Tuesday, December 28, 2010
The High Dive
9pm - Dust and Bourbon
10pm - Latitude x Longitude
11pm - The Birthdays
Tuesday, December 7, 2010
Thursday, November 18, 2010
Some of you know that Spencer and Kris have another band, The Orchestrion. BUT - did you know that through January 2011 they will be playing every other Monday at Poggie's Tavern in West Seattle?
The best description of Poggie's that we found is on Yelp.com:
"All I have to say is that when a geriatric patron can wet his pants and still get impeccable service it means this is a good bar to be at. Just check the seat before sitting."...one of the many reasons LxL (hearts) Poggie's.
Seriously, go out there and get doped up on good music! (And cheap beer.)
Wednesday, November 10, 2010
Monday, November 1, 2010
Speaking of "available"...please get your copy now. We are already working on material for the next one and need your support.
Monday, September 20, 2010
Thank you to the show's producer, Dylan Ward, who brought together such an awesome group of spoken word, music, and dramatic readings. (And thank you to the other performers: Kathy Cote, the members of Kids & Animals, Tuesday Velasco, Beautiful Boy and many others.)
Tuesday, September 14, 2010
Sunday, August 29, 2010
Thursday, August 12, 2010
1: Last night was Kris Couture's first show with us as bassist. Sure he produced our album in the studio...but did you know the man can also lay down the bass lines? Plus, last night was Kris' birthday and he chose to spend it rocking out with us. Whataguy!
2. Spoiler alert: this has to do with
...We woke up (sorta) this morning and found that Chris Kornelis from the Seattle Weekly stopped by our show last night. He was there to see Evil Jack (who we were opening for) but we also got a great mention (read entire post here):
Thank you, Chris and The Weekly for lending us your ears and for the support!
"Seattle's Latitude x Longitude preceded Jack's set with a run through their own operatic chamber rock, with the occasional "oom pah pah" and hints of horror. Vocalist Rebeqa Rivers has a powerful, trained voice that's full of potential. Stand by for the band's full-length debut next year.
"The Crowd: Thin and friendly. (editor's note: why thank you, we've all been dieting.) It appeared that the bulk of the audience was in the room to support Chris, (sic...Kris) the new bassist for Latitude x Longitude, who was celebrating his birthday last night."
Monday, August 9, 2010
Sunday, July 4, 2010
Sunday, June 20, 2010
Monday, June 14, 2010
Not only is Pat a guitar player who makes his own tie dye, he's also shares Rebeqa's wicked pun-centric sense of humor. We're looking forward to taking him up on his offer of a backyard BBQ and river-tubing float next time we're in Leavenworth.
Thanks for snapping our pics and whetting your whistle with us, Pat. See you next time we're in town!
Sunday, June 13, 2010
One of the highlights of the tour was Der Hinterhoff in Leavenworth, WA. (Yes, Leavenworth the Bavarian themed village in the mountains of Washington. Witness:)
We did a 2 hour set in the Der Hinterhoff beer garden:
...then, as promised when we booked the gig, we went tubing down the flooding, swollen Wenatchee River. Seriously, we've been looking forward to this all summer and was completely worth the wait.
Of course the river was so fast that we had to bail out of the float right before the whitewater rapids...which left us to hike through the blackberry bushes with our tubes. It wasn't so bad except for Jedidiah who'd left his shoes in the dropoff van. We'll spare you pictures of the damage....but we'll totally post about it on the blog because it was damn funny.
Tuesday, April 27, 2010
Saturday, April 24, 2010
And then, of course there's the little problem with we had with the session drummer not showing up for day 2. But that opened the door for us to get Cody Rahn into the studio on short notice and he's totally killing it!! Seriously.
And let's not forget Olivia Hamilton on bass, Phil Hirschi on cello and Joe Martin on violin. Oh gravy, we're killing it with a skillet here at Electrokitty Studios...
(p.s. these photos are by La Foto)