Tuesday, October 16, 2018

WOTS Version 181 with Natasha from Razor Clam

Today on the podcast I talked with Natasha Lumba of Razor Clam.  I asked Natasha a bunch of question including but not limited to:

•How was your experience with Art Zone?
•When listening to music what is the most common way you listen and what is your favorite way to listen?
•When you buy music what is the most common way you do it? Why?
•What music is currently getting you excited, what’s in heavy rotation for you? Why do you like it?
•What is your all time favorite music/band/musical artist
•How do you define support? What do you think of?
•Do or did your parents support your music? If so give an example, if not why not?
•When and how did you feel the most supported being a musician? In what way do you like your music to be supported the most?
•How would you describe the Seattle music scene and community?
•What has been the best moment of performing creating being a musician in Seattle?
•What is one thing you would like to see changed about the Seattle NW music community?
•How do you define success?
•How tied to feeling successful with your life is feeling successful with music?
•What are your current goals?
•Are you satisfied with what you've accomplished (in music) so far
•If for some reason you could no longer create music what would you do? How would you react?
•What is the struggle? If you could have anything for your music what would it be.
•What are your three wishes?

Featured music:
"ITB" by Razor Clam off Vicious Sea Cows
"There" by Razor Clam off Vicious Sea Cows

Learn more here: https://www.facebook.com/razorclamglam/

You can find, subscribe, rate, and review the podcast on iTunes for iOS, Google Play Music, and Stitcher Radio for Android.


Wednesday, October 10, 2018

WOTS Version 180 with King Leez

Today on the podcasts I caught up with King Leez. I asked Leez a bunch of questions including but not limited to:

•Why were you in Paris?
•What's the plan for the new music?
•When listening to music what is the most common way you listen and what is your favorite way to listen?
•When you buy music what is the most common way you do it? Why?
•What music is currently getting you excited, what’s in heavy rotation for you? Why do you like it?
•What is your all time favorite music/band/musical artist?
•What is your favorite Seattle/NW band/musician/artist?
•How do you define support? What do you think of?
•Do or did your parents support your music? If so give an example, if not why not?
•When and how did you feel the most supported being a musician? In what way do you like your music to be supported the most?
•How would you describe the Northwest music scene and community?
•What has been the best moment of performing creating being a musician in the Northwest?
•What is one thing you would like to see changed about the Northwest music community? People, venues, communication, outlets,
•What advice do you have for a new musician in the Northwest music community.
•How do you define success?
•How tied to feeling successful with your life is feeling successful with music?
•What are your current goals?
•If for some reason you could no longer create music what would you do? How would you react?
•What is the struggle? If you could have anything for your music what would it be?
•You found a genie in a bottle what are your three wishes?

Featured music:
"Dead Presidents" by King Leez
"In My Mode" by King Leez off Supreme Being

Learn more here: https://soundcloud.com/1kingleez

You can find, subscribe, rate, and review the podcast on iTunes for iOS, Google Play Music, and Stitcher Radio for Android.


Tuesday, October 9, 2018

WOTS Version 179 with Katie Kuffel

Today on the podcast I caught up with Katie Kuffel while she is on the east coast leg of her tour. I asked Katie a bunch of questions including but not limited to:

•What are your thoughts about touring?
•What is the "direct to vinyl" project?
•When listening to music what is the most common way you listen and what is your favorite way to listen?
•When you buy music what is the most common way you do it? Why?
•What music is currently getting you excited, what’s in heavy rotation for you? Why do you like it?
•What is your all time favorite music/band/musical artist
•What is your favorite Seattle/NW band/musician/artist
•How do you define support? What do you think of?
•Do or did your parents support your music? If so give an example, if not why not?
•When and how did you feel the most supported being a musician? In what way do you like your music to be supported the most?
•How would you describe the Seattle music scene and community?
•What has been the best moment of performing creating being a musician in Seattle?
•What is one thing you would like to see changed about the Seattle NW music community? People, venues, communication, outlets?
•How do you define success?
•How tied to feeling successful with your life is feeling successful with music?
•What are your current goals?
•Are you satisfied with what you've accomplished (in music) so far?
•How were you able to transition to being a full time musician?
•If for some reason you could no longer create music what would you do? How would you react?
•What is the struggle? If you could have anything for your music what would it be.
•If you could have anything what would it be?

