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Sounds by the Sound

Sounds by the Sound is a weekly half-hour show exploring Seattle’s legendary music scene filmed in some of the city’s most unique and scenic locations. With live music performances, exclusive interviews and behind-the-scenes looks at noteworthy destinations and attractions – Sounds by the Sound is a travel guide to the sights and sounds of Seattle.

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Sounds By The Sound

Sounds by the Sound is a weekly half-hour show exploring Seattle’s legendary music scene filmed in some of the city’s most unique and scenic locations. With live music performances, exclusive interviews and behind-the-scenes looks at noteworthy destinations and attractions – Sounds by the Sound is a travel guide to the sights and sounds of Seattle.

Lumen Field

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Episode one looks at the intersection of music and sports in Seattle, featuring an interview and live performances by The Flavr Blue at Lumen Field, a tour of the stadium, an interview with the Seahawks official DJ and a performance by Porter Ray.

Art + Music

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Episode Two looks at how art and music influence each other in Seattle, featuring live performances by Hey Marseilles at Chihuly Garden and Glass, an interview and performance by THEESatisfaction at Kubota Garden, and a look at the FLATSTOCK poster show.

Music Beyond Rock

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Episode three focuses on musical styles outside of Seattle’s rock reputation, featuring live performances by Naomi Wachira at Seattle Center, an interview and performances by Fly Moon Royalty at Union Stables, and a tour of “Musician: A Portrait Project.”

Bumbershoot

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Episode four features Bumbershoot, the long running Seattle music festival, an interview and live performances by The Grizzled Mighty at Pier 62/63 on Seattle’s waterfront, and an interview with Kate Becker, Director of the Office of Film and Music.

Landmarks

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Episode five shows off Seattle’s music landmarks, features an interview and live performances by Brothers From Another at the Space Needle, and includes a tour of EMP Museum and the exhibit, “Nirvana: Taking Punk to the Masses.”

Underground

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Andy goes underground – literally – in Episode Six, as he takes the Underground Tour in Seattle’s Pioneer Square neighborhood. The episode also features a live performance by Black Whales at Gas Works Park and an interview and performance by Deep Sea Diver at the I-5 Colonnade.

Sea-Tac (Sub Pop)

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Episode seven features live performances by Sisters at the Hotel Max Artist Loft, an interview with rock photographer Charles Peterson, and an interview and performances by Bread & Butter at Frolik Kitchen + Cocktails. Andy also heads to Sea-Tac to visit the Sub Pop Airport Store.

Killer Views

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Episode eight shows off one of the iconic views of Seattle, as Andy heads to Kerry Park on Queen Anne Hill. The episode also features an interview with Mike Hadreas, A.K.A. Perfume Genius at Kubota Garden, and performances by Rocky Votolato at the UW Waterfront Activities Center.

Breaking Young Talent

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The season 2 premiere focuses on the youth movement in Seattle music, featuring 15-year-old guitar virtuoso Caspian Coberly with W16 Garfield High School,  The Pink Slips at the Pacific Science Center and the Vera Project, and The Presidents of the United States of America’ Chris Ballew as Caspar Babypants, at Archie McPhee.

Where Music is Made

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Andy goes behind the scenes to find out where Seattle music is made. This episode features live performances and interviews with Ayron Jones and The Way at Columbia City Theater, plus Jeff Angell at Robert Lang Studios, as well as an interview with the Seattle Drum School Bob Lovelace.

Historic Music Venues

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Seattle’s historic music venues are showcased in Episode Three, featuring The Young Evils at West Seattle’s Easy Street Records and Clemm Rishad at The Crocodile. Plus, former Guns N’ Roses bassist Duff McKagan talks with Andy at the Moore Theatre about growing up in the Seattle music scene.

Food, Drink & Music

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Seattle loves music, food, and drink, and this episode showcases all three with live performances and interviews with Ever So Android in Caffé Vita’s bean room, plus Maiah Manser at The Carlile Room. Andy also catches up with restaurateur Andrew Friedman at Liberty Bar on Capitol Hill.

Women in Music

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Women have always been a huge part of Seattle’s music scene. Check out Shaprece performing live from inside the Seattle Great Wheel, and Katie Kate performing at the Seattle Art Museum. Andy also talks with Kristin Ebeling at All Together Skatepark about the Skate Like A Girl program.

