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In case you missed it, here are some snapshots from our Inlander music extravaganza.

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We wanted Volume — the local music extravaganza we hosted last week at the Knitting Factory — to be crazy, and it was. Everyone brought it, from the renegade marching band, tribal dancers, a troupe of burlesque performers, a woman eating glass, showers of glitter, Cookie Monster, the Pink Panther, five badass local bands and most importantly, nearly 800 people going nuts in the crowd. It was a night to remember. Thanks Spokane. See you there next year!

Check out all our Bands to Watch coverage here. For all of our local music coverage, go here.

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