Featured music:
"As The Crow Flies" by Katie Kuffel off Take It Up
"Take It Up" by Katie Kuffel off Take It Up

Learn more here: https://www.katiekuffel.com/

You can find, subscribe, rate, and review the podcast on iTunes for iOS, Google Play Music, and Stitcher Radio for Android.


Friday, October 5, 2018

WOTS Version 178 with Jennifer & Brenden Smith

Today on the podcast I have a five minute video chat and and hour long audio chat with Jennifer and Brenden Smith of Immensity Crumb.  I asked Jennifer and Brenden a bunch of questions including but not limited to:

•How do you balance being married, having kids, and music?
•What is the relationship of playing music at clubs and bars vs. playing music for ministry?
•When listening to music what is the most common way you listen and what is your favorite way to listen?
•When you buy music what is the most common way you do it? Why?
•What is your all time favorite music/band/musical artist
•What is your favorite Seattle/NW band/musician/artist
•How do you define support? What do you think of?
•Do or did your parents support your music? If so give an example, if not why not?
•When and how did you feel the most supported being a musician? In what way do you like your music to be supported the most.
•How would you describe the Seattle music scene and community?
•What has been the best moment of performing creating being a musician in Seattle?
•What is one thing you would like to see changed about the Seattle NW music community? People, venues, communication, outlets,
•How do you define success?
•What are your current goals?
•If for some reason you could no longer create music what would you do? How would you react?
•If you could have anything what would it be?

Featured music:
"Girda And Kay" by Immensity Crumb
"Theme From the Production" by Immensity Crumb

Learn more here: https://www.facebook.com/Immensity-Crumb-1757379297692417/

You can find, subscribe, rate, and review the podcast on iTunes for iOS, Google Play Music, and Stitcher Radio for Android.


Thursday, October 4, 2018

WOTS Version 177 with Tekla Waterfield #2

Today on the podcast we are talking with Tekla Waterfield.  I asked Tekla a bunch of questions including but not limited to:

•Tell us about your vinyl releases show and why we should come.
         Thursday, October 11, 2018 at 8 PM
         https://www.facebook.com/events/164633601071420/
•When listening to music what is the most common way you listen and what is your favorite way to listen?
•When you buy music what is the most common way you do it? Why?
•What music is currently getting you excited, what’s in heavy rotation for you? Why do you like it?
•What is your all time favorite music/band/musical artist
•What is your favorite Seattle/NW band/musician/artist
•How do you define support? What do you think of?
•Do or did your parents support your music? If so give an example, if not why not?
•When and how did you feel the most supported being a musician? In what way do you like your music to be supported the most.
•How would you describe the Seattle music scene and community?
•What has been the best moment of performing creating being a musician in Seattle?
•What is one thing you would like to see changed about the Seattle NW music community? People, venues, communication, outlets,
•What advice do you have for a new musician in the Seattle and NW music community.
•How do you define success?
•How tied to feeling successful with your life is feeling successful with music?
•What are your current goals?
•Are you satisfied with what you've accomplished (in music) so far
•If for some reason you could no longer create music what would you do? How would you react?
•What is the struggle? If you could have anything for your music what would it be.
•If you could have anything what would it be?

Featured music:
"Original Lies" by Tekla Waterfield off The Curtain Falls
"Rock And Roll Man" by Tekla Waterfield off The Curtain Falls

Learn more here: https://www.teklawaterfield.com/

You can find, subscribe, rate, and review the podcast on iTunes for iOS, Google Play Music, and Stitcher Radio for Android.


