Seattle Office of Film + Music


FREE BLACK WHALES SHOW TONIGHT AT THE HIGH DIVE PRESENTED BY THE RUMBLE
May 2, 2011, 12:54 pm
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Sound on the Sound
Listen up all you music loving and/or strapped for cash Seattleites. Tonight the RUMBLE presents another FREE show at Fremont’s The High Dive as part of their monthly showcase series. Seattle’s Black Whales will be headlining the show to “rattle your bones” with garage-psyche-folk rock brilliance. Openers include Deep Sea Diver and The Fling hailing from Southern California. Get out of the rain and into the rays of these bright and sunny bands playing tonight at The High Dive. Click on the link above to check out the Sound on the Sound blog for more details on the show and the performing bands.

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FREE SHOW TONIGHT AT THE HIGH DIVE PRESENTED BY THE RUMBLE
April 4, 2011, 1:23 pm
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Sound on the Sound
Listen up all you music loving and/or strapped for cash Seattleites. Tonight the RUMBLE presents another FREE show, this time at Fremont’s The High Dive, moving to bigger venue for their monthly showcase series. Headlined by previously featured Seattle band Seapony, who have been galloping up waves after being signed to Sub Pop sister label Hardly Art. Supported by California’s Vanaprasta, the show is guaranteed to be the indie-noise-fuzz-pop event of the month and definitely worth your dime. Check out the link to the Sound on the Sound blog to learn more about the event and listen to one of Seapony’s shimmering songs.

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CHECK OUT THE HIGH DIVE’S NEW LIVE MUSIC SERIES
June 23, 2010, 11:51 am
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Seattle Times
Four on the Floor, the new concert series at the High Dive in Fremont, puts bands on the floor and fans in the round for only $4. “There were people standing up on the bar, standing up on chairs to get a view,” promoter Matt Ashworth said of last month’s inaugural event. “The drawback of having the bands play on the floor is if you’re in the back, you can’t see. But it’s a trade off. Everybody was closer to the band, and it gave it more of an epic feel than a normal weekday show.” Check out the second installment of Four on the Floor with Seattle’s See Me River tonight, June 23, starting at 8:00 pm.

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