Upcoming Shows

Garden Chat w/ Songsters & Christian Klepac

Wednesday December 19th - 8:00pm - Wednesday December 19th - 11:30pm

Garden Chat w/ Songsters & Christian Klepac

Substation
645 NW 45th St
Seattle, WA  98107

Garden Chat https://www.facebook.com/achatinthegarden/ Songsters Christian Klepac

32 interested  ·  16 going
Transit::Born

Friday December 21st - 9:30pm - Saturday December 22nd - 2:00am

Transit::Born

Transit::Substation
645 NW 45th St
Seattle, WA  98107

Transit proudly invites you to a rare, all-vinyl showcase, spanning two rooms at Substation, to share in celebrating the launch of our monthly, third-Friday event. The team and the venue promise a very special edition that truly honors the night in which the new Transit is Born. Veteran West Coast DJs will curate a night steeped in rich, full sounds of vinyl records, and house music that blends a wide-range of styles, era, and culture. The lighting, visuals, and dancers add a unique emphasis, ensuring that Transit will deliver the best fucking house night that could be fucking experienced! This birthday party is not one to be missed! The Lineup: *Trevor Vichas is coming special from South Lake Tahoe to bless Transit :: Born with his exceptional track selection and skills! From the early 90’s until the mid-2000’s, Trevor was a fixture (with many residencies) in the Seattle & Portland house music scene, and he currently maintains a residency on Chicago House FM. His original & remix work has been released on over 20 labels, and his unique sound makes you want to jump up and hit the floor~ https://soundcloud.com/trevorvichas https://www.residentadvisor.net/dj/trevorvichas *Sol has been a fixture of the PNW house music scene since its inception in the mid-nineties. He has brought his signature mix of deep soulful jackin' house music to clubs and warehouse parties up and down the coast. Sol's funky, soulful, and energetic mixing style fills dance floors, bringing crowds of even the most discerning dance music fans together under one groove. Sol’s energy and smile is synonymous with the uplifting vibe that his fans have come to expect! We're celebrating Sol's Birthday this evening too. solcalderon7.wixsite.com *AC Lewis is the beloved Bar Manager @ Transit::Substation! Importantly, he was a big part of our inspiration to create Transit. AC is a very talented, veteran DJ (a Seattle fixture in the underground electronic music scene since the late 90’s). He has had many years’ of really good DJ residencies in Seattle, played at WMC in Miami (and the DEMF in Detroit), and many other renowned events... So without even saying, we're very honored to have him bless the tables and generate the Transit launch night sound. *Miss Min.D has made her home in the Seattle music scene in the early 2000's. Her current love for breaks has found her current residency at Fraktured Sundays at Kremwerk, with many others in years' past. Playing records are her expertise. She undoubtedly has remarkable track selection, style, and energy in her house sets, paired with her skills, of many years of expertise. https://soundcloud.com/miss-min-d *Kyle Douglas is a Chicago-born DJ, who has been collecting (and spinning) vinyl avidly; since the late 90’s. With a solid 20-years of DJ’ing experience, Kyle confidently plays all genres of House, and loves to get down with the crowd. His sound always has a full heartbeat, is chunky, organic, melodic, and constantly moving, all without losing that soulfulness that House music provides. And Kyle is very intimate with his tracks, understanding them from start to finish. He’s held residencies in NYC, played festivals in California, at the best venues in SF, and now books many gigs in Seattle, WA, where he currently resides. https://soundcloud.com/kyledouglas *Pappa T has been in the Seattle house music scene for over twenty five years! His love of house music began in the early 80’s.. The Chicago and New York scenes influenced him. In the mid-90’s he was introduced to the SF scene. Being the maestro is what he loves to do. Pappa T has played at infamous events and venues, and always says “It’s a culture, and not a fad.” And hopefully you will experience that on the dance floor! C’mon Seattle!... See MoreSee Less

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Dangg w/ Despairer & City of Industry + Florida Man