Tuesday, October 2, 2018

WOTS Version 176 with Kate Lynne Logan

Today on the podcast I called Kate Lynne Logan on the Skype and asked her a bunch of questions!  The questions are including but not limited to:

•What has the intersection of being an mom and an artist been like
•When listening to music what is the most common way you listen and what is your favorite way to listen?
•When you buy music what is the most common way you do it?
•What music is currently getting you excited, what’s in heavy rotation for you?
•What is your all time favorite music/band/musical artist
•What is your favorite Seattle/NW band/musician/artist
•How do you define support? What do you think of?
•Do or did your parents support your music? If so give an example, if not why not?
•When and how did you feel the most supported being a musician? In what way do you like your music to be supported the most.
•How would you describe the Seattle music scene and community?
•What has been the best moment of performing creating being a musician in Seattle?
•How do you define success?
•How tied to feeling successful with your life is feeling successful with music?
•Are you satisfied with what you've accomplished (in music) so far
•If for some reason you could no longer create music what would you do? How would you react?
•What is the struggle? If you could have anything for your music what would it be.
•If you could have anything what would it be?

Featured music:
"Something Good" by Kate Lynne Logan off Sleeping Giants
"Let You Run" by Kate Lynne Logan off Sleeping Giants

Learn more here: https://katelynnelogan.bandcamp.com/

You can find, subscribe, rate, and review the podcast on iTunes for iOS, Google Play Music, and Stitcher Radio for Android.


Tuesday, September 25, 2018

WOTS Version 175 with Anna St. Lee

Today on the podcast we talk to Anna St. Lee of the band Datenite.  I asked Anna a bunch of questions including but not limited to:

•What High School did you attend and what was your favorite, worst, or most notable memory from you experience in the school?
•Why did you move to Seattle? What was your expectation vs the reality of Seattle?
•When listening to music what is the most common way you listen and what is your favorite way to listen?
•When you buy music what is the most common way you do it?
•What music is currently getting you excited, what’s in heavy rotation for you?
•How do you define support? What do you think of?
•Do or did your parents support your music? If so give an example, if not why not?
•How do you like to be supported as a musician?
•How would you describe the Seattle music scene and community?
•What has been the best moment of performing creating being a musician in Seattle?
•What is one thing you would like to see changed about the Seattle NW music community? People, venues, communication, outlets,
•How do you define success?
•How tied to feeling successful with your life is feeling successful with music?
•What are your current goals?
•Are you satisfied with what you've accomplished (in music) so far

I hope you enjoyed getting to know Anna as much as I did.

Featured music:
"Mama" by Anna St. Lee Live at Fremont Abbey
"Lonesome Blues" by Datenite

Learn more here: https://www.facebook.com/datenitemusic/

You can find, subscribe, rate, and review the podcast on iTunes for iOS, Google Play Music, and Stitcher Radio for Android.


Monday, September 24, 2018

WOTS Version 174 with Ben Hilzinger

Today on the podcast we talked to Ben Hilzinger northwest native and drummer for Eve 6 and Fitness. I asked Ben a bunch of questions including but not limited to:

•What High School did you attend and what was your favorite, worst, or most notable memory from you experience in the school?
•What do you think of the start of the Seahawks season?
•LA vs Seattle?
•Why are you no longer playing with ESA?
•What bands are you in now?
•When listening to music what is the most common way you listen and what is your favorite way to listen?
•When you buy music what is the most common way you do it?
•What music is currently getting you excited, what’s in heavy rotation for you?
•What is your all time favorite music/band/musical artist
•What is your favorite Seattle/NW band/musician/artist
•How do you define support? What do you think of?
•Do or did your parents support your music? If so give an example, if not why not?
•How would you describe the Seattle music scene and community?
•What is one thing you would like to see changed about the Seattle NW music community? People, venues, communication, outlets,
•What was your best experience in the Seattle/NW music community?
•What is your favorite Seattle venue?
•How do you define success? What do you think of?
•How tied to feeling successful with your life is feeling successful with music?
•Are you satisfied with what you've accomplished (in music) so far?
•If for some reason you could no longer create music what would you do? How would you react?

Featured music:
“Kings & Queens“ by Ever So Android off Castles
“Sing” by Fitness off Karate

Learn more here: https://www.instagram.com/benhilzinger/

You can find, subscribe, rate, and review the podcast on iTunes for iOS, Google Play Music, Stitcher Radio and for Android.


