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The West

The West

Indie Seattle, WA  US
It was Disco and it's Over
It was Disco and it's Over

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It was Disco and it's Over

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    Mar 21

    Austin, TX, US | 2:00pm

    Seattle by Southwest is here! As far as we know this is the only Seattle showcase in Austin in 2015 and it is going to be a hell of a party! Featuring an awesome lineup of some of Seattle's top musical acts at the chillest bar in Austin, it is going to be all about having fun and enjoying some good music. No cover, drink specials all day. Go here for more info: http://www.thelocalpubandpatio.com 2610 Guadalupe St Austin, TX 78705 (512) 478-2337 Hang out with other Seattleites, festival goers, and a bunch of Austin locals. It's an all day event you won't want to miss! Here's a list of this years bands! Whitney Monge - 2:00pm Red Heart Alarm - 3:00pm Joel Myers (Abraham/The Great Um) - 4:00pm The Fraides - 5:00pm Tangerine - 6:00pm The Hoot Hoots - 7:00pm The Jesus Rehab - 8:00pm The West - 9:00pm Ayron Jones And The Way - 10:00pm Country Lips - 11:00pm

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Bio: The West writes music to dance to. The Seattle-based dance-rock band’s sound is inspired by the primal and necessary human desire for movement.

Formed in 2010 by Anthony Darnell and Blakes drummer, Bob Husak, The West churns out keyboard and harmony-laden dance music with a modern twist on style...See Full Bio

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“This past Friday, The Crocodile played host to a night of local acts headlined by the dance-pop quintet The West. The band played an impassioned set of tracks from if its debut full length album, In Low Light. While the energy the band brought was certainly marked, it was the band’s interaction with each other that stood out the most. They all seemed just unabashedly excited to be playing and weren’t afraid to share that emotion. There were no cool glances or off-putting smirks; rather, direct laughs were unapologetically exchanged between the group to create a relaxed atmosphere.”

— Brigit Anderson, Best New Bands

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  • Song Plays 38
  • Video Plays 11
  • Total Fans 1,678
  • ReverbNation Fans 29
  • Facebook Likes 1,417
  • Twitter Followers 226

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