Saturday December 22nd - 8:00pm - Saturday December 22nd - 11:59pm

Dangg w/ Despairer & City of Industry + Florida Man

Substation
645 NW 45th St
Seattle, WA  98107

This Line up! DANGG Despairer City of Industry Florida Man

75 interested  ·  30 going
Kathy Moore Presents: Synthesis New and Experimental Music

Thursday December 27th - 8:00pm - Thursday December 27th - 11:59pm

Kathy Moore Presents: Synthesis New and Experimental Music

Substation
645 NW 45th St
Seattle, WA  98107

Synthesis New and Experimental Music Rock Edition: Shawn Smith https://www.facebook.com/shawnsmith1 Kim Virant https://www.facebook.com/KimVirantMusic/ Brittany Anjou https://www.facebook.com/BrittanyAnjou/ Kathy Moore https://www.facebook.com/Kathy-Moore-Music-1147145881983255/... See MoreSee Less

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Slow Code, Githyanki, Lullaby League, If Penguins Could Fly

Friday December 28th - 8:00pm - Saturday December 29th - 12:00pm

Slow Code, Githyanki, Lullaby League, If Penguins Could Fly

Substation
645 NW 45th St
Seattle, WA  98107

Lee Newman's birthday party! Lee's worth a good celebration, so let's give them one. Slow Code: https://www.facebook.com/slowcodewa/ Ferocious dirge-punk Githyanki: https://www.facebook.com/Githyanki-1599408273611465/ Super heavy grunge Lullaby League: https://www.facebook.com/LullabyLeagueBand/ Oddball folk metal If Penguins Could Fly: https://www.facebook.com/If-Penguins-Could-Fly-167348856802236/ Instrumental rock trio $10 cover, 21+ Doors at 8PM See you there!... See MoreSee Less

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Sub 49 Collective Debut

Saturday December 29th - 10:00pm - Sunday December 30th - 2:00am

Sub 49 Collective Debut

Substation
645 NW 45th St
Seattle, WA  98107

Sub 49 is proud to announce our first showcase at Substation Seattle, featuring each of our founding artists to introduce our signature sounds: AuSteele - soundcloud.com/AuSteele Floston - soundcloud.com/flostonofficial GRAYMATTER - soundcloud.com/graymatterofficial James Gatz - Soundcloud.com/officialjamesgatz Jay Peeki - soundcloud.com/picchimusic Minor 206 - soundcloud.com/minormusicmelody Silver - soundcloud.com/silver-buchanan --------------------------------------------- Substation Seattle - 645 NW 45th St, Seattle $5 cover at the door, 21+ 10PM - 2AM --------------------------------------------- ABOUT SUB 49 --------------------------------------------- We have been working hard over the past few months planning and putting together this group of individuals and ideas. A platform was lost that we feel had brought in a harder style of house which has left a gap needing to be filled. A group of us have come together to create a platform to help curate this sound once more. With a combo of DJs and producers we wanted to offer more than just events, we now present to you Sub 49. This is not only an event company, but a record label/collective. Our first compilation EP, Subliminal Vol.1 will be released December 28th with our first event at the Substation on December 29th. Sub 49 is more than a collective and label – it is a way of life. Our sound is gangster, our sound is dark, our sound is groovy, but most importantly, our sound reflects who we are and who we choose to be. We hail from the darkest corner of the United States, the land of timber, mountains, and endless water. Will you travel with us into the depths, and see what there is to discover? Sub 49 – curating hard-hitting 4/4 electronic music from the PNW since 2018... See MoreSee Less

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The High Council NYE CD Release with Marshall Law and Tryin'

Monday December 31st - 8:00pm - Tuesday January 1st - 2:00am

The High Council NYE CD Release with Marshall Law and Tryin'