Tuesday, September 18, 2018

WOTS Version 173 with Hi Crime

Today on the podcast I talk to Brielle Rutledge and Mitch Etter of the band Hi Crime.  I asked Brielle and Mitch a bunch of questions including but not limited to:

•What High School did you attend and what was your favorite, worst, or most notable memory from you experience in the school?
•Why did you go on tour?
•When listening to music what is the most common way you listen and what is your favorite way to listen?
•When you buy music what is the most common way you do it?
•What music is currently getting you excited, what’s in heavy rotation for you?
•What is your all time favorite music/band/musical artist
•What is your favorite Seattle/NW band/musician/artist
•How do you define success?
•How tied to feeling successful with your life is feeling successful with music?
•What is your current endgame for your carrier as a musician?
•How do you define support?
•Do your parents support your music? If so give an example, if not why not?
•How would you describe the Seattle music scene and community?
•What was your best experience in the Seattle/NW music community?
•What is one thing you would like to see changed about the Seattle NW music community? People, venues, communication, outlets,
•If you could have anything you want what would it be?

I hope you enjoy getting to know Brielle and Mitch as much as I did.

Featured music:
"Wait" by Hi Crime off The Kids Still Got It
"Predators" by Hi Crime off The Kids Still Got It

Learn more here: https://www.instagram.com/hicrimemusic/

You can find, subscribe, rate, and review the podcast on iTunes for iOS, Google Play Music, Stitcher Radio and for Android.

Go Fund Me: https://www.gofundme.com/x2ypjj-new-computer


Monday, September 17, 2018

WOTS Version 172 with Maklak

Today on the podcast we have a Skype call with Maklak.  Mikel Perkins (vocals, guitar, drums), Scott Stewart (guitar), David Wending (bass) got on the horn with me and answered a bunch of questions including but not limited to:

•When listening to music what is the most common way you listen and what is your favorite way to listen?
•When you buy music what is the most common way you do it?
•What music is currently getting you excited, what’s in heavy rotation for you?
•What is your all time favorite music/band/musical artist
•what is your favorite Seattle/NW band/musician/artist
•How do you define success? (not allowed to say happiness)
•How do you define support?
•Do your parents support your music? If so give an example, if not why not?
•How would you describe the Seattle music scene and community?
•What is one thing you would like to see changed about the Seattle NW music community?

I hope you enjoy getting to know Maklak as much as I did.

Featured music:
“Slug Mass” by Maklak off Age of Anxiety
“Caddy Shack” by Maklak off Age of Anxiety

Learn more here: https://maklak.bandcamp.com/

You can find, subscribe, rate, and review the podcast on iTunes for iOS, Google Play Music, and Stitcher Radio for Android.

Support the podcast via Go Fund Me: https://www.gofundme.com/x2ypjj-new-computer



Thursday, August 30, 2018

WOTS Version 170 - Local Show Preview Show #9 WOTS Radio #24

Local Show Preview Show #9!!!! For the month of September!!!! Or should I say day of September 8th…

Make sure you post a comment on the Word On the Street Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/wordonthestreetpodcast comments are my oxygen!!! Thanks!

Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thezim

Saturday September 8th 2018 9pm Slims Last Chance (10:00)
https://www.facebook.com/events/2121840661159405/

Crazy Eyes
https://crazyeyes.bandcamp.com/
Stereo Creeps
https://stereocreeps.bandcamp.com/
The Deadrones
https://thedeadrones.bandcamp.com/
Quiet
https://xxquietxx.bandcamp.com/

Saturday September 8th 2018 8pm Nectar Lounge (36:00)
https://www.facebook.com/events/445617655932914/

SKERIK BAND
The Cumbieros
https://www.facebook.com/TheCumbieros/
Trolls Cottage
http://www.trollscottage.com/

Saturday September 8th 2018 9pm Sunset Tavern (1:01:43)
https://www.facebook.com/events/2198441817065395/

Heels To The Hardwood
https://heelstothehardwood.bandcamp.com/
James Anaya & The Current
https://jamesanaya.bandcamp.com/



Monday, August 27, 2018

WOTS Version 171 with The Æ-List

Today on the podcast we talk to Aeon Corvidae and Jim Dicus of The Æ-List. The Æ-List is an interview series of musicians around Seattle on YouTube and Facebook.  We got some insights into how The Æ-List started, how it's going and it's plans for the future.  We also got to know Aeon and Jim better as we asked them a bunch of questions about the music and the Seattle music community. I hope you enjoy this conversation as much as I did.

