Maszer Concert Films
Band in Seattle: Concert
Runtime: 33 minMaszer – an amalgam of David “Stitcx” Rapaport’s guitar wizardry, Katie Blackstock’s haunting and sultry vocals, and Joe Braley’s ferocious drumming. It’s like they took all the deep thoughts you have at 4 am at Burning Man and made it into psychedelic rock and roll in the middle of the Mediterranean desert.
Band in Seattle: Episode 316
Runtime: 23 minMaszer – an amalgam of David “Stitcx” Rapaport’s guitar wizardry, Katie Blackstock’s haunting and sultry vocals, and Joe Braley’s ferocious drumming. It’s like they took all the deep thoughts you have at 4 am at Burning Man and made it into psychedelic rock and roll in the middle of the Mediterranean desert.
Maszer Top Tracks
Band in Seattle Concert 210
Runtime: 36 minWishbeard is a four piece band that creates dreamy post punk music. Led by guitarist/vocalist Bryn Santillan, the band is filled out with Brighton on Bass, Erin on Keyboard and Jude on Drums. Together they create warm sonic soundscapes of lush synth washes and effected guitar punctuated by a rhythm section that will inspire your dreams.
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: Smokey Brights Concert 228
Runtime: 49 minWarm, vintage, pop savvy, yet slightly wry rock music. The kind that streams from the boombox all day at your uncle's barbecue, or crackles through the AM radio on an all night drive through some expansive American highway.
Band in Seattle: Season 3 Episode 5A
Runtime: 34 minErik Blood is known across the city as a prolific producer, but he somehow manages to create his own music while nurturing countless other artists. His songs are heavy on synthesizer, but not light on artistry. Reminiscent of 80s greats, Erik Blood’s music is like waking up on a cold morning but going back to bed covered in a cozy blanket.
Band in Seattle Concert 209
Runtime: 29 minPony Time creates some great sound coming from only two artists, Luke Beetham on Bass and Stacy Peck on drums. At first you might think it’s a rhythm section without the melody line, but not so. Luke can provide both melody and rhythm with his diverse and unique style. With Stacy’s great drumming, they create something extraordinary.