Music & Tech

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This episode focuses on Seattle’s blend of music and tech, with performances by Will Jordan at the Museum of History and Industry (MOHAI) and Spekulation at the Living Computer Museum. Andy also chats with sound engineer Andy Rohrman about creating music for video games, ads and movies.

Labeled in Seattle

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Bands on Seattle’s independent music labels get the spotlight in this episode. Hardly Art artist Tacocat performs live and talks with Andy at the Seattle Aquarium, and Barsuk Records artist Hibou (Peter Michel) plays the Westland Distillery and discusses how he grew up through touring.

Beyond Grunge

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Seattle is much more than grunge. This episode features two artists who represent the growing diversity of Seattle music. Soul singer Allen Stone performs live while riding the Seattle Monorail. And rising hip-hop artist, Sol, performs and talks to Andy at the Museum of Flight.

Seattle’s Hollywood Connection

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This episode celebrates film and music. We head to SIFF Cinema Egyptian for a performance by Ravenna Woods.Then we head to Twede’s Café, from the TV show “Twin Peaks” for a set from Iska Dhaaf. And we’ll get scary at MoPOP‘s horror exhibit, “Can’t Look Away: the Lure of Horror Film.”

Pacific Rim

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Seattle has long been influenced by Pacific Rim culture. In this episode, we head to the Wing Luke Museum for a tour of their Bruce Lee exhibit, as well as a performance by Khingz and Massiah. Then it’s Tangerine playing live at Seattle Center’s International Fountain.

Higher Learning

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In this episode, we’ll see a performance from Manatee Commune amidst the iconic cherry blossoms on the University of Washington campus. We’ll also experience some of Seattle’s more unique school culture with a visit to Emerald City Trapeze Arts and a performance by the band Crater.

That Seattle Style

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Seattle’s fashion scene takes center stage in this episode. We head to Fremont’s Pipe and Row for a performance by MASZER, plus Ryan Caraveo inside Seattle’s Do The Extraordinary clothing store. And we check out Sneaker Warz Unity Expo and fashion collaborative Prairie Underground.

Game On: Sports in Seattle

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In this episode, music collides with the Seattle sports scene. Robert DeLong performs at Safeco Field, and The Hollers play live at the Seattle Boxing Gym. And host Andy Harms chats up Seattle’s biggest sports stars to see which teammates have the best – and worst – taste in music.  

More than Macklemore

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Hip hop is alive and well and blazing its own trail in Seattle. Check out Champagne Champagne at Capitol Hill’s Volunteer Park, plus Bryn King at Seattle Center’s very own skatepark.Plus, we hear about Seattle’s collaborative art and music community from artist Ten Hundred.

KEXP: A Seattle Icon

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We pay tribute to the musical heartbeat of Seattle: commercial-free radio station, KEXP. We’ll see Seattle bands The Cave Singers and Beat Connection performing in and around KEXP’s stunning new home, plus KEXP artists and DJs talk about what fuels Seattle’s vibrant music community.

On The Water

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If there’s one thing that defines Seattle as much as its music, it’s the water. In this episode, the water is our backdrop, starting with a trip across Elliott Bay to West Seattle for an energetic, waterfront performance from Fauna Shade on the patio of Marination Ma Kai. Then we take a ride on a Washington State Ferry under dramatic storm clouds for a performance from “Seattle’s smoothest rapper,” Dave B.

Offbeat Seattle

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Seattle isn’t Seattle without its quirkiness. It’s the little offbeat things that make this city a truly unique place. In this episode, we’ll take a closer look at the unorthodox. We’ll catch up with the band Pillar Point at Oxbow Park, home of the famed Hat ‘n’ Boot. From there, we’ll investigate the wonders of the Mystery Soda Machine in Capitol Hill. Then we’ll head to the Pinball Museum in the Chinatown-International District to meet up with The Fame Riot, a group that embodies Seattle’s unconventional style and spirit.