Featured music:
“Hide And Peek” by Stereo Creeps
"Ride Your Bike bb" by Spinster

Learn more here:
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pg/TheAeList
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVuhyzSabBMWpECNyN05VFQ

Support the Word On the Street Podcast:

Wednesday, July 25, 2018

WOTS Version 169 - Local Show Preview Show #8 WOTS Radio #23

Local Show Preview Show #8!!!! For the month of August!!!!

Make sure you post a comment on the Word On the Street Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/wordonthestreetpodcast comments are my oxygen!!! Thanks!

Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thezim

Friday, August 3rd 2018 at 9 PM Conor Byrne Pub (11:07)
https://www.facebook.com/events/1888504884504773/

Mojo Riot
https://soundcloud.com/user-61828054
Darci Carlson
https://darcicarlsonmusic.bandcamp.com/
Carlene Crawford And The City Lights
https://soundcloud.com/user-345412031

Thursday, August 16th 2018 at 8 PM The Sunset (33:55)
https://www.facebook.com/events/891297181058433/

Hi Crime
https://hicrime.bandcamp.com/
The Bailey Range
https://thebaileyrange.bandcamp.com/
Monitor
https://soundcloud.com/monitortheband

Friday, Aug 24th at 7 PM to Saturday, Aug 26th 2018 at 12 AM All Pilgrims Christian Church (49:24)
https://www.facebook.com/events/173975386661090/

Kimo Muraki
https://kimomurakimusic.bandcamp.com/
Patrick Galactic
https://patrickgalactic.bandcamp.com/
Tekla Jasmine Waterfield
https://teklawaterfield.bandcamp.com/



Monday, June 25, 2018

Tuesday, May 29, 2018

WOTS Version 167 - Local Show Preview Show #6 WOTS Radio #21

Local Show Preview Show #6!!!! For the month of June!!!!

Make sure you post a comment on the Word On the Street Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/wordonthestreetpodcast comments are my oxygen!!! Thanks!

Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thezim

Friday - Sunday, June 1 - 3 at 7 PM 2018 Substation (14:09)
https://www.facebook.com/pg/downstreammusicfest

Day 1 https://www.facebook.com/events/1704697362929271/

Mind Beams
https://mindbeams.bandcamp.com

Day 2 https://www.facebook.com/events/158701578133846/

Whispah The Ruler
https://www.facebook.com/Whispertheruler/

Day 3 https://www.facebook.com/events/408275939620584/

Visceral Candy
https://visceralcandy.bandcamp.com

Wednesday, June 13 at 7 PM 2018 KEXP (32:00)
https://www.facebook.com/events/585765181802024/

Among Authors
https://amongauthors.bandcamp.com/
Sassyblack
https://sassyblack.bandcamp.com
Katie Kuffel
https://katiekuffel.bandcamp.com

Friday, June 15 at 7 PM 2018 The Crocodile (45:41)
https://www.facebook.com/events/383639622154393/

Gabriel Wolfchild & The Northern Light
https://www.facebook.com/pg/gabrielwolfchild
Devin Sinha
http://music.devinsinha.com/
Katie Kuffel
https://katiekuffel.bandcamp.com

Friday, June 29 at 7 PM 2018 Redmond Old Fire House Teen Center (1:05:12)
https://www.facebook.com/events/364883380670945/

LocoMotive
https://locomotive.bandcamp.com/
Splitting Silence
https://splittingsilence.bandcamp.com/
Butter Boy
https://www.facebook.com/ButterBoyOriginal/



Thursday, April 26, 2018

Thursday, April 19, 2018

WOTS Version 165 with Bradford Loomis

Today we are back with an interview! This time with Bradford Loomis.  Bradford came to Studio Twelve Hundred while on tour.  We talked about moving out of the Seattle community to Nashville and why, song writing vs. performing, the importance of social media and so much more.  I hope you enjoy this conversation as much as I did. (The interview starts at 12:15)

Featured music:
"Drive You Home" by Bradford Loomis off Bravery and the Bell
"Across the Divide" by Bradford Loomis off Bravery and the Bell

Learn more here: http://www.bradfordloomis.com/

You can find, subscribe, rate, and review the podcast on iTunes for iOS, Google Play Music, Stitcher Radio and Spreaker for Android.

