Head Like A Kite
at NeumosThis much spectacle could easily overshadow the average band’s music or bog down the average show, but HLaK has the unusual ability to expand to fit any circumstance. This much spectacle could easily overshadow the average band’s music, but HLaK has the ability to expand to fit any circumstance.
That's an audio chocolate-flavored peanut butter mixed with a peanut-butter flavored chocolate I can't wait to savor.
As of today, we're officially in the second half of 2008. Welcome! To gear you up for another fabulous six months of local Northwest releases, we here at imaginary headquarters have brainstormed an imaginary mix for all of you, containing some of our favorite songs by Northwest artists released this year to date thus far.
No promises that each of these will make our Best of 2008 Reader's Poll final list, but at least this way you have the next six months to follow-up and listen to these releases before you have to decide. To paraphrase imaginary ChrisB, we feel like this list is pretty unfuckwithable. But that doesn't mean that we didn't inadvertently overlook something great. If you have additions for our list, please chime in with your comments below.
Dave from HLAK and pal Graig Markel (and a lovely blonde woman I don't recognize offhand) rock out at the HLAK CD release show at Neumo's last night.
Seattle electro-rock due Head Like a Kite are going on a mini West Coast tour with new Mush Records labelmates Her Space Holiday. Exciting!!
I've gotten a slew of exciting emails about local bands using their powers of rock for good over the past couple of days, so here's the down-and-dirty update, from my inbox to your imagi-blog...