Pike Place Market

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Pike Place Market is a bustling hot bed for farm fresh food, cocktails and communing with Seattle’s visitors. First, we’ll check out Romaro Franceswa performing at nearby Victor Steinbrueck Park. Then we’ll hit the famous Daily Dozen Doughnuts. On to the Hard Rock Café to hear Killer Ghost, and no market trip is complete without a trip to Golden Age Collectibles. Lastly, we’ll turn an ear towards the market’s ever present buskers. “Sounds by the Sound” is a weekly half-hour show exploring Seattle’s legendary music scene filmed in some of the city’s most unique and scenic locations. With live music performances, exclusive interviews and behind-the-scenes looks at noteworthy destinations and attractions – “Sounds by the Sound” is a travel guide to the sights and sounds of Seattle. VISITSEATTLE.tv is an entirely new content channel, full of short films and long-form series celebrating the sights, sounds, and textures of Seattle.

Seattle’s DJ Scene

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Seattle isn’t just known for grunge, it’s also had a long tenured DJ scene from hip-hop, to electronica and more. In this episode of Sounds By The Sound, we explore the DJ culture in Seattle. We’ll chat with veteran DJ Wesley Holmes in Kerry Park, DJ Eva, the CEO of the Seattle DJ Academy, and finally we’ll head to the Olympic Sculpture Park and catch up with DJ Altesse. “Sounds by the Sound” is a weekly half-hour show exploring Seattle’s legendary music scene filmed in some of the city’s most unique and scenic locations. With live music performances, exclusive interviews and behind-the-scenes looks at noteworthy destinations and attractions – “Sounds by the Sound” is a travel guide to the sights and sounds of Seattle. VISITSEATTLE.tv is an entirely new content channel, full of short films and long-form series celebrating the sights, sounds, and textures of Seattle.

Rooftops

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It’s summer in Seattle and the views are eye-popping. On this episode of Sounds By The Sound we’ll check out some rooftops and take it all in. We’ll also hear music from Nyoka at the new Thompson Hotel, and the chill sounds of My Goodness at Mezcaleria Oaxaca. “Sounds by the Sound” is a weekly half-hour show exploring Seattle’s legendary music scene filmed in some of the city’s most unique and scenic locations. With live music performances, exclusive interviews and behind-the-scenes looks at noteworthy destinations and attractions – “Sounds by the Sound” is a travel guide to the sights and sounds of Seattle. VISITSEATTLE.tv is an entirely new content channel, full of short films and long-form series celebrating the sights, sounds, and textures of Seattle.

After Dark Part 1

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This episode is part one of a two-night adventure exploring Seattle’s nightlife, where host Andy Harms wanders his way through dive bars, wine bars and everything in between. Andy heads to Capitol Hill’s The Garage for bowling and beers followed by a visit to Rumba. Then it’s over to Belltown’s Rob Roy for more cocktails and late night chatter.  Plus, the Seattle music flows throughout the wee hours with a performance from hip hop artist Sam Lachow at Pike Brewing Company. VISITSEATTLE.tv is an entirely new content channel, full of short films and long-form series celebrating the sights, sounds, and textures of Seattle.  

After Dark Part 2

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This episode is part two of a two-night adventure exploring Seattle’s nightlife, where host Andy Harms wanders his way through dive bars, wine bars and everything in between.  In part 2, Andy spends the evening in Seattle’s Ballard neighborhood, testing his cocktail knowledge at King’s Hardware, Hazelwood, and Tractor Tavern.  And along the way, we check out a performance by Naked Giants at The Showbox. VISITSEATTLE.tv is an entirely new content channel, full of short films and long-form series celebrating the sights, sounds, and textures of Seattle.

The Great Outdoors

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The Seattle music scene is often inspired by the beautiful natural setting that surrounds the city. This week on Sounds By The Sound we head to the great outdoors with performances from Dex Amora at Alki Beach, and Scarlet Parke at Crystal Mountain near Mount Rainier.

Seattle: A Literary City

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Seattle is one of the most literate cities in the country. We love to  read here. In this episode of Sounds By The Sound we go library hopping, while checking out band My Cartoon Heart and hip-­hop artist Nate Sky. We’ll learn about their influences and their process.

On Tour

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Seattle is often a big-time stop for musicians on tour. Rapper Casey Veggies takes a break from the High Road Tour to perform at historic Neptune Theatre. Next, singer Stanaj stops by The Showbox for an intimate performance on his first nationwide circuit. If you’re looking for amazing artists and awesome venues – Seattle is the place to be. “Sounds by the Sound” is a weekly half-hour show exploring Seattle’s legendary music scene filmed in some of the city’s most unique and scenic locations. With live music performances, exclusive interviews and behind-the-scenes looks at noteworthy destinations and attractions – “Sounds by the Sound” is a travel guide to the sights and sounds of Seattle. VISITSEATTLE.tv is an entirely new content channel, full of short films and long-form series celebrating the sights, sounds, and textures of Seattle.