Patreon  https://www.patreon.com/thezim
YouTube http://youtube.com/thezimvideo


Thursday, March 29, 2018

WOTS Version 164 - Local Show Preview Show #4 WOTS Radio #19

Local Show Preview Show #4!!!! We are debuting two songs from the Seattle/NW community!!! Stereo Creeps and Tekla Waterfield have brand new music coming out in April!

Make sure you post a comment on the Word On the Street Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/wordonthestreetpodcast comments are my oxygen!!! Thanks!

Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thezim

Thursday, April 5 at 7 PM 2018 Substation (7:11)
https://www.facebook.com/events/231679760713833/

Deb Montgomery
www.facebook.com/DebMontgomeryMusic/
Lucas Tayne
https://www.facebook.com/lucastaynemusic/
Crystal Fuzz
https://www.facebook.com/CrystalFuzz/
5J Barrow (NY,NY)
https://www.facebook.com/5jBarrow/
Jenna Fields
https://www.facebook.com/JennaFieldsMusic/
Wes Sp8
https://www.facebook.com/wessp8/
TBASA
www.facebook.com/TBASAMUSIC/

Friday, April 6 at 7:30 PM 2018 Fremont Abby (26:57)
https://www.facebook.com/events/825664547618842/

Correo Aereo
http://correoaereo.us/
The Pazific
https://thepazific.com/

Saturday, April 21 at 8 PM 2018 Substation (46:00)
https://www.facebook.com/events/404836779989392/

Stereo Creeps*** Song debut!!!!
https://stereocreeps.bandcamp.com/
KLAW
https://klawseattle.bandcamp.com/
Uncle Lord
https://unclelord.bandcamp.com/
STAHV
https://stahv.bandcamp.com/

Saturday, April 21 at 9 PM 2018 Sunset Tavern (1:04:35)
https://www.facebook.com/events/474394139703311/

Tekla Waterfield*** Song debut!!!!
https://www.teklawaterfield.com/
Lenore
https://www.lenoresings.com/
Heather Thomas
https://www.heatherthomasmusic.com/



Monday, February 26, 2018

WOTS Version 163 - Local Show Preview Show #3 WOTS Radio #18

Local Show Preview Show #3!!!!

Make sure you post a comment on the Word On the Street Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/wordonthestreetpodcast comments are my oxygen!!! Thanks!

Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thezim

Saturday, March 3rd at 9 PM 2018 Tractor Tavern (8:25)
https://www.facebook.com/events/1889113324463990/

Heels To The Hardwood
http://www.heelstothehardwood.com/
Tyler Edward
http://www.tyleredwardsmusic.com/
The Talbott Brothers
https://www.thetalbottbrothers.com/

Wednesday, March 14 at 8 PM 2018 Tacoma Dome Wallingford Annex (26:36)
https://www.facebook.com/events/330993467392731/

Dusty
https://soundsdusty.bandcamp.com/
Actionesse
https://actionesse.bandcamp.com/
Medium Weekend
https://godsagshispants.bandcamp.com/album/notch
Evan Captain

Friday, March 16 at 8 PM 2018 High Dive (47:33)
https://www.facebook.com/events/585282241817052/

Another Perfect Crime
http://www.anotherperfectcrime.com/
Stereo Embers
http://www.stereoembers.com/STEREO_EMBERS/Home.html
hourglasses
https://hourglassesband.bandcamp.com/

Saturday, March 31 at 9 PM 2018 High Dive (1:09:13)
https://www.facebook.com/events/187370098524668/

Down North
https://downnorth.bandcamp.com/
Northern Shakedown
http://www.northernshakedown.com/
DBST
https://www.dbstband.com/


Tuesday, January 30, 2018

WOTS Version 162 - Local Show Preview Show #2 WOTS Radio #17

Local Show Preview Show #2 coming at you!!!!