Substation
645 NW 45th St
Seattle, WA  98107

This New Years Eve join The High Council and Marshall Law for a psychedelic musical jam band blow out like no other. Pacific Northwest jam scene mainstays, The High Council will release their second LP, a two-disk album entitled “Chasing The Sun”with a New Years Eve album release party at the new Substation Annex in Ballard. Joining the bill are local favorites: Marshall Law Band, and Tryin. The product of over a years work, “Chasing The Sun” stretches the boundaries and perceptions of what a jam band studio album can be. Great effort was taken to capture and reproduce the elusive energy and feel of the live performance, while also maintaining the highest production standards. The album runs the gamut from concise and thoughtful songwriting, to mind-bending improvised jams, tied together with a sound that flows seamlessly between psychedelic rock, funk, blues and americana. They have a Southeast Asian tour planned in February in support of the LP, as well as several regional shows. The High Council members are lead guitarist Zeke Wakefield, rhythm guitarist Ryan Philippart, bass guitarist Reign King, keyboardist Zack Olson, drummer Davy Nefos and percussionist Jeff Pang. Joining the bill as main support; Marshall Law Band is a high-energy 6-piece Hip-hop and Funk group that has been tearing up stages across the northwest. MC Marshall Hugh’s conscious and inventive lyricism combined with their band of unusual and severely talented musicians, creates a unique and powerful sound. They released their debut EP “Nostos: A Hero’s Journey” on November 21st, 2018. Also making a special guest appearance is Tryin’, a groovy, Seattle-based live electronic trio that blends elements of trance fusion and disco. They create a unique sonic canvas during every performance. They are bound to blow your mind. Doors open at 8:00 p.m. and music starts at 9:00 p.m. This New Years Eve, this is the place to be. Don’t miss out.... See MoreSee Less

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NYE Balkan Bash! Melez w/ The Fetatones & the mysterious SK band

Monday December 31st - 8:00pm - Monday December 31st - 11:55pm

NYE Balkan Bash! Melez w/ The Fetatones & the mysterious SK band

Substation
645 NW 45th St
Seattle, WA  98107

Melez Band https://www.facebook.com/melezband/ The Fetatones https://www.facebook.com/The-Fetatones-136002103094982/ + the mysterious SK band... See MoreSee Less

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The Return of Red Heart Alarm plus Stucky Jackson & the Boys

Wednesday January 2nd - 8:00pm - Wednesday January 2nd - 11:59pm

The Return of Red Heart Alarm plus Stucky Jackson & the Boys

Substation
645 NW 45th St
Seattle, WA  98107

Red Heart Alarm https://www.facebook.com/redheartalarm/ Stucky Jackson & the Boys https://www.facebook.com/stuckyjacksonandtheboys/ Plus Special Guest... See MoreSee Less

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Amateur eyes / Artemis Moon / Trauma Del Rey / Grim Statistic

Friday January 4th - 8:00pm - Friday January 4th - 11:59pm

Amateur eyes / Artemis Moon / Trauma Del Rey / Grim Statistic

Substation
645 NW 45th St
Seattle, WA  98107

Artemis Moon https://www.facebook.com/artemismoonmusic/ Trauma Del Rey https://www.facebook.com/traumadelrey/ Grim Statistic https://www.facebook.com/grimstatistic/ amateur eyes https://www.facebook.com/seyeruetama/... See MoreSee Less

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Modular Nights at Substation

Saturday January 5th - 4:00pm - Saturday January 5th - 7:30pm

Modular Nights at Substation

Substation
645 NW 45th St
Seattle, WA  98107

Join us for a (free) night of experimental music! At the Substation, 21+ Lineup: Infideltek https://infideltek.bandcamp.com/ Lousy Falcon https://www.instagram.com/lousyfalcon/ Auxia https://soundcloud.com/Auxiamusic Scott Hornberger Blood Red Brien Barrett Eric Schlappi https://ericschlappi.bandcamp.com/ Jako Greyshire https://www.youtube.com/user/JAkoGreyshire Eightch http://www.eightch.com/ YOU DIED! https://youdied.bandcamp.com/album/saiba Visuals by Torin Kovach torinkovach.com... See MoreSee Less

