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    1. News : PREMIERE – Lo’ There Do I See My Brother “Twenty Three”

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      If you’ve followed us for a while, chances are you’ve heard us raving about Tacoma post-rock powerhouse Lo’ There Do I See My Brother (or LTDISMB, for short…er). This talented collective released a towering masterpiece early in 2015 titled Northern Shore, and the gang has played a string of shows in support of the new album. We are honored to be hosting the premiere of a new music video for “Twenty Three”, the aching fifth (and probably my favorite) track off Northern Shore that bisects the album with its tender strummings and Adam Wolbert’s gentle vocal work. Take a watch or three below, and catch LTDISMB next week at the 2015 Vans Warped Tour in Auburn!

    2. News : Lo’ There, To The Wind, The Bombshelter, and Moments At Louie G’s 1/31

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      This weekend, Lo’ There Do I See My Brother will be celebrating their brand new record Northern Shore by performing it front to back at Louie G’s in Fife! Washington bands To The Wind, The Bomb Shelter, Pig Snout, and our very own Moments will also be performing! Tickets are $10 at the door for this all-ages show, with doors opening at 6:30 and the bands starting at 7PM. Don’t miss this fun night of local music (and PIZZA)! For more information, head to the Facebook event page.

    3. : Stream Moments’ New EP “The Scenic Route”

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      Our friend and booker Joe Bosslet’s new band Moments just put up their debut EP on SoundCloud. I had a first look at it last night on KGRG’s The Post, and it blew me away. Their next show will be at Louie G’s in Fife with Lo’ There Do I See My Brother, To The Wind, The Bomb Shelter, and more.

    4. Album Reviews : Lo’ There Do I See My Brother – Northern Shore

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      Pacific Northwest musicians have been telling me for ages to listen to Lo’ There Do I See My Brother, but it wasn’t until a copy of the much-anticipated Northern Shore dropped into my inbox that I had a chance to actually listen.

    5. News : Stream LTDISMB’s New Single “At The End Of All Things”

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      Post rockers, rejoice. Washington’s heralds of the genre Lo’ There Do I See My Brother have their new single up, a roaring song titled “At The End Of All Things”. The track is taken from the upcoming record Northern Shore, due out mid-January 2015. Check out the song on Bandcamp, and keep an eye out for our early review of the record in the next few weeks!

    6. 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.

    7. 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.

    8. News : New Music Roundup, Friday Edition

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      It’s that time again when a whole slew of new songs, live recordings, and remixes are being posted. Here’s a glimpse at what’s new this week in the Pacific Northwest music scene!