More Than A Sound

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On this episode of Sounds By The Sound we visit the Sky Church to see the amazing visual/music mash-­up from artist Vox Mod. Then we’ll head to KREMWERK to introduce you to one of Seattle’s newest bands, Neu Yeuth. We’ll listen to their songs “Make a Move” and “Say It” and hear how they first connected. “Sounds by the Sound” is a weekly half-­hour show exploring Seattle’s legendary music scene filmed in some of the city’s most unique and scenic locations. With live music performances, exclusive interviews and behind-­the-­scenes looks at noteworthy destinations and attractions – “Sounds by the Sound” is a travel guide to the sights and sounds of Seattle. VISITSEATTLE.tv is an entirely new content channel, full of short films and long-­form series celebrating the sights, sounds, and textures of Seattle.

Hidden Seattle

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Seattle is filled with hidden gems and secret spots. From Golden Gardens to the Waterfall Garden Park. On this episode of Sounds by The Sound we’ll explore Bathtub Gin & Co. with the band Colonies, and then we’ll visit Louisa Boren Lookout to check in with Lemolo. Enjoy some uniquely Seattle places, and sounds. “Sounds by the Sound” is a weekly half-­hour show exploring Seattle’s legendary music scene filmed in some of the city’s most unique and scenic locations. With live music performances, exclusive interviews and behind-­the-­scenes looks at noteworthy destinations and attractions – “Sounds by the Sound” is a travel guide to the sights and sounds of Seattle. VISITSEATTLE.tv is an entirely new content channel, full of short films and long-­form series celebrating the sights, sounds, and textures of Seattle.

Hendrix

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Jimi Hendrix is a worldwide music and cultural icon, but it all started for him in Seattle. In this episode of “Sounds By The Sound” we’re doing everything with Jimi in mind. We’ll introduce you to guitar wizard Jimmy James performing at an old Hendrix haunt, Washington Hall. Also Acapulco Lips plays at one of the city’s oldest bars, The Central Saloon. Get ready for an electric experience. “Sounds by the Sound” is a weekly half-­hour show exploring Seattle’s legendary music scene filmed in some of the city’s most unique and scenic locations. With live music performances, exclusive interviews and behind-­the-­scenes looks at noteworthy destinations and attractions – “Sounds by the Sound” is a travel guide to the sights and sounds of Seattle. VISITSEATTLE.tv is an entirely new content channel, full of short films and long-­form series celebrating the sights, sounds, and textures of Seattle.

Mashup

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It’s all about collaborations on this week’s episode of Sounds by the Sound. We’ll pair artists together for the first time to create some truly innovative sounds. Hip-­‐hop fusion band Cosmos teams up with ParisAlexa’s passionate vocals for a unique performance at Rainier Glass Studio. Then we’ll embark on an Argosy Cruise in Lake Union with violinist/songwriter Andrew Joslyn and Grammy nominee Will Jordan for a breathtaking experience on the water. Be prepared for something completely different. “Sounds by the Sound” is a weekly half-­‐hour show exploring Seattle’s legendary music scene filmed in some of the city’s most unique and scenic locations. With live music performances, exclusive interviews and behind-­‐the-­‐scenes looks at noteworthy destinations and attractions – “Sounds by the Sound” is a travel guide to the sights and sounds of Seattle. VISITSEATTLE.tv is an entirely new content channel, full of short films and long-­‐form series celebrating the sights, sounds, and textures of Seattle.

Macklemore & Ryan Lewis

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Few people have meant more to the Seattle music community recently than Macklemore and Ryan Lewis – not just because of their chart-busting hits and commitment to social causes, but because of their undying loyalty and love for the people and culture of the Pacific Northwest. Hear the duo discuss what it’s like to return home, from headlining a festival for thousands to performing at local venues where they got their start. Watch live performances from the Bumbershoot main stage of “Ten Thousand Hours,” “Downtown,” and “Can’t Hold Us.”
“I get to travel all around the world for a living, and there’s no place more beautiful than the Pacific Northwest—and in particular, Seattle.” – Macklemore
“Sounds by the Sound” is a weekly half-hour show exploring Seattle’s legendary music scene filmed in some of the city’s most unique and scenic locations. With live music performances, exclusive interviews and behind-the-scenes looks at noteworthy destinations and attractions – “Sounds by the Sound” is a travel guide to the sights and sounds of Seattle. VISITSEATTLE.tv is an entirely new content channel, full of short films and long-form series celebrating the sights, sounds, and textures of Seattle.