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Metal Yoga at Substation

Sunday January 6th - 6:00pm - Sunday January 6th - 7:00pm

Metal Yoga at Substation

Substation
645 NW 45th St
Seattle, WA  98107

Laura Orso Yoga Presents : METAL YOGA https://www.facebook.com/lauraorsoyoga Metal Yoga at Substation! Come do some Vinyasa Flow to Metal music, and get a discounted drink after class! Doors at 5:30pm, Class 6:00-7:00pm. Class Price:$15, includes $2 off a drink after class! EARLY BIRD PRICING! Sign up online by 12/30 and get $5 off admission! Please bring: -Photo ID -Comfortable clothes you can move in -Yoga mat (perhaps a spare if anyone needs it!) -Water bottle (optional) Any questions please let Laura Orso know!... See MoreSee Less

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Post/Boredom, Miscomings, Eats Batteries, Red Lektroid

Thursday January 10th - 8:00pm - Thursday January 10th - 11:59pm

Post/Boredom, Miscomings, Eats Batteries, Red Lektroid

Substation
645 NW 45th St
Seattle, WA  98107

Post/Boredom Miscomings Eats Batteries Red Lektroid

32 interested  ·  10 going
The Crystal Method at Substation

Friday January 11th - 9:00pm - Saturday January 12th - 2:00am

The Crystal Method at Substation

Family Night Seattle
645 NW 45th st
Seattle, WA  98107

Family Night Seattle, HeadyWorks & 2nd Bass Productions Presents: The Crystal Method The Trip Home (New Album) For more than two decades, The Crystal Method has remained at the forefront of the worldwide dance music industry as pioneers of the big beat genre, innovators of the ‘90s electronica movement and current-day global ambassadors of the American electronic sound. Originally formed as a duo, alongside now-retired founding member Ken Jordan, The Crystal Method today lives and breathes as a solo act, with co-founder and originator Scott Kirkland at the helm. And with the artistic reboot comes the next chapter in The Crystal Method timeline: The Trip Home, out September 14 on the band’s own Tiny E Records. As the sixth full-length The Crystal Method album and Kirkland’s first as a new found solo act, The Trip Home serves as the creative rebirth of the brand. An artistic manifesto and love letter to the electronic world, The Trip Home welcomes Kirkland at the driver’s seat with full control of the reins. The Trip Home is co-produced with veteran producer/remixer/composer Glen Nicholls,who has worked with legendary artists like The Prodigy, Nine Inch Nails, Sia and UNKLE, among many others, in addition to scoring several of his own feature films. For the new album, Kirkland dove deep into the decades-spanning discography of The Crystal Method. The result is a sound that revisits the roots of the classic Crystal Method aesthetic, while pushing its possibilities into the future. Equal parts throwback and dynamic futurism, The Trip Home expands Kirkland’s unrestrained curiosity into new realms and new sounds. To perfect this fine balance, Kirkland took a back-to-basics approach, which saw him firing up his arsenal of analog synths and reconnecting with his collection of vintage gear. The lead single “Holy Arp” captures this calculated formula perfectly: A brooding intro of darkly tinged bleeps and bloops slowly builds the song’s tension before it pours into a bed of chunky synths, distorted reverb and alien sounds. Its minimal, vocal-less melody allows space for the synths to expand and reach a high peak before disintegrating into the ether. It was “Holy Arp” that gave Kirkland the first flashes of the cohesive sound that would shape The Trip Home “As soon as I got that track going, I knew I had found the direction for the new album,” Kirkland says. “It reverberates with the sound of Crystal Method classics like ‘Name of the Game’ and has some of the gnarliness of ‘Vapor Trail.’ It’s an angry, ballsy, bombastic trip down the inner workings of the vintage ARP 2600 synth.” Elsewhere, the emotional ballad “Ghost in the City”—co-produced with electronic artist/producer Le Castle Vania—is a narrative-driven electronic dream that floats through dark clouds and shredding guitars, while singer-songwriter Amy Kirkpatrick delivers an angelic and touching vocal performance. “The Raze,” also produced alongside Le Castle Vania, is a mind trip through thick and heavy synths that unfurls with cinematic, dark drama. “It was great to have the opportunity to collaborate with Dylan (Le Castle Vania) again on two tracks from the new album,” Kirkland says. “There’s a Difference,” a reimagining of the track “Difference” off The Crystal Method’s 2014 self-titled album, is a full-on alt rock hybrid that mixes melodic electronics, pulsing bass via Tony Buchen (The Griswolds, Boyzone), punching live drums from Grammy winner Matt Chamberlain (Pearl Jam, The Wallflowers, Fiona Apple) and riveting vocals from singer Franky Perez (Apocalyptica, Slash). “Distance” is both cinematic and theatrical as it reaches toward progressive crossover territory in its delivery of chainsaw guitars, electronic atmospherics and operatic vocals care of Delila Paz and Gavin McDevitt of Teflon Sega. Collectively, The Trip Home pieces together the fundamentals of The Crystal Method’s storied past while adding new, unexplored elements for a cohesive, unique sonic experience that’s as diverse in sound and style as it is anthemic