UPCOMING Shows

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The Darts, Biblioteka, The Sinister Six

Sunday July 3rd - 7:00pm - Sunday July 3rd - 11:30pm

The Darts, Biblioteka, The Sinister Six

Substation645 NW 45th StSeattle, WA98107

Substation - Sunday July 3rd
It's A 4th Of July Weekend Explosion at Substation!!

THE DARTS
BIBLIOTEKA
THE SINISTER SIX

The Darts (Phoenix, AZ) are returning to Seattle with their spectacular brand of Farfisa organ & fuzz guitar driven garage rock!
alternativetentacles.com/artists/the-darts/

Biblioteka are making some serious waves around town bringing a sweet spin on new-wave & power-pop punk!
bibliotekaband.bandcamp.com/

Local garage-psych punks The Sinister Six kick things off turning up the decibels and shakin' down the walls!
gethiprecordings.bandcamp.com/album/sinisteria


$12 ADV / $16 DOS
Doors 7PM
21+
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152 interested  ·  56 going
Townsend's Solitaire / Sandy Dodge / Sabrina Pirzada / Mountain Holler

Tuesday July 5th - 7:00pm

Townsend's Solitaire / Sandy Dodge / Sabrina Pirzada / Mountain Holler

Substation

Folkin' Tuesday - Townsend's Solitaire / Sandy Dodge / Sabrina Pirzada / Mountain Holler

July 5, 2022
$12 ADV / $15 DOS
21+
7PM Doors

12 interested  ·  5 going
Veradas, the Disorderlies and Henry Lavallee (full band)

Thursday July 7th - 7:00pm

Veradas, the Disorderlies and Henry Lavallee (full band)

Substation

Seattle here we come! Come check us out Veradas with the Disorderlies and Henry Lavallee playing Substation Seattle on July 7th!

Doors 7pm
ADV $12/ DOS $15

7 interested  ·  1 going
Materia Obscura, Void Dancer, Veriteras, Vesuvian

Saturday July 9th - 7:00pm

Materia Obscura, Void Dancer, Veriteras, Vesuvian

Substation645 NW 45th StSeattle, WA98107

Materia Obscura, Void Dancer, Veriteras, Vesuvian at Substation

July 9, 2022
$10 ADV / $12 DOS
7PM
21+

42 interested  ·  19 going
ANVIL, White Wizzard, Midnite Hellion

Wednesday July 13th - 7:00pm

ANVIL, White Wizzard, Midnite Hellion

Substation

ANVIL, White Wizzard, Midnite Hellion

July 13, 2022
7PM
$16 ADV / $20 DOS
21+

39 interested  ·  17 going
Hissing / Human Effluence / The Convictions / Disease

Thursday July 14th - 7:30pm

Hissing / Human Effluence / The Convictions / Disease

Substation645 NW 45th StSeattle, WA98107

Hissing / Human Effluence / The Convictions / Disease @ Substation

July 14, 2022
$15 ADV / $18 DOS
7:30 PM
21+

83 interested  ·  31 going
Meatbodies with Spoon Benders, TBA

Thursday July 14th - 9:00pm

Meatbodies with Spoon Benders, TBA

Substation645 NW 45th StSeattle, WA98107

Thursday July 14th
Meatbodies
Spoon Benders
+ Guests TBA
Substation
$15 ADV / $18 DOS
8pm Doors

