Thanks to Gary Reynolds and the Brides of Obscurity and Bre Loughlin for playing Audioasis last Saturday. Audioasis would like to say good luck to Bre as last Saturday was the last performance from her solo project. Be sure to check out the Streaming Archive if you missed the program, and check out Christopher Nelson’s photos from the night here.
Today, Audioasis Assistant Producer, Sharlese will step in to play the jams of the Northwest including anticipated performances from NW bands Your Heart Breaks at 6pm and Wallpaper at 8.
Some people consider Clyde Petersen, front person for Your Heart Breaks, a Northwest DIY superstar. She’s a songwriter, show booker, videographer, drummer, radio disc jockey, and dance party specialist. Boasting a lineup of 34 musicians, the latest album from Your Heart Breaks, Love Is A Long Dark Road (Love Is All You Need), produced by Karl Blau, is full of rock pop fulfillment and lyrics that break your heart… or make you laugh… or both.
Wallpaper, the trio you probably haven’t heard of yet, hailing from Auburn, WA, will make their first ever KEXP appearance on Audioasis. You’re more likely to have seen them play live at The Comet Tavern than hear any of their songs, since they have only a demo out right now, but their post-punk meets pop rock sound is sure to have you dancing in front of your radio. Tune in tonight!