and driving. “I wanted to create a concept album of sorts,” Kirkland says, “a project that speaks to what’s going on in my life right now and a vision that also brings The Crystal Method sound forward and shapes it in a new way. I’ve been enjoying the idea of making an album like our debut album Vegas, where every song is different. Every song ha a different BPM, every song has different emotions, every song has different elements.” The Trip Home also serves a Kirkland’s message and reaction to the grandiose excess of today’s EDM scene. Where the genre constantly offers tired and recycled noise, Kirkland answers with an album built on organic sounds, a wide emotional range and, ultimately, real music. Forged from analog synths, recorded through vintage Moog and Electro-Harmonix pedals and mixed through Sound City’s Never console—not the same one used on Nevermind; Dave Grohl has that one—The Trip Home is a warm embrace of organic electronic music. The natural noise of analog gear is part of the sound. “I’m always looking for just the right amount of wrong,” Kirkland says.“I’m really proud of all the collaborations and incredibly talented artists who contributed to The Trip Home. Are you as excited as we are for this legend!? With such a world legend coming to town, we had to recruit Seattle's Finest Local Legends to help hold down that vibe. 2 Rooms of Music Featuring Special Guest: Sean Majors - Part of LOST DJ crew. Studio 4/4 resident. Monkey Loft resident. Owner of Bar Justice and By The Pound Delicatessen. Co-owner of Upper Left Events. Lover of heavy conversation. http://www.upperleftlive.com/events/ Michael Manahan - http://www.michaelmanahan.com/ Dot Diggler- Seattle/SF breakbeat junkie. Founder of Fraktured, weekly broken beat night at Kremwerk, and multi city wide movement, Slut Garden BM Camp Lead, Extra amazing, loving, protective, positive human... https://soundcloud.com/dj-dot Recess- Recess is the founder of Shameless Productions and has a long illustrious tenure in the underground music scene of Seattle. Recess' dance floor oriented DJ sets often reflect Shameless' aesthetic by focusing on forward thinking music while cherishing the gems of the past. About 5+ years ago he began a yoga practice which has continued on today. His eclectic interest in music and desire to bring yoga to the dance music community led to DJing the first Yo Yo Yoga event at the Electric Tea Garden with many more to follow. https://www.mixcloud.com/ItsRecess/ Kadeejah Streets- Following his tour of duty in Vietnam in the late 60's, Streets, disillusioned and alone, his Technicolor American dream shattered, drifted from city to city, making and breaking friendships in days over the most trivial matters such as, "Who the f$#@ got into my Choco Crunch!?" Eventually he made for the NYC where he found himself at home among the gay, black and Latino communities. It was here that he first encountered what was later to be popularly defined as 'disco.' "I'll never forget it," he once said. "Had I not accepted my friend's invitation to check out this joint called the 'Paradise Garage,' my life wouldn't have been the same, man. That first night I felt like I was rising to a higher state of consciousness. We were all one." Mr. Streets has kept on rising ever since. https://soundcloud.com/kadeejah-streets Performing Arts - Alecia Joy - Bellingham, Wa https://www.facebook.com/freakonaleciamusic/ Tae Shantii -Seatlle, Wa https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000957035450 Vendors - HeadyHQ - Portland, Oregon http://www.headyHQ.com Heady HQ brings an eclectic mix of high end head ware and fashion accessories to a party near you. Live Painters - VERONICA LYNN HARPER -Seattle, Wa https://www.facebook.com/veronicalynnharper1 THE ART OF CREATING FLUID BEAUTY Movement is an art form. The relationship of the artist & the paint is a slow dance between freedom & technicality. Somewhere in the balance is an elegance where unconscious shapes create an alluring composition. Colors inspired by nature are a reminder to preserve the beauty of the world we all gratefully share. BACKGROUND Veronica Lynn Harper is a multifaceted visionary with eleven professional years in the video gaming industry as an avatar system builder, clothing designer, 3d modeler, texture artist, and art director at past companies EA Games & Sony Computer Entertainment America. During her time in the game industry Veronica also produced various outreach platforms for artists at Disney, Nickelodeon, Blizzard Entertainment, Blur Studios, SOE, and Rockstar Games to display personal art at galleries in Southern California. In recent years her production focus is custom art for home, office, & business spaces. She develops from a home studio in the lush forests of Seattle, Washington USA. Make sure and check out our other events coming up! November 1st - WhiteBear & BogTroTTer w/ Ovoid NorthStar, Pilz Beats and Zara B 2 rooms of Music https://www.facebook.com/events/327655901132783/ Family Night Seattle - https://www.facebook.com/FamBamMusic206 /?modal=admin_todo_tour HeadyWorks - https://www.facebook.com/headyworksmusic/ The Pirate Party - https://www.facebook.com/piratepartymt/ Substation 21+ 645 NW 45th St Seattle, Washington Music 9:00-2:00 am Tickets on Sale September 21st... See MoreSee Less

