Automation Software Consulting Services
This is Luke Goodwin's Internet company, who normally does way trickier stuff than what is required for our primitive aesthetic. He has nontheless kindly consented to push our website to becoming the next great artistic masterpiece, no doubt due to his former life as a musician and Evergreen nut with Bruce Pavit and Steve Fisk and that sort. A fine fellow indeed!
Ball of Wax Audio Quarterly
I think this is one of the cooler things goin'. Levi Fuller puts out a a very stylish hand-made CD every quarter featuring a heady mix of stuff, ranging from folk to hip hop, with all points in between. I have all seventeen volumes and I highly recomend you try some.
Damon Stewart has been around the Seattle Music/Radio scene for a long while and is still going strong with his Tuesday night local music show. You can stream it at the link above or check out their MySpace page.
This is the best place to stay semi-current on the PJs. They have a MySpace page, too.
Former PJ has loads of CDs and photography for you on his site.
Hollow Earth Radio
Internet radio broadcasting to you from beautiful Phinney Ridge. Pretty hip!
Jimm's (formerly of The Life) site - you can get both of his solo CDs here. Recommended!
Conrad Uno lives here and will send you some Popllama stuff (Red Dress!) for the right price!
A fine blog that likes GMR stuff, a clear indicator of taste!
Pip McCaslin's quality CD duplication service. I was his first customer in '85 and still use him!
Rock and Reprise
Frank Gutch's blog with a healthy dose on NW.
Scott McCaughey/Young Fresh Fellows/Minus 5/whatever
More than you ever needed to know about the exploits of Mr. McCaughey. Saw the Fellows at their record release party this summer - fabulous!
Your online source for a highly varied collection of all things Strongbow!
The Cocktail Hour
This Is Book's Music
Hey! Bob Blackburn of Liquid Generation has an internet radio show that airs every night at 5pm Pacific time called "The Cocktail Hour" co-hosted by Mz. Tequila Mockingbird. Check it out!
John Book's blog with a NW bent from the wilds of Eastern Washington.