P.S. make sure you post a comment on the Word On the Street Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/wordonthestreetpodcast comments are my oxygen!!! Thanks!

Friday February 2nd at 8 PMF 2nd 2018 Neumos

Rust on the Rails
Locomotive
Massy Ferguson

Thursday, February 8th at 8 PM 2018 Tractor Tavern

High Pulp
Breaks & Swells
The Backslide Gospel

Saturday, February 10th at 9 PM 2018 Tractor Tavern

Ten Miles Wide
Devils Hunt Me Down
Chrome Lakes
Pachinko Royale

Saturday, February 24th at 6 PM - 11 PM Real Art Tacoma

Marrowstone
Lo' There 
newbrighton 
Nación De Humo
Save Bandit 


Thursday, January 25, 2018

WOTS Version 161 with Jason McCue

Hey we are back with another podcast this time with Jason McCue.  I recorded a pretty long intro for this one so as some of you have told my you don't like my intros so feel free to skip ahead to about 15 minutes into the podcast and that's where Jason shows up.  He told us about moving to Seattle, going to school, being involved with MoPop Sound Off and Sofar, along with the new music he is putting out. Go to the album release show >>> https://www.facebook.com/events/1620035574706287/. I hope you enjoy this conversation as much as I did.

Featured music:
"Fault Lines" by Jason McCue off Pangaea
"Can't Remember" by Jason McCue off Pangaea

Learn more here: https://jasonmccue1.bandcamp.com/

You can find, subscribe, rate, and review the podcast on iTunes for iOS, Google Play Music, Stitcher Radio and Spreaker for Android.




My YouTube channel >>> https://www.youtube.com/thezimvideo

Monday, January 1, 2018

WOTS Version 160 - Local Show Preview Show #1 WOTS Radio #16

Hey WOTS is back for 2018!!! This is the first of 12 episodes featuring up coming shows in the local scene and what's going on the other local focused podcasts!!! This is what I am calling Local Show Preview Show (LSPS), Check it out this is what's up.

P.S. make sure you post a comment on the Word On the Street Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/wordonthestreetpodcast comments are my oxygen!!! Thanks!

Friday January 5th at the Substation

GIFTED GAB
https://soundcloud.com/gifted_gab
ILL WRITERS GUILD
https://soundcloud.com/illwritersguild-1
ROCKET
https://soundcloud.com/b-rocket-tha-prophet
DADABASS
https://www.facebook.com/arungabass
DON DISHES
https://soundcloud.com/dondishes

Learn more here: https://www.facebook.com/events/381521862297381/

Tuesday January 9th at the High Dive

JULIET TANGO
https://soundcloud.com/juliettango
CROWN VILLIANS
https://crownvillains.bandcamp.com/
BEAR AXE
https://bearaxe.bandcamp.com/releases
CRANKY BABIES
https://www.facebook.com/CrankyBabies/

Learn more here: https://www.highdiveseattle.com/event/1611654-juliet-tango-crown-villians-seattle/

Thursday February 1st at the Sunset Tavern

ANNA FREEDMAN
https://soundcloud.com/anna-freedman
HEATHER THOMAS
https://heatherthomas.bandcamp.com/
EMMA LEE TOYODA
https://emmaleetoyoda.bandcamp.com/

Learn more here: https://www.ticketweb.com/t3/sale/SaleEventDetail?dispatch=loadSelectionData&eventId=7956815&pl=sunset&REFID=sunset

Also check out these podcasts!!!

From the Green Room hosted by Pickwick frontman Galen Disston featuring Celene (Prom Queen) https://fromthegreenroompodcast.com/2017/12/18/episode-17-celene-prom-queen/

Artist Home podcast hosted by Aaron Roden featuring Noah Gundersen
https://soundcloud.com/rtistome/ep-6-noah-gundersen