Rain City Ambience

Seattle-based Northwest music source established in 2005
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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. News : Help Animals AND Hear Amanda Markley’s New Song “Jealousy”

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      Seattle singer/songwriter Amanda Markley has put up a new single, “Jealousy”, and is donating funds toward helping animals during their adoption process through Cadence & Cause. Well, we love music, we love animals, and we love Amanda Markley, so head on over to donate and read more about her goal (already nearing the 1/5th mark!)

    3. 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.

    4. News : Night Argent With Charming Liars At The Funhouse Lounge 5/31

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      Pasco, WA band Night Argent will be sharing the stage with Charming Liars and Amanda Markley this Sunday, 5/31, at El Co’s Funhouse Lounge. We’re excited about Night Argent and 2015 is shaping up to be a big year for these pop rockers. Tickets start at $8 and are available on the El Co calendar! Check out the video for “Nothing More Beautiful”, the critically acclaimed music video released in February of this year.

    5. Interview : Amanda Markley

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      Growing up, being a musician was not what Amanda Markley had in mind. The Seattle singer/songwriter’s first love was riding horses, with hopes of going to the Olympics someday. Her horse-riding career was over and her world was shattered when she was diagnosed with stress fractures in her back. This sent her into a season of depression and uncertainty, where she coped by writing down her feelings during this time in a journal. Little did she know, this journaling and writing would someday be songs and she would find a new love: playing music.