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FÓRN/ Worm Ouroboros/ Isenordal/ Cavurn

Saturday January 12th - 8:30pm - Saturday January 12th - 11:55pm

FÓRN/ Worm Ouroboros/ Isenordal/ Cavurn

Substation
645 NW 45th St
Seattle, WA  98107

FÓRN https://forn.bandcamp.com/ Worm Ouroboros https://www.facebook.com/WormOuroboros/ Isenordal https://isenordal.bandcamp.com/ Cavurn https://cavurn.bandcamp.com/ Plus - Witches Market (List of Vendors coming soon) at Substation 645 NW 45TH $12 ADV at https://bpt.me/3857404 $15 DOS... See MoreSee Less

375 interested  ·  100 going
Winter Onesieland

Saturday January 19th - 8:00pm - Sunday January 20th - 2:00am

Winter Onesieland

Substation
645 NW 45th St
Seattle, WA  98107

Seattle Rave Culture & Resurgence Presents: ❄️ ~~~ Winter Onesieland ~~~ ❄️ 🔥 20+ of Seattle's Hottest DJs! 🎉 8:00PM - 2:00AM! 😱 3 Stages! *Note* (Only Main Stage will be 18+, Bar and 3rd Stage are 21+ only) 🚇 Substation, Seattle WA 645 NW 45th St, Seattle, WA 98107 ===================== SMTHRS ENDR Luv Hertz Frogman DJ Ecchi R.a.D. Mung Mung NKNTRL Goku 12k Dylan C Shane Christian Gaugez Zoa Flux Starkè Ascendan'T NADA Arctic Boii Kezaki Fresher Bobcat #LetsRave #WeAreResurgence... See MoreSee Less

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The Masquerade of Souls Over Seattle