Within the fertile West Coast rock scene of the 2010s, Meatbodies’ Chad Ubovich was a
perennial candidate for MVP. Over the course of the decade, the Los Angeles native could be
seen peeling off guitar solos in Mikal Cronin’s backing band, supplying the Sabbath-sized low
end for Ty Segall and Charlie Moothart as the bassist for Fuzz, and, of course, fronting his own
Meatbodies. That recently dormant noise-damaged freak-rock outfit now returns with 333, a
corrosive stew of guitar scuzz, raw acoustic rave-ups, and primitive electronics. That acidic mix
didn’t come from nowhere. Because the downside to maintaining such a prolific work rate is that
the threat of burnout becomes a looming occupational hazard, and after touring behind
Meatbodies’ second album, 2017’s Alice, Ubovich finally hit his breaking point.
“I’d been touring for eight years straight with all these bands, and just couldn't do it anymore,” he
says. “There was also a feeling in the air that everything was changing, politically. Things just
didn't feel right, and I went down a dark path.”
Fortunately, Ubovich was able to pull himself back from the brink and, upon getting sober, began
writing and recording at a furious pace. By mid to late 2019, Meatbodies—Ubovich and
drummer Dylan Fujioka—had a new album in the can, ready to be mixed. But when COVID hit,
the band, like so many other artists, put their release on hold as they rode out the pandemic’s
first wave. During that idle time, Ubovich discovered a cache of demos that he and Fujioka had
recorded in a bedroom back in the summer of 2018, and he really liked what he heard. In
contrast to Meatbodies’ typical full-band attack, it was deliriously disordered. “It sounded gross,
like a scary Magical Mystery Tour,” he recalls proudly. After subjecting them to some
mixing-board freakery, Ubovich fast-tracked the songs into becoming Meatbodies’ third release,
333.
But while the new record diverts sharply from the evolution established by the punk rippers of
Meatbodies’ 2014’s self-titled debut and the fuzz-metal fantasias of Alice, it’s born of the same
econo spirit that birthed the band in the first place. Ubovich founded Meatbodies in 2011, when
a new generation of outfits rose from the ashes of the previous decade’s geopolitical tumult. The
period set a whole generation adrift—there were no jobs, no money, no opportunities. The
stability of previous eras was out of reach. But for artists like Ubovich, there were still ways to
move forward. “We had vans and guitars,” he says. “So we made our own thing.”
While 333 charts Ubovich’s journey from drug-induced darkness to clear-eyed sobriety, it also
reflects how the world he re-entered was still pretty messed up—if not more so. That psychic
tug-of-war plays out on the opening “Reach for the Sunn” whose distorted slow-motion creep
leads to a chorus both celebratory and dispiriting: “Reach for the stars/reach for the sun/reach
for the trigger/reach for the gun.” In writing these songs, Ubovich realized that he wasn’t so
much singing about his own path, but something much greater than himself. “These lyrics are
dark, but I think these are things that a lot of people are feeling and going through, especially
Americans,” he says. “We’re watching the fall of U.S. capitalism, and 333 is a cartoonish
representation of that decline.”

But as much as it speaks to the disillusionment of a lost generation, 333 also abounds with the
innovation that limited resources can inspire. To set the Zeppelin III-styled pagan-campfire jam
“Let Go (333)” in motion, Ubovich tapped out the beat with drumsticks on his pillow, while
“Nighttime Hidden Faces” melds two completely different demos together, steering its Stereolab
synth drones into a mind-bending boogie worthy of Royal Trux. The instrumental “Eye Eraser”
might be 333’s greatest example of hermetic ingenuity—what may have turned into a shoegaze
rager is instead rendered as a blissful union of brain-fogging fuzz and minimalist electro beats.
Ironically, by working within a tighter lo-fi schematic on 333, Meatbodies have greatly expanded
their palette, opening new portals to explore. And yet for all its free-ranging experimentation,
333 arrives at a tidy, full-circle conclusion with the sundazed serenade, “The Hero,” a song that
Ubovich sees as a logical bookend to the opener. As he explains: “One is the id, one is the
super-ego, Although I don’t know which is which. They're both very sardonic and defeatist in a
lot of ways, but ‘The Hero’ is supposed to be a little funnier, laughing at everything.” He’s earned
the right to a chuckle: For an album that wasn’t supposed to exist, 333 is the ultimate testament
to Meatbodies’ renewed vitality.
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Animal Adjective, Battlestations!, Sinking Season