SOUNDS BY THE SOUND: LIVE PERFORMANCES | TRAILER

Sounds by the Sound: Live Performances

Performance-only videos from Sounds by the Sound, our multi-season show celebrating Seattle’s music scene. Check out a diverse lineup of artists performing in picturesque spots all over Seattle – Hey Marseilles inside Chihuly Garden & Glass, Sol at the Museum of Flight, Allen Stone on the Seattle Monorail, Robert DeLong on the infield at Safeco Field and many more.

Porter Ray “Jewelry” at Silver Cloud Inn

Sounds by the Sound: Live Performances

Porter Ray performs Jewelry live on the rooftop of the Silver Cloud Hotel as part of Sounds by the Sound, Episode 1. Watch the full episode to see other performances.  

The Flavr Blue “We Can Go Blind” at Lumen Field

Sounds by the Sound: Live Performances

The Flavr Blue performs “We Can Go Blind” live at Lumen Field as part of Sounds by the Sound, Episode 1. Watch the full episode to see other performances.

The Flavr Blue “Supply” at Lumen Field

Sounds by the Sound: Live Performances

The Flavr Blue performs “Supply” live at Lumen Field as part of Sounds by the Sound, Episode 1. Watch the full episode to see other performances.

THEESatisfaction “BEZ” at Kubota Garden

Sounds by the Sound: Live Performances

THEESatisfaction perform “BEZ” live at Kubota Garden as part of Sounds by the Sound, Episode 2. Watch the full episode to see other performances.

Hey Marseilles “West Coast” at Chihuly Garden and Glass

Sounds by the Sound: Live Performances

Hey Marseilles perform “West Coast“ live at Chihuly Garden and Glass as part of Sounds by the Sound, Episode 2. Watch the full episode to see other performances.

Hey Marseilles “Eyes On You” at Chihuly Garden and Glass

Sounds by the Sound: Live Performances

Hey Marseilles perform “Eyes On You“ live at Chihuly Garden and Glass as part of Sounds by the Sound, Episode 2. Watch the full episode to see other performances.

Fly Moon Royalty “Piece of Me” at Union Stables

Sounds by the Sound: Live Performances

Fly Moon Royalty perform “Piece of Me” live at Union Stables as part of Sounds by the Sound, Episode 3. Watch the full episode to see other performances.

Fly Moon Royalty “Tips & Hair Flips” at Union Stables

Sounds by the Sound: Live Performances

Fly Moon Royalty perform “Tips and Hair Flips” live at Union Stables as part of Sounds by the Sound, Episode 3. Watch the full episode to see other performances.

Naomi Wachira “Beautifully Human” at Seattle Center

Sounds by the Sound: Live Performances

Naomi Wachira performs “Beautifully Human” live at Seattle Center as part of Sounds by the Sound, Episode 3. Watch the full episode to see other performances.

The Grizzled Mighty “Sold” at Pier 62/63

Sounds by the Sound: Live Performances

The Grizzled Mighty perform “Sold” live on Pier 62/63 on Seattle’s Waterfront as part of Sounds by the Sound, Episode 4. Watch the full episode to see other performances.

The Grizzled Mighty “Need You Tonight” at Pier 62/63

Sounds by the Sound: Live Performances

The Grizzled Mighty perform “Need You Tonight” live on Pier 62/63 on Seattle’s Waterfront as part of Sounds by the Sound, Episode 4. Watch the full episode to see other performances.

Brothers from Another “Funk With Us” at the Space Needle

Sounds by the Sound: Live Performances

Brothers from Another perform “Funk With Us” live at the Space Needle at Seattle Center as part of Sounds by the Sound, Episode 5. Watch the full episode to see other performances.

Brothers from Another “One More Time” at the Space Needle

Sounds by the Sound: Live Performances

Brothers from Another perform “One More Time” live at the Space Needle at Seattle Center as part of Sounds by the Sound, Episode 5. Watch the full episode to see other performances.

