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  • Dream House
  • Dream House

    How restoring a historic home birthed one of Spokane’s most promising new bands
      We’ve all fantasized about quitting our day jobs to find our true calling. While most people never get to try the experiment, Damian Putney did what most people only dream of. He quit one profes
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  • Home Is Wherever I’m With You
  • Home Is Wherever I’m With You

    The Ascetic Junkies’ down-home approach to life on the road
      Listening to the songs of Portland quartet the Ascetic Junkies, it’s clear they were written with a lot of love. Banjo twangs, glockenspiel chimes and guitar suggest a flare for the dramatic on
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  • Hello, Summertime
  • Hello, Summertime

    In its eighth year, Elkfest takes over Browne's Addition this weekend, and welcomes in the best season of the year.
      Outside drinking? A whole day of live music? That’s a little bit of what you’ll find this weekend at Elkfest €” the beloved weekend-long music festival that turns Browne’s Addition into a gymnasium of hipsters old and young who just want to cool out with a beer and some tunes.
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  • Get on the Caravan
  • Get on the Caravan

    The Dave Matthews Band's Gorge show just got a hell of a lot better.
      What new can be said about the Dave Matthews Band’s annual late-summer lovefest at the Gorge? If you’re a fan, you’re going — for the fifth or fifteenth time. But even if you’re not a DMB fan, this year’s caravan is worth a look — the three-day fest, which stops at the Gorge over Labor Day weekend, has a new format.
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  • Business As Usual
  • Business As Usual

    Meet Jared Mees: musician by night, music mogul by day.
      But then there’s Jared Mees, the living contradiction to the rule. In addition to heading Jared Mees and the Grown Children, the Portland resident runs a successful small label and store called Tender Loving Empire with his wife, Brianne.
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  • Adapta-band
  • Adapta-band

    The Stone Foxes know a thing or two about the trials of the open road.
      “We were in Crested Butte, and we were running late,” says band member Aaron Mort. “Google Maps recommended we take some road to save an hour and a half. The road turned out to be a dirt road, which then turned into a very bumpy, narrow dirt road with cliffs on one side.
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  • Ping Pong Pop
  • Ping Pong Pop

    How K Records popsters Nucular Aminals avoid boredom on the road.
      They specialize in “dirty pop, angry pop, pissed pop, [and] grumpy pop.” Though Nucular Aminals’ biography warns not to let “intentional misspellings and large, welcoming spectacles deceive you,” their fuzzy guitar tones, noodling synthesizers and interesting Google results prove they have fun with what they do.
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  • Out of the Dark
  • Out of the Dark

    After six years of performing, local favorite Kevin Long is finally releasing an album.
      What are some of the big influences on this album? The tone of this record is pretty dark. I spent a long time being an alcoholic, and being a drug addict, and I’m not anymore. I mean, I still am at my core, but I’ve been sober for almost two years. And that’s the only reason why I got a record done, really.
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  • Long-Haul Rockers
  • Long-Haul Rockers

    Longtime Seattle band the Purrs give a little advice on how to rock for life.
      "We were just saying that after we release our next record we’ll be able to buy an island — a kitchen island,” cracks Jima, frontman of long-running Seattle psych-pop band the Purrs. With a tumbler of Maker’s Mark in front of him, straggly bangs brushed across his forehead, Jima looks every bit the veteran of the garage band trenches.
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  • Self-Made Band
  • Self-Made Band

    Point Juncture, WA is practicing the sound — and lifestyle — of a bygone era: the ’90s.
      The Northwest music scene has changed a lot in the decade that Portland quartet Point Juncture, WA has been together. Nowadays, you can hardly walk down the street without stumbling over a bearded tro
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  • Dr. Feelgood
  • Dr. Feelgood

    To some, William Fitzsimmons' songs aren't music. They’re therapy.
      But Jacksonville is also a town with some interesting cultural history. It’s close to where Abraham Lincoln lived, and Mary Todd used to enjoy shopping there. It’s the childhood home of Ken Norton, the only boxer ever to break Muhammad Ali’s jaw. It’s been memorialized by Sufjan Stevens on Illinois.
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  • Mountain Girl
  • Mountain Girl

    Shenandoah Davis's life — and career — read like a fable.
      “After a childhood spent being homeschooled by her mother at the foothills of the Adirondack Mountains,” as the bio on her label’s website explains, “Shenandoah Davis began teaching herself piano at the age of 3.
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