Friday July 15th - 7:30pm

Animal Adjective, Battlestations!, Sinking Season

Substation645 NW 45th StSeattle, WA98107

Animal Adjective, Battlestations!, Sinking Season
Fri, Jul 15, 2022 7:30 PM

Adv $15 / Dos $18

6 interested  ·  6 going
Sounds Like Summer at Substation

Saturday July 16th - 6:00pm

Sounds Like Summer at Substation

Substation645 NW 45th StSeattle, WA98107

Sounds Like Summer at Substation

Featuring:
48 Degrees North
Another Sentiment
Reaction Feed
Pent Up!
Bad Side of the Moon
25 Cent Ride
Enuft


Doors at 6pm
21+ only
Tickets $12adv or $15dos
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25 interested  ·  21 going
TRAITRS · Rayon · Dead Spells

Monday July 18th - 7:00pm

TRAITRS · Rayon · Dead Spells

Substation

YES Music and Substation present -

TRAITRS
traitrs.bandcamp.com/
With their emotive melodies, propulsive rhythms, angular guitars and dark cinematic electronics, TRAITRS have quickly become one of modern post-punk’s fastest rising independent bands. Consisting of Sean-Patrick Nolan and Shawn Tucker, TRAITRS formed during the summer of 2015 in Toronto, Ontario Canada. The duo recorded demos with producer/engineer Josh Korody (Nailbiter, F*cked Up, Japandroids, Dilly Dally), garnered the attention of Pleasence Records label head James Lindsay and released their debut cassette Rites And Ritual in April 2016. After gaining buzz in the European and North American dark music scenes, TRAITRS released their critically acclaimed LP Butcher’s Coin (Pleasence Records, Manic Depression Records, Alchera Visions) in May 2018. Backed by the strength of lead single ‘Thin Flesh’, the duo embarked on a series of lengthy tours overseas, performed in over a dozen countries including showcases at Wave Gothik Treffen, Castle Party, Extramuralhas, Nocturnal Culture Night, Wavefest, Canadian Music Week and Pop! Montreal. Their relentless touring schedule and work ethic caught the attention of Schubert Music Publishing’s Thomas Thyssen and Eric Burton, and in October 2020 they announced TRAITRS as the first signing to their brand-new record label Freakwave Records. This year, TRAITRS will release ‘The Sick, Tired And Ill’ EP on July 30 and the full-length LP ‘Horses In The Abattoir’ on November 19.

Rayon
missrayon.bandcamp.com/
Portland, Oregon’s Rayon (formerly "Miss Rayon") is the creation of Detroit/Flint Michigan native, Eric Sabatino. Residing somewhere on the spectrum between New York no wave and Manchester post-punk, one can hear influences as broad as Sonic Youth, Yoko Ono, ESG and Magazine. Rayon released their debut full length record, Eclipse, November 2018 on Portland's XRAY Records. A series of singles was released during Spring of the 2020 Covid-19 quarantine, and a second full-length record, Colour, will be released this winter on Little Cloud Records.

Dead Spells
deadspells.bandcamp.com/

Music by DJ Franki Freetz

July 18, 2022
$15 ADV / $18 DOS
7pm Doors / 8pm Show
21+

Substation
645 NW 45th St
Seattle, WA 98107

Adv tickets: www.eventbrite.com/e/traitrs-rayon-fading-signals-tickets-295419446517?aff=efbeventtix



DISCRIMINATION, HARASSMENT & INAPPROPRIATE BEHAVIOR ZERO-TOLERANCE POLICY
Verbal and physical acts of harassment, abuse, bullying, bigotry, racism, sexism, homophobia, misogyny, and violence against others based on their race, ethnicity, gender, national origin, disability, political affiliation, or religion will not be tolerated. Any persons found to be in violation of this policy will be asked to leave the event.
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44 interested  ·  19 going
Quelle Chris DEATHFAME North American Tour

