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Windowpane / Press

“There aren’t a ton of bands today that are as real with their music or as raw.”

“Windowpane is not only one of the best musically gifted rock outfits in town, but also one of the most entertaining.”

“2016 has been a big year for Windowpane. They released their self-titled album (I am obsessed with it), threw a monster album release party to mark the occasion, had their new single "Words & Nothing More" picked up by KISW for the rock community to gobble up, released a documentary called "There Is No Such Thing As The Record Label Fairy" AND will be playing KISW's Pain In The Grass on the main stage on August 21st. Can they fit anything else into their schedules!? You betcha...”

“Headliner Windowpane vocalist/guitarist Glenn Cannon welcomes fans to the show with humility and sincere appreciation but doesn’t hold back during their performance, singing with emotion and authority. This is true of the entire band’s stage presence. At times they even look angry, wielding their guitars like weapons.”

“When Windowpane decided to throw their self-titled CD release party, they knew just how to do it!”

“Windowpane, named after one of my favorite pharmaceuticals, made their way to the great northleft and became one of the hardest working bands in the Seattle scene, selling over 10,000 units to date without major label support.”

“Windowpane plays music in a way that stands to redefine the standards of today's live acts and invalidate today's overworked music. It’s 100% hard rock: delivers all the elements us discriminating rockers treasure as our culture of music: but WINDOWPANE does it with what cant be seen, heard and carries just as much power as the instruments in their skilled hands: There is an understated, pride in ownership, mother fucking take it to the bank QUALITY that makes them unique and special. In today's musical environment, therein lies the highest premium I place on music...”