This Coast explores the artistic processes that those in the music, film, and cultural domains incorporate into both their individual and collective endeavors. From authors to painters to filmmakers, This Coast aims to bring to the table the discovery of new musicians, art galleries, and independent film festivals.
Through interviews, we are able to discuss with these individuals how they pushed their creative limits to better themselves and the respective genre that they are working in. With each new project, album, art exhibit, or film, we are happily able to explore and lose ourselves in each creative endeavor. This Coast wants to introduce those who are not only local or fresh-faced, but that will bring about progress to the realms which they work in.
This Coast not only provides discussions with such creative folk, we also provide the latest news coverage on projects and tours, which enable you to see and hear them for yourselves.
As a constant work in progress, This Coast will continue to not only evolve as needed to keep up with the latest information available, but we will aim to provide you with links to other sources we find useful and entertaining. We understand the need for in-depth information and continue to work our hardest to fulfill those information voids.
As two people who live on opposite coasts, we cover our respective cities and regions, which include Seattle and the Triangle in North Carolina. While This Coast continues to grow and attain more loyal readers, we will expand to include other locales that are applicable to the news we are covering. We are an all volunteer staff and work to bring you up to the date coverage while maintaining our respective lives. We consider our grassroots aspect to be an important facet in what makes This Coast great, and we hope that brings a level of understanding to our process and work ethic.
This Coast aims to be an ever evolving source for independent music, film, and culture located in our respective regions. We hope you continue to follow us on this amazing journey.
—M. Thornton, Founder and Editor-in-chief
— J. Stanford, Seattle contributor
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