Ghost Pains Concert Films
Band in Seattle: Live debut - Concert 229 B
Runtime: 33 minGhost Pains is a band that was founded by Dave Martin. Growing up in England listening to pop artist from a young age Dave started to write music. Moving to the Seattle area it took Dave only a months time to create roughly 20 songs that he and his group were able to introduce to the public in February 2014. Since that date Ghost Pains has put together concert after concert of precise beats and captivating lyrics making this cross genre band a band meant for the stars. Catch them today here on Band in Seattle before they end up going worldwide.
Band in Seattle: Episode 229
Hearts are Thugs and Ghost Pains
Runtime: 22 minToday on Band in Seattle we are pleased to present a extremely diverse sound that is a mix genre of garage rock, indie rock, and true roots of ole’ rock and roll. When Ghost Pains started to play I heard Rob Van Oss on bass, Mica Crisp with the guitar, Jamie Rizzo jamming out on the drums, and Dave Martins magical lyrics coordinated my mind through a path of destruction giving this music a true eerie atmosphere to my night. So don’t let your night slip away without hearing this well equipped rock band.
Ghost Pains Top Tracks
Band In Seattle Concert 225
The Hoot Hoots
Runtime: 31 minSeattle power pop quartet The Hoot Hoots are irresistible party starters. Their songs are powered by fuzzy guitars, fuzzier keyboards, and headhum-inducing hooks, and all these combine in a glorious, slightly insane energy in both their live shows and in their new album, Colorpunch.
Band In Seattle: Concert 217
Planes on Paper
Runtime: 34 minNavid Eliot and the other members of Planes on Paper have achieved an effortless and naturally organic sound that is uniquely their own. Navid’s leathery voice and thoughtful lyrics reflect the traditions of folk music while bringing his own honesty to the genre. He pours himself into every song until what you are hearing is a spiritual expression of the human experience.
Band In Seattle Episode 204
The Young Evils
Runtime: 22 minThe Young Evils started out as a lighthearted Vaselines-inspired pop duo with Troy and his now wife MacKenzie Mercer. After some twists and turns, the band expanded to add the Helgason brothers, Scott and Brendan on bass and drums, and guitar wizard Michael Lee. Their driving sound mixed with MacKenzie’s great voice creates a sound you’ll remember.
Band in Seattle: Katie Kate Concert 303
Runtime: 34 minWith emotion so raw and flow so smooth, Katie Kate transcends genres and expectations more than most artists in Seattle. You might be surprised to know that she has classical flute and piano training, because girl goes hard. Hip-hop, electronica, and pop make this New York native a force to be reckoned with. With a team of Seattle’s finest and most prolific musicians backing her up – Cookie Snake, Lena Machina, and DJ Radjaw, Katie Kate is making a name for herself in Seattle’s blossoming hip hop scene.