Black Whales “The Warm Parade” at Gas Works Park

Sounds by the Sound: Live Performances

Black Whales perform “The Warm Parade” live at Gas Works Park as part of Sounds by the Sound, Episode 6. Watch the full episode to see other performances.

Black Whales “Avalon” at Gas Works Park

Sounds by the Sound: Live Performances

Black Whales perform “Avalon” live at Gas Works Park as part of Sounds by the Sound, Episode 6. Watch the full episode to see other performances.

Deep Sea Diver “Creatures of Comfort” at I-5 Colonnade

Sounds by the Sound: Live Performances

Deep Sea Diver performs “Creatures of Comfort” live at the I-5 Colonnade as part of Sounds by the Sound, Episode 6. Watch the full episode to see other performances.

Sisters “Tiger Song” at Hotel Max Artist Loft

Sounds by the Sound: Live Performances

Sisters perform “Tiger Song” live at the Hotel Max Artist Loft as part of Sounds by the Sound, Episode 7. Watch the full episode to see other performances.

Sisters “Buzzard” at Hotel Max Artist Loft

Sounds by the Sound: Live Performances

Sisters perform “Buzzard” live at the Hotel Max Artist Loft as part of Sounds by the Sound, Episode 7. Watch the full episode to see other performances.

Bread & Butter “Waltz Away” at Frolik Kitchen + Cocktails

Sounds by the Sound: Live Performances

Bread & Butter perform “Waltz Away” live at Motif Seattle as part of Sounds by the Sound, Episode 7. Watch the full episode to see other performances.

Bread & Butter “Cool in the Water” at Frolik Kitchen + Cocktails

Sounds by the Sound: Live Performances

Bread & Butter perform “Cool In The Water” live at Motif Seattle as part of Sounds by the Sound, Episode 7. Watch the full episode to see other performances.

Rocky Votolato “This is my Work” at UW Waterfront Activities Center

Sounds by the Sound: Live Performances

Rocky Votolato performs “This is my Work” live at the UW Waterfront Activities Center as part of Sounds by the Sound, Episode 8. Watch the full episode to see other performances.

Rocky Votolato “Tinfoil Hats” at Canoeing Waterfront Activities Center

Sounds by the Sound: Live Performances

Rocky Votolato performs “Tinfoil Hats” live at the UW Waterfront Activities Center as part of Sounds by the Sound, Episode 8. Watch the full episode to see other performances.

The Pink Slips “Attack of the Valley Girls” at Pacific Science Center

Sounds by the Sound: Live Performances

The Pink Slips perform “Attack of the Valley Girls” live at the Pacific Science Center as part of “Sounds by the Sound,” Season 2, Episode 1. Watch the full episode for more performances.

Jimmy James | “Foxy Lady” at Washington Hall

Sounds by the Sound: Live Performances

Jimmy James preforms “Sure Thing” live from Washington Hall as part of “Sounds by the Sound,” Season 5, Episode 5. Watch the full episode for more performances.

Jimmy James | “Sure Thing” at Washington Hall

Sounds by the Sound: Live Performances

Jimmy James preforms “Sure Thing” live from Washington Hall as part of “Sounds by the Sound,” Season 5, Episode 5. Watch the full episode for more performances.

Sol “A Hundred Songs” at Museum of Flight

Sounds by the Sound: Live Performances

Sol performs “A Hundred Songs” live from the Museum of Flight as part of “Sounds by the Sound,” Season 2, Episode 8. Watch the full episode for more performances.

Sol “Ain’t Gonna Stop” at Museum of Flight

Sounds by the Sound: Live Performances

Sol performs “Ain’t Gonna Stop” live from the Museum of Flight as part of “Sounds by the Sound,” Season 2, Episode 8. Watch the full episode for more performances.

