      Here is a look at what has kept me happy this year.

    10. Gallery : Cayetana, Pup, Lemuria, and The Menzingers At El Corazon 6/17

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      Earlier this week, Scranton quartet The Menzingers brought their headlining Rented World Tour to Seattle’s El Corazon to push the new album of the same title. Supported by Philly band Cayetana, Buffalo trio Lemuria, and Toronto punk hotshots Pup on this national trip, Rented World is being sowed to the masses. New Orleans Topshelf Artist Donovan Wolfington was simultaneously headlining in the El Co lounge, so it was a thoroughly busy night for the venerable building.