Tuesday July 19th - 7:30pm

Quelle Chris DEATHFAME North American Tour

Substation

Quelle Chris DEATHFAME North American Tour

Support from:
Cavalier
Greg Cypher

July 19, 2022
$15 ADV / $20 DOS
7:30PM
21+

6 interested  ·  6 going
Dead by Design / Thoughts for the Builders / Armature / Opponent

Tuesday July 26th - 7:00pm

Dead by Design / Thoughts for the Builders / Armature / Opponent

Substation645 NW 45th StSeattle, WA98107

Dead by Design / Thoughts for the Builders / Armature / Opponent

Tue, Jul 26, 2022 7:00 PM

$12 pre- sale / $15 Day of Show

21+

10 interested  ·  5 going
Pouch Reunion Show with Ocasta, Vanishment, Jack and the Dull Boy

Thursday July 28th - 8:00pm - Thursday July 28th - 11:00pm

Pouch Reunion Show with Ocasta, Vanishment, Jack and the Dull Boy

Substation645 NW 45th StSeattle, WA98107

Pouch Reunion Show with Ocasta (formerly Teepee Creeper), Vanishment, Jack and the Dull Boy

12 interested  ·  15 going
SOLTAN w/ Triptonic [ON SALE NOW]

Friday July 29th - 10:00pm

SOLTAN w/ Triptonic [ON SALE NOW]

Substation645 NW 45th StSeattle, WA98107

Dubstep Heavyweight Soltan's Seattle Debut

with support from Triptonic

and SKOOBZ

26 interested  ·  21 going
ELUCID & Billy Woods plus House Party DJs

Saturday August 6th - 7:30pm

ELUCID & Billy Woods plus House Party DJs

Substation

ELUCID & Billy Woods + House Party DJs

Saturday, August 6th, 2022
$16 ADV / $20 DOS
8pm / 21+

6 interested  ·  3 going
Telekinetic Yeti and White Hills with STAHV and Dank

Wednesday August 10th - 8:00pm

Telekinetic Yeti and White Hills with STAHV and Dank

Substation

Telekinetic Yeti
White Hills
STAHV
Dank

Doors 7:00 PM
Show 8:00 PM

$15 ADV
$19 DOS

Based out of Iowa, Telekinetic Yeti is a two-man band that delivers sonic brutality melded with psychedelic doom wizardry, forged by the worship of the almighty riff and honed by relentless touring and dedication to their craft.

Creating music as cryptically enchanting as it is heavy, you wouldn't guess that the impressive cacophony pouring out of the speakers like molten, metal syrup is being produced by only two people. Founder and guitarist Alex Baumann explains, “Originally I decided not to have a bass player purely for logistical reasons, it was just another schedule to work around, another person who’s boss could tell us we can’t tour, but then I started seeing it as a challenge, like let’s see how heavy we can make it with just two people.”

That started grabbing peoples' attention. Relentless touring and playing pretty much any club that would have them, the band set sail on their epic voyage, selling their debut album Abominable out of their van and cutting their teeth in the underground playing hundreds of shows. All the while receiving rave reviews of their live performance as well as their first release, which landed at #2 on the doom charts and stayed right there for months. The Sludgelord called the eight-song album “a f***ing monster from start to finish,” and The Obelisk, including the album in their year-end, best of list, dubbed it the “debut of the year,” and said “it could have been another band’s second or third record for the level of cohesion on display.” The video for “Stoned and Feathered” quickly racked up a few hundred thousand views and counting. It was at this time that Telekinetic Yeti caught the attention of Ozzy Osbourne bass player, Blasko, who named Abominable on his “5 favorites” list. People were starting to catch on, and soon thereafter Telekinetic Yeti would be invited to tour extensively with some of the best heavy rock bands in the business, including Clutch, Black Label Society, Red Fang and Weedeater.

Now the band finds itself in a much different, auspicious position, and with the help of famed producer Phillip Cope (Baroness, Kylesa, Damad, Black Tusk et al), Telekinetic Yeti returns with their eagerly-anticipated, second full-length album, Primordial.