Sol | Jump In

Turning Tables: Bonus Content

Seattle up and coming hip hop star Sol gets the crowd rocking during their first course at Musang Seattle with his song Jump In. The beats pair perfectly with the bold flavors of Chef Melissa Miranda’s Mungo Soup with a Poached Garlic Shrimp and Spinach on this episode of Turning Tables. Turning Tables airs Monday nights at 9pm EST on REVOLT TV, or watch anytime, here on VISITSEATTLE.tv. Sol – YouTube, Instagram, SoundCloud, Spotify Melissa Miranda – Seattle Met, Instagram

Sol | If You Don’t Call

Turning Tables: Bonus Content

Seattle’s own Sol treats diners to his new record If You Don’t Call as Chef Melissa Miranda delights them with an entrée of Filipino dishes including Silog (Fried egg with garlic fried rice) and Lechon Kawali – Fried Pork Belly and Pork Shoulder in Adobo Sauce at Bar del Corso on this episode of #TurningTables. Turning Tables airs Monday nights at 9pm EST on REVOLT TV, or watch anytime, here on VISITSEATTLE.tv. Sol – YouTube, Instagram, SoundCloud, Spotify Melissa Miranda – Seattle Met, Instagram

Fauna Shade | “Delirium” at Marination Ma Kai

Sounds by the Sound: Live Performances

Fauna Shade perform “Delirium” live from Marination Ma Kai on West Seattle as part of “Sounds by the Sound,” Season 4, Episode 1. Watch the full episode for more performances.

Fauna Shade | “No Nostalgia” at Marination Ma Kai

Sounds by the Sound: Live Performances

Fauna Shade perform “No Nostalgia” live from Marination Ma Kai on West Seattle as part of “Sounds by the Sound,” Season 4, Episode 1. Watch the full episode for more performances.
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SOUNDS BY THE SOUND | TRAILER

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Lumen Field

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Art + Music

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Music Beyond Rock

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Bumbershoot

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Landmarks

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Underground

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Sea-Tac (Sub Pop)

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Killer Views

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Breaking Young Talent

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Where Music is Made

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Historic Music Venues

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Food, Drink & Music

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Women in Music

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Music & Tech

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Labeled in Seattle

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Beyond Grunge

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Seattle’s Hollywood Connection

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Pacific Rim

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Higher Learning

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That Seattle Style

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Game On: Sports in Seattle

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More than Macklemore

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KEXP: A Seattle Icon

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On The Water

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Offbeat Seattle

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Pike Place Market

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Seattle’s DJ Scene

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Rooftops

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After Dark Part 1

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After Dark Part 2

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The Great Outdoors

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Seattle: A Literary City

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On Tour

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More Than A Sound

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Hidden Seattle

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Hendrix

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Mashup

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Macklemore & Ryan Lewis

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SOUNDS BY THE SOUND: LIVE PERFORMANCES | TRAILER

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Porter Ray “Jewelry” at Silver Cloud Inn

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The Flavr Blue “We Can Go Blind” at Lumen Field

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The Flavr Blue “Supply” at Lumen Field

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THEESatisfaction “BEZ” at Kubota Garden

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Hey Marseilles “West Coast” at Chihuly Garden and Glass

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Hey Marseilles “Eyes On You” at Chihuly Garden and Glass

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Fly Moon Royalty “Piece of Me” at Union Stables

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Fly Moon Royalty “Tips & Hair Flips” at Union Stables

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Naomi Wachira “Beautifully Human” at Seattle Center

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The Grizzled Mighty “Sold” at Pier 62/63

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The Grizzled Mighty “Need You Tonight” at Pier 62/63

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Brothers from Another “Funk With Us” at the Space Needle

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Brothers from Another “One More Time” at the Space Needle

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Black Whales “The Warm Parade” at Gas Works Park

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Black Whales “Avalon” at Gas Works Park

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Deep Sea Diver “Creatures of Comfort” at I-5 Colonnade

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Sisters “Tiger Song” at Hotel Max Artist Loft

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Sisters “Buzzard” at Hotel Max Artist Loft

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Bread & Butter “Waltz Away” at Frolik Kitchen + Cocktails

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Bread & Butter “Cool in the Water” at Frolik Kitchen + Cocktails

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Rocky Votolato “This is my Work” at UW Waterfront Activities Center

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Rocky Votolato “Tinfoil Hats” at Canoeing Waterfront Activities Center

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The Pink Slips “Attack of the Valley Girls” at Pacific Science Center

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Jimmy James | “Foxy Lady” at Washington Hall

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Jimmy James | “Sure Thing” at Washington Hall

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Sol “A Hundred Songs” at Museum of Flight

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Sol “Ain’t Gonna Stop” at Museum of Flight

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Sol | Jump In

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Sol | If You Don’t Call

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Fauna Shade | “Delirium” at Marination Ma Kai

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Fauna Shade | “No Nostalgia” at Marination Ma Kai

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