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Seattle-based Northwest music source established in 2005
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    1. Local Spotlight : The Wild Things

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      You may have heard rumblings lately around town of a new “supergroup” forming. Well, it’s The Wild Things. Brandon “Bird” Ereth and Chad Keller of Monsters Scare You!, Cody Freiburger of Keeping Secrets, Leo Martin of Moneta, and Preston McDonald of Sky Pilot have joined forces to create this new rock band, and they’re making moves. Now in the studio working on their debut album, Joe Bosslet and I had a chance to catch this veteran band’s first show at the Nectar Lounge on 12/11. Keep on the lookout for our show recap of the Seventh Annual Classic Christmas!


    2. News : Announcing – The Wild Things

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      Members of four major Seattle bands have bound together to form The Wild Things, an exciting new quintet already in the studio with their debut album. The band features former members of Monsters Scare You!, Moneta, Sky Pilot, and Keeping Secrets. This all-star lineup will release their first single in December, a song aptly titled “Can’t Hardly Wait”, and will play their first show together with The Classic Crime at the Nectar Lounge 12/11.


    3. News : Stream An Unreleased Monsters Scare You Song

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      Even though Monsters Scare You isn’t with us any longer, the band released a previously unheard song titled ‘It’d Be Cooler If You Did’ on SoundCloud. Stream it up, MSY or die!


    4. News : Pick Up Tickets For Monsters Scare You’s FAREWELL SHOW 3/15

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      It’s with heavy hearts that we formally bid Monsters Scare You goodbye. The long-running Seattle sextet has made a name for itself in the PNW, fusing post-hardcore and screamo with electronica and putting out a couple sweet releases. Come see this band off on Saturday, 3/15, at El Corazon for only $10 advance. MSY will share the stage with other notable local acts, including Keeping Secrets, Pink Bead, Prestige, Reach For The Sky, and We The Audience.