With this release, the band takes their game to a whole new level. Primordial explores themes as diverse as evolution, sorcery, black magic and the contradictions of the gloriously uplifting yet simultaneously melancholic human condition. "I wanted to write something that was an appropriate intro to the album, that brought to mind an early earth setting and featured atmospheric elements as well as some droning, sparse simplicity and lyrically, simple imagery regarding the dawn of humankind and creation of the first tools." explains Baumann of the title track.

As it unfolds, the album evolves into a cathartic exploration turning themes into tangible sounds and haunting fugues. Says Baumann regarding the inspiration behind “Beast”: "This song is about wanting to escape the societal constraints that keep us on the wheel, toiling away, indefinitely. It's also about questioning authority figures, or really
anyone that claims to have all the answers."

Matured songwriting, creatively brutal riffs and an exercise in monstrous tones make this listen an immersive experience taking you back to explore and appreciate the primordial ooze that we all came from. Telekinetic Yeti has partnered with stalwart Indie label, Tee Pee Records.


Telekinetic Yeti is:

Alex Baumann - Guitar/Vocals
Rockwel Heim - Drums
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Hooveriii + Nolan Potter's Nightmare Band + Reverse Death

Thursday August 11th - 7:30pm

Hooveriii + Nolan Potter's Nightmare Band + Reverse Death

Substation645 NW 45th StSeattle, WA98107

Hooveriii + Nolan Potter's Nightmare Band + Reverse Death

August 11, 2022
$12 ADV / $16 DOS
7:30 PM Doors
21+

1 interested  ·  1 going
Petite Amie (Mexico City)

Friday August 12th - 8:00pm

Petite Amie (Mexico City)

Substation

Petite Amie (Mexico City)
+ Support TBA

Tue, Jul 12, 2022 8:00 PM

Pre-Sale: $12
Day of Show: $16

24 interested  ·  8 going
Church of the Cosmic Skull, Black Box Revelation, Lord Buffalo

Saturday August 13th - 7:00pm

Church of the Cosmic Skull, Black Box Revelation, Lord Buffalo

Substation

Church of the Cosmic Skull 2022 USA Tour with Black Box Revelation & Lord Buffalo

August 13, 2022
$18 ADV / $22 DOS
7PM Doors
21+

24 interested  ·  17 going
PURE VNM TOUR

Thursday August 18th - 8:00pm

PURE VNM TOUR

Substation645 NW 45th StSeattle, WA98107

Boundless Northwest presents Pure VNM Tour

Headliner
Pure VNM

Co Headliner
Yvng Fonti

Supporting Acts
T Smooth
Smitty
Nayo Dez
Propho Lotto
Terrance
Bri Lachele
Lil Freddie B

Opening Acts
Meechie & Foolie
Scott Elkins
Onassis
Jonah The Kidd
One Chance
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2 interested  ·  7 going
The Bellwether Syndicate · Then Comes Silence · Accolade

Tuesday August 23rd - 7:00pm

The Bellwether Syndicate · Then Comes Silence · Accolade

Substation645 NW 45th StSeattle, WA98107

YES Music Productions presents -

The Bellwether Syndicate
thebellwethersyndicate.com/home
Formed in 2012, THE BELLWETHER SYNDICATE is fronted by veteran artist William Faith (vocals/guitars), and Sarah Rose Faith (vocals/guitars). While the studio recordings are made by William and Sarah alone, the live lineup includes Corey Gorey (bass) and Philly Peroxide (keyboards/percussion) and Stevyn Grey (drums). The band have always sought to color outside of prescribed genre lines, endeavoring to push past the boundaries of style into something substantial and vital.
Released in 2013, The Night Watch EP was supported by a string of dates both domestic and abroad, culminating in the band delivering a celebrated performance at Germany’s storied Wave-Gotik-Treffen festival in 2014.
Released in 2018 (as a single from the forthcoming album), Republik is an alluring piece of glam noir, fusing a raw, swing groove with William’s crooned vocal, itself a lyrical lamentation of the erosion of communication between people in this troubled era, while Sarah’s liquid guitars gently sweeten the delivery before the song gives way to an instantly-memorable, anthemic chorus, bursting with glam rock guitar and tribal drums, as the timely lyric compels us to “wake up” and turn back from the precipice while there’s still time…

