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  • Ready for the Funeral
  • Ready for the Funeral

    The death of Empyrean is a major blow to the Spokane music scene.
      “Chrisy really wanted to open a coffee shop,” Michelle says. “She’d say, ‘If I ever opened a coffee shop, I’d want it to be like Empyrean.’” “Michelle and I had traveled to Czech Republic, and they had all these great little coffee shops that were bars,” Chrisy says.
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  • Friends of the Empyrean compilation
  • Friends of the Empyrean compilation

    Empyrean makes a mix-tape to ease the transition
      There’s a little of everything here. Bodhi Drip serves a sloppy slice of garage funk dripping with Zappa. Henry Nordstrom and Vaughn Wood thrust us into introspective melancholia. Imperial Sparks’ diverse instrumentation pick us up. Jedidiah the Pilot throws us against the wall.
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  • Same Place, New Space
  • Same Place, New Space

    Empyrean’s sprinkler problems are out of the way — but will its new location just pose a host of new problems?
      At the beginning of 2010, Empyrean’s soft, cushy chairs, wooden tables, espresso machines and teacups will have a new home: seven blocks away to the corner of Second Avenue and Washington, a venue known for years as the Big Dipper.
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  • Rock Out with your Block Out

      by LUKE BAUMGARTEN & r & & r & & lt;span class= & quot;dropcap & quot; & N & lt;/span & either Chrisy Riddle nor Zac Fairbanks expected this kind of response. In mid-April, the Empyrean owner and her sound-man-slash-shot-slinger sat down to brainstorm their dream summer-concert bill. Th
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