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THE PLAYLIST #9 03/10/2011

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March 10th The Playlist welcomes SKAM at 8:05 / Late September Dog at 8:45 and Kiss the Gunners Daughter at 9:30. ____________________________________________________________ SKAM Genre: SKA Band Members: Matt Jonson-Guitar, Chris Trimis-Drums, Riley Merlino-Bass, Will Houck-Barri sax/lead vocals, Conor Jonson-Tenor/alto sax, Loren Tanksley-trumpet Dan Thorson-trombone all from their Hometown Woodinville, Wa. ____________________________________________________________ LSD: Late September Dogs, whose name is easily and conveniently shortened to “LSD”, is Seattle’s self proclaimed “dirty little secret”. LSD has been bringing sultry female vocals, heavy drums, wild shredding guitar solos and solid groove to Seattle’s straight up rock scene since before 2006's “Anything But Beautiful” debut record. Started on a rainy night (what else) by Dann and Lyzz Tyson, LSD has shared the stage with Seattle’s great and near great rock bands for the better part of a decade. LSD has opened shows for Candlebox, Veruca Salt, as well as an interesting show one cold Thursday with the combined efforts of Britny Fox, Bulletboys and Enuff-Znuff. A sound that lies somewhere between Halestorm, Aerosmith and Joan Jett, Late September Dogs latest effort, the EP “Pretty Broken”, features KXRX’s #1 single “Nevermine”, a thick and heavy yet melodic mid-tempo rock song about the doubts and fears of what could have been, and never was. Regarding “Pretty broken” one reviewer has said: “The new EP is at times, dark and moody, as well as mischievous and fun. Seattle’s Late September Dogs runs the classic gamut of heavy and hard hitting rock tunes to lush soulful ballads. The single, “Nevermine” is a preview of the upcoming album. Enjoy it, revel in it. There is more to come. You have been warned.” __________________________________________________________ Then Later our good friend Sean Ingalls of "Kiss the Gunner's Daughter have a Debut song for us. I can't wait.

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