Then Comes Silence
thencomessilence.eu/
Then Comes Silence are the Swedish captains of postpunk. The quartet from Stockholm is a fresh breeze of gothic renaissance, kicking darkness around with hammering rhythms and melodies that make hearts melt and blood freeze. The fascination for doom and darkness pervade and influence every tune and word.
The music of Then Comes Silence takes the listener on a journey from swinging postpunk to the shadows of goth-gaze and into scraps of coal hearted psych. The sharp soundscape is intense, massive and pounding. The lyrics flirt with death and sorrow. It’s goth, psychedelica, rock and post-punk in a symbiosis. Since the band’s very first show, as the opening act for A Place to Bury Strangers in 2012.
The sonic collaboration of two guitars creates an imaginative dimensional sonic picture, propelled either side of the drum and bass lead, like a dark and winged creature. Sinister and threatening vocals set up a presence that is both exciting and foreboding. Adrenaline guaranteed! Their music attracts wide attention and is praised for its apocalyptic sound and dystopian message.
In 2018 the band opened for Fields Of The Nephilim and Chameleons Vox in Germany and are more frequently a part of the line-up on the festivals in Europe. The same year, Seth Kapadia and Jens Karnstedt left the band and the former session musicians and touring substitutes Mattias Ruejas Jonson (ex A PROJECTION) and Spanish born Hugo Zombie (ex Los Carniceros Del Norte) became the new members in the band.

ACCOLADE
accolade.bandcamp.com/
ACCOLADE is a Seattle based gothic-ethereal industrial band fronted by classical singer Stefanie Reneé

Tuesday Aug 23, 2022
Doors 7pm / Show 8pm // 21+
$20 adv / $25 dos

Substation
645 NW 45th St
Seattle, WA 98107

Adv tickets: www.eventbrite.com/e/376964640387



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Verbal and physical acts of harassment, abuse, bullying, bigotry, racism, sexism, homophobia, misogyny, and violence against others based on their race, ethnicity, gender, national origin, disability, political affiliation, or religion will not be tolerated. Any persons found to be in violation of this policy will be asked to leave the event.
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ELDER w/ Belzebong & Dreadnought

Wednesday August 24th - 7:00pm

ELDER w/ Belzebong & Dreadnought

Substation

ELDER w/ Belzebong & Dreadnought

August 24, 2022
7PM Doors
$20 ADV / $25 DOS
21+

104 interested  ·  53 going
CREEPING DEATH

Friday August 26th - 7:00pm

CREEPING DEATH

Substation645 NW 45th StSeattle, WA98107

Creeping Death with 200 Stab Wounds, Ingrown, Spiritworld, Tribal Gaze
Adv $20 / Dos $25

Lone Star State metallers Creeping Death combine the crushing, doom-laden brutality of Swedish death metal with the kinetic, neck-snapping drive of classic Bay Area thrash.
Originating in the metal-rich town of Denton, but later based out of the Dallas-Fort Worth area, the group was founded in 2015 by vocalist Reese Alavi, guitarist Trey Pemberton, bassist Eric Mejia, and drummer Lincoln Mullins. Frontman Alavi caught the hardcore bug at the age of 18 after attending a particularly pummeling and cramped Tattoo Parlor set by Dallas thrashers Power Trip. Inspired by classic grindcore and old-school death metal giants like Bolt Thrower and Grave, and drawing lyrical inspiration from the massively multi-player online role-playing game Runescape, Creeping Death issued the three-song EP Sacrament of Death