Elonzo shines yet again with true Rock and Roll and Heart with their latest album Salt in the Wound. Flesh on the Bone..
The final night ends with a variety of musicians, including The Maldives, Dana Buoy, Diego’s Umbrella, and award nominee Devotchka.
(Photo: Kevin Louie)
Downtown Seattle continued to boast more great lineups that included The Swearengens, Ravenna Woods, Neil Halstead, and Cody Beebe & The Crooks.
(Photo: Holly Clark)
An impressive roster of musicians played on the second night of City Arts, including The New Law, Alison Sudol of A Fine Frenzy, Dusty 45s, and the Ghostland Observatory Laser show.
Hip hop and rock kick off the festival in Seattle, and Talking Heads founder David Byrne and St. Vincent headline the 5th Avenue Theater.
LiLa releases their third album, aptly titled III, and continues to influence the Triangle’s music scene with their continued growth and clever lyrics.
Wilmington, N.C. band Folkstar debuts Emotional Bootcamp, which showcases their well-crafted combination of West Coast indie rock and Southern acoustic arrangements.
(Photo: Karmic Fury Records)