Posts Tagged ‘the warehouse’

festival // Fall Free for All : 2012

festival // Fall Free for All : 2012

This October, Tacoma’s Broadway Center hosted a weekend-long arts and cultural festival in the heart of downtown Tacoma—the 2012 Fall Free For All. We managed to capture a few of the excellent music performances along with several of the other sights and experiences—the wide variety of which represented some of Tacoma’s and the greater Pac NW’s best [...]


music // OK Sweetheart : 2012.02.04 : Goldfinch Spaceworks

music // OK Sweetheart : 2012.02.04 : Goldfinch Spaceworks

One of our favorite acts from the 2011 Doe Bay Fest was undoubtedly OK Sweetheart. We adore their soulful and sweetly purring pop—songs that feel both in the moment and timeless. Last weekend, Tacoma band Goldfinch asked them to headline an intimate show christening Goldfinch’s new Spaceworks residency.  We wouldn’t have been anywhere else in Tacoma that night! When we ran [...]


music // Big Sur : 2011.11.19 : studio session + house show

music // Big Sur : 2011.11.19 : studio session + house show

In a cozy Tacoma home nestled within a copse of trees, the music was wall-to-wall during another house show presented by The Warehouse. The show featured Big Sur and The Crying Shame, among others. Between sets in the main house, Big Sur sequestered themselves in the back yard studio called “The Cottage.” There, we captured their live [...]


music // Frank Fairfield : 2011.11.12 : Urban Grace

music // Frank Fairfield : 2011.11.12 : Urban Grace

Before you hear him, you’re not sure you really believe Frank Fairfield. And it’s not his fault.With the momentum of a Dakota stampede, a slew of indie musicians has recently waded into the sweet river of folk salvation by the seat of their patchwork pants, ready to pledge themselves to a life of dirty long [...]


music // Kelli Schaefer : 2011.07.22 : The Space

music // Kelli Schaefer : 2011.07.22 : The Space

Just down Tacoma’s “Opera Alley“ lives a place called The Space—a bare bones venue seemingly afloat over the harbor lights and darkened streets of Tacoma’s industrial port. A perfect showbox for the visceral music of Portland’s Kelli Schaefer. Kelli may hail from across state lines, but as the night’s presenter Adam (of The Warehouse) observed, Tacoma could easily [...]