Sunday January 20th - 7:00pm - Sunday January 20th - 11:59pm

The Masquerade of Souls Over Seattle

Substation
645 NW 45th St
Seattle, WA  98107

The Masquerade of Souls Tour, featuring Seven Spires and AfterTime bring their touring symphonic metal show to the Substation in Seattle WA. With Local Openers PRIMARY PULSE https://www.facebook.com/primarypulse/... See MoreSee Less

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Snaccs the Band with Good Quiver & Avestra

Thursday January 24th - 8:00pm - Thursday January 24th - 11:59pm

Snaccs the Band with Good Quiver & Avestra

Substation
645 NW 45th St
Seattle, WA  98107

Snaccs the Band https://www.facebook.com/snaccsband/ Good Quiver https://www.facebook.com/goodquiver/ Avestra https://www.facebook.com/avestra/... See MoreSee Less

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Beatrix Sky(EP Release) Sweet Creature Echo Ravine Bunny N Bear

Saturday February 2nd - 8:00pm - Sunday February 3rd - 1:00am

Beatrix Sky(EP Release) Sweet Creature Echo Ravine Bunny N Bear

Substation
645 NW 45th St
Seattle, WA  98107

In Substation's Chandelier Room: Beatrix Sky (E.P. Release) https://beatrixsky.bandcamp.com Sweet Creature "I have brought fetters to thee, O Ra, and Apep hath fallen because thou hast drawn them tight" https://sweetcreaturemusic.bandcamp.com/track/old-salt Echo Ravine dreampop https://echoravine.bandcamp.com Bunny N Bear live guitar and computer created instruments https://bunnynbear.bandcamp.com/... See MoreSee Less

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Wormwitch/ Witch Ripper/ Summoned By Giants/ Bakushin

Friday February 8th - 8:00pm - Friday February 8th - 11:59pm

Wormwitch/ Witch Ripper/ Summoned By Giants/ Bakushin

Substation
645 NW 45th St
Seattle, WA  98107

BC metalheads Wormwitch come south, with Frelard's fave sludgemasters Witch Ripper and Summoned by Giants and newcomers Bakushin. Wormwitch (Vancouver BC/ Prosthetic Records) https://wormwitch.com Witch Ripper Summoned by Giants Bakushin Doors 8:30PM Tickets: $10 early bird through Dec 31 $12 general pre sale $15 dos... See MoreSee Less

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Seattle PsyOps: Ace Ventura!

Saturday February 16th - 9:00pm - Sunday February 17th - 4:00am

Seattle PsyOps: Ace Ventura!

Substation
645 NW 45th St
Seattle, WA  98107

Seattle PsyOps is proud to bring you one of the pioneering artists of the current Progressive Psychedelic Trance sound: Ace Ventura. Tickets will be available at select PsyOps events for the time being. Trance on :)... See MoreSee Less

524 interested  ·  179 going
CHRCH / Un / Old Iron

Sunday February 17th - 8:00pm - Sunday February 17th - 11:59pm

CHRCH / Un / Old Iron

Substation
645 NW 45th St
Seattle, WA  98107

Neurot Recordings band CHRCH and fellow doomers Un and Old Iron come together for a night of dark psychedelic doom. CHRCH (CA) https://www.facebook.com/chrchdoomca/ Un https://www.facebook.com/unvibes/ Old Iron https://www.facebook.com/oldironband/ $10 ADV early bird... See MoreSee Less

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Conan/ Usnea/ Heiress/ TBD at Substation

Friday March 1st - 8:30pm - Saturday March 2nd - 2:00am

Conan/ Usnea/ Heiress/ TBD at Substation

Substation
645 NW 45th St
Seattle, WA  98107

Details to come

286 interested  ·  51 going
So Pitted/ Monsterwatch/ TBD

Friday March 29th - 8:00pm - Friday March 29th - 11:59pm

So Pitted/ Monsterwatch/ TBD

Substation
645 NW 45th St
Seattle, WA  98107

So Pitted (Sub Pop) MONSTERWATCH TBD

122 interested  ·  25 going
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