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Band In Seattle Episode 212

Blake Noble

Year: 2015

Runtime: 00:22:21

Blake Noble, 100% Aussie, brings the spirit of the Outback. His expertise with the Digeridoo and his 12 String played both as guitar and percussion is an incredibly unique experience. Sharing the great heritage he carefully brings to the stage, he’s supported by two great musicians Matt Rieger on Dobro,
Banjo and Slide and Joel Hoyer on bass. Blake Noble honors the music heritage he learned from Australian Aborigines by keeping it pure. One of the nicest guys you’ll ever meet, he’s a true original. His style, created in his native land is now being shared all over the US.

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Folk, Documentary, Indie, Instrumental

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    Blake Noble

    Year: 2015

    Runtime: 46 min

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    Various Artists

    Year: 2016

    Runtime: 23 min

    Planes on Paper:
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    Planes on Paper

    Year: 2015

    Runtime: 34 min

    Navid Eliot and the other members of Planes on Paper have achieved an effortless and naturally organic sound that is uniquely their own.  Navid’s leathery voice and thoughtful lyrics reflect the traditions of folk music while bringing his own honesty to the genre.  He pours himself into every song until what you are hearing is a spiritual expression of the human experience.

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    Clearly Beloved

    Year: 2015

    Runtime: 35 min

    Clearly Beloved is a gathering of five musicians, friends and storytellers – Katie and Jessica, classically trained violinists backed up by Brendan, Bobby and Andy. They write and orchestrate songs about fishermen; homesteaders; Vikings, and the feeling you get the moment before a shark attack. Jessica
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    Mikey and Matty

    Year: 2016

    Runtime: 38 min

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  • Band In Seattle: Episode 218 Jupe Jupe and The Gods Themselves

    Various Artists

    Year: 2016

    Runtime: 22 min

    The Gods Themselves are reminiscent of the male/female vocals of talking heads built on a punk foundation, yet their music is a fluid, ever-evolving sound. Astra Elane’s newfound independence as a lead guitarist has led her to evolve into a confident, engaging front woman. While listening to the rhythmic punching of the drums and the laidback guitar styling, audiences can be found closing their eyes, and just grooving to the punk-pop melodies of The Gods Themselves.
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  • Live at the Lincoln Theater

    The Milk Carton Kids

    Year: 2013

    Runtime: 1 hr 13 min

    In the past year The Milk Carton Kids have been nominated for a Grammy, appeared on Austin City Limits and Prairie Home Companion multiple times, performed at the Americana Music Awards, and appeared at T-Bone Burnett and the Coen Bros triumphant Inside Llewyn Davis concert at New York's Town Hall, later televised in a Showtime special. As the thousands of fans who have seen the band can attest, their live performance and between-song banter add a charming counterpoint to the music. Preserving the band's unique show for posterity, Live From Lincoln Theatre will appeal to both fans who have seen the band and want to relive the experience and the thousands of new fans encountering them on NPR and elsewhere who have yet to see them. live.

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  • Band in Seattle: Episode 229

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    Year: 2016

    Runtime: 22 min

    Today on Band in Seattle we are pleased to present a extremely diverse sound that is a mix genre of garage rock, indie rock, and true roots of ole’ rock and roll. When Ghost Pains started to play I heard Rob Van Oss on bass, Mica Crisp with the guitar, Jamie Rizzo jamming out on the drums, and Dave Martins magical lyrics coordinated my mind through a path of destruction giving this music a true eerie atmosphere to my night. So don’t let your night slip away without hearing this well equipped rock band.

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  • Live at Baeble HQ

    Passenger

    Year: 2013

    Runtime: 18 min

    Mike Rosenberg's crafted some of the very best observational songwriting of the year with his lovely new album, All the Little Lights. It's a lush, acoustic collection he's complemented with the perfect epithet in Passenger. "The lyrics and the stories," explains the young, Brighton-born-and-bred musician, "are told from the perspective of a passenger just watching the world go by." For his stirring session in our music room, Mike spun tales of a lonely afternoon on a riverbank in Glasgow Scotland ("Feather On the Clyde"), the hard appreciation that spawns only in the wake of personal loss ("Let Her Go") and a reminder that the present moment is everything ("Life's for the Living"). It's an emotional performance; a journey you'll be grateful to be a passenger aboard.

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  • Band In Seattle - Victoria Contreras Episode 222

    Victoria Contreras

    Year: 2016

    Runtime: 23 min

    Strings pour, horns soar and a refreshingly soulful voice takes center stage. You are suddenly transcended to 1962. You begin to sway to a familiar nostalgic sound. Then, the lyrics take over and a touch of modern instrumentation and production is unveiled. The sheer poetic relevance and honesty jolts you. Bold, bright, clever, incensed, dark, strong, silly, sad. This is not a sound from the 60's but the sound of today and tomorrow. Transfixed, you journey through this eerie world, and somehow you cannot seem to get enough. The album ascends, the final track arrives and yet you are already hitting repeat.

