Every Man for Himself 

Spokane’s Electronic Dance Music fans may support national DJs, but local acts are left fighting for limited limelight

Last March, neon-clad droves of sweaty, cake-covered kids poured out of the Knitting Factory doors. The cold night air served as a stabilizer for the Steve Aoki set they’d just witnessed inside. For the previous few hours, the crowd had danced…

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