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    1. News : Save The Neve Mixing Console!

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      Seattle’s legendary London Bridge Studios is calling for help in saving The Neve, the vintage mixing console that was involved in recording Pearl Jam, Soundgarden, Alice in Chains, Blind Melon and more. The campaign is up on Indiegogo, where a bunch of sweet supporter rewards and the campaign video are posted. Check it out, and consider supporting a cool cause (and maybe get your name etched onto the restored Neve console!


    2. News : Emery Launches Campaign For Seventh Studio Album ‘You Were Never Alone’

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      Seattle’s best and brightest sextet Emery just launched a campaign to raise funds for their seventh studio album, ‘You Were Never Alone’. The goal is to raise $50,000 to cover all recording, mixing, mastering, printing, and distribution of the new album, and of course, the band is offering all sorts of goodies for supporters. The campaign is a bit over 20% of the way there with 44 days left to donate. Watch the introductory video below, and of course, support the campaign on the BadChristian website!


    3. News : Candysound Launches Kickstarter To Master And Release ‘Now + Then’

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      Bellingham indie quartet Candysound has finished recording their upcoming album ‘Now + Then’, and just launched a Kickstarter campaign for an entirely attainable $500 to master and duplicate the record. The band hopes to have the process wrapped up by the end of April, and by the looks of their campaign progress so far, they’re right on track. Campaign support packages include love and gratitude, buttons and stickers, kitten t-shirts, house shows, and of course, physical copies of the new record. Very cool. Hit up the Candysound campaign on Kickstarter, and keep an eye out for more coverage on this sweet PNW band right here at RCA!


    4. News : Verlaine Launches Campaign To Help Finish Debut Album

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      In an effort to complete their debut full-length by March of this year, Verlaine is calling on friends and fans to help with the cost of producing and distributing the record. There are three tiers of support, and each come with cool prizes like an autographed copy of the final vinyl, handwritten ‘thank you’ notes, signed posters, and donor names in the album liner! Check out the campaign on the Verlaine website, and keep up with band news on Facebook!


    5. News : Children 18:3 Launch KickStarter Campaign For Final CD

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      Sadly, longtime Tooth & Nail punk rock band Children 18:3 are calling it quits with a final album. The band is calling on fans for $25,000 to produce, record, and distribute the record. Read on for more on the situation, and be sure to visit and donate to the campaign on KickStarter!


    6. News : All Together Skatepark IndieGogo Campaign

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      All Together Skatepark is a local Indiegogo campaign on the verge of being funded, fundraising to revamp and reopen the last indoor skate park in Seattle, Inner Space. Located in Fremont, the campaign has raised over $31,000 of the $35,000 goal to renovate, reopen, and maintain the facility. The campaign and all of its awesome pledge prizes close in the next two days, so be sure to watch the overview video below and help open All Together Skatepark on the ATS Indiegogo pledge page!


    7. News : The Classic Crime Launches Kickstarter for ‘What Was Done: Volume One’

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      To celebrate a decade together, The Classic Crime has launched a Kickstarter campaign asking fans to help them record and produce ‘What Was Done: Volume One’, an album of acoustics, B-sides, and new songs. Check out the Kickstarter campaign video below, the campaign page itself (already about 1/5 of the way to its $15,000 goal), and pledge to support one of Seattle’s most beloved rock bands!


    8. News : Robbie Negrin of The Classic Crime to Sing in Public to Fundraise for Stolen Gear

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      Robbie Negrin of Seattle’s The Classic Crime recently found that his apartment was robbed this past weekend, losing his rent money, his computer, and his hard drive with all of his The Classic Crime videos and photos. To replace what was lost, Negrin has posted a Dare for himself on new “daring” site Darelicious. The $1,500 challenge: to sing Carly Rae Jepsen’s hit single Call Me Maybe all over Seattle in major landmarks, film the performances, and post it for all to see. The Dare has already passed 1/3 fundraising.