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  • A Backyard Session with Deer Tick

    Deer Tick

    Year: 2013

    Runtime: 15 min

    Following their weekend residency as Newport Folk Festival's house band, Deer Tick shot down to Manhattan to perform for the Baeble crew in our backyard. The Providence locals hosted and headlined the festival's three consecutive after parties at the Newport Blues Cafe, and on the third evening, the group performed their forthcoming studio record Negativity in its entirety. The following day, frontman John McCauley told us that he couldn't wait until September 23rd, which would be the eve of the album's release. Fast forward a month and a half, and here we all are today, session video in tow, with the impending release of their superb, fifth record less than 24 hours away.

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    Efterklang

    Year: 2012

    Runtime: 58 min

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    Fysah

    Year: 2015

    Runtime: 23 min

    Self-described as the black baby of Amy Winehouse and Adele, Fysah’s voice is a delicate combination of soul, pop, and indie rock. Backed by a keyboardist raised in the gospel sounds of the church and a bassist steeped in funk and RNB, the final sound created is rich in emotion and personality.

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  • Band in Seattle Episode 214

    Grace Love And The True Loves

    Year: 2015

    Runtime: 22 min

    In a modern musical landscape where we can argue about what the term Soul Music really means today, when you just close your eyes and listen to Grace Love & the True Loves, what Soul music ‘IS’ suddenly becomes crystal clear. …and when you open your eyes you’ll see that SOUL MUSIC is happening in Seattle right now. Grace is the Queen, guitarist Jimmy James is the King, and together they are unstoppable. They are the vanguards of an active scene that will KNOCK you out. Grace and Jimmy and Their True Loves, are getting serious love from everyone that hears them.

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  • Band in Seattle Concert 214

    Grace Love And The True Loves

    Year: 2015

    Runtime: 34 min

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    Year: 2016

    Runtime: 39 min

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    Ponytime

    Year: 2014

    Runtime: 29 min

    Pony Time creates some great sound coming from only two artists, Luke Beetham on Bass and Stacy Peck on drums. At first you might think it’s a rhythm section without the melody line, but not so. Luke can provide both melody and rhythm with his diverse and unique style. With Stacy’s great drumming, they create something extraordinary.

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    Grynch

    Year: 2014

    Runtime: 34 min

    Grynch is part of a vibrant Seattle hip hop community in which he has collaborated with the likes of Sol, Blue Scholars and Macklemore. His hit My Volvo has nearly a million and half views on YouTube. Grynch has a very natural flow that he has been honing since the young age of 10, which is part of the reason he is so well established. His DJ, Infrared, provides the beats while Grynch supplies the lyrics.

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    Jupe Jupe

    Year: 2016

    Runtime: 34 min

    My Young creates a characterization of himself in every performance. He and his band mates make up a quartet of cerebral musicians whose sound is self-described as “mournful dance, new wave music”. Young’s rich vocals are suggestive of a Depeche Mode sound, but then it stands on a foundation of heavy synth, rough guitar, and pounding drum lines. Coupled with Young’s pointed lyrics, Jupe Jupe has discovered a whole new sound for their Pacific Northwest audience.

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  • Band in Seattle: Episode 306

    Posse

    Year: 2016

    Runtime: 23 min

    Posse is so unbelievably cool. With dreamy soundscapes and stark, deadpan vocals, Posse makes perfect rainy day music. They write the kind of songs that would honestly fit well over some self-effacing John Cusack monologue. Their sound is signature Seattle, but not pretentious in the slightest. With lyrics so layered and melodies so subtle, Posse’s songs take up a lot of real estate in your brain and refuse to leave.

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  • OurVinyl: Folk/Americana

    Various Artists

    Year: 2016

    Runtime: 50 min

    OurVinyl TV films live sessions with emerging musicians, which can be thought of as something between concert footage and a music video. Each video is filmed in a unique location that adds a visual component to compliment the music, which is always tracked live on the spot. OurVinyl TV is headquartered in Nashville, so most (but not all) of the videos are filmed in Nashville and the surrounding area.

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  • Guitar Yarn: David Elecciri Episode 5

    Various Artists

    Year: 2016

    Runtime: 15 min

    David Elecciri, Guitarist for legendary reggae band, Steel Pulse, Yarns on the gift that he was born with, how he gives this gift back and how he passes it on. He also tells us about the 1939 Dobro passed on from his grand father, his father's Ovation and the Nautilus inlay guitar made for him by Eric Galletta.

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  • One Way Ticket Documentary

    Ron Pope

    Year: 2009

    Runtime: 53 min

    One Way Ticket goes on tour with Ron Pope as he assembles his dream band and explores the challenges inherent in being independent in today's music industry.

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    Tbasa

    Year: 2015

    Runtime: 37 min

    TBASA’s unique name comes from simplifying his real name: Tim Basaraba. And it fits the unique style that earned him the description of “Idaho weird” before Napoleon Dynamite. Tim releases one album a year and finds expression through a tight combination of DJ, songwriter and vocalist. Here he adds performances by Hope Simpson and Jordan Vazquez with back up vocals and long-time friend Matt Stegner, vocalist and guitar.

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