Seattle Office of Film + Music

March 9, 2011, 4:40 pm
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Hardly Art
The Puget Sound is now home to a group of adolescent seahorses who happen to make bubbly, shimmering, indie music. Seapony is comprised of songwriter/drummachiner Danny Rowland, singer Jen Weidl, and bass player Ian Brewer. In a matter of weeks after posting songs online, the band was favorably reviewed on Pitchfork, played on KEXP, and started performing live locally. Hardly Art, Sub Pop’s sister label has signed the Seattle soft rockers and keep adding local acts to their roster. Catch a live performance from Seapony this Friday, March 11, at the Rendezvous, April 4 at Havana Social Club or April 22 at the Crocodile Café. While you watch don’t mistake the absence of stage banter for lack of enthusiasm or appreciation, Seapony will remind you, “The Velvet Underground didn’t talk, it’s cooler to just play song after song, like the Ramones did.” Click on the link above to read more about Hardly Art, Seapony or to check out a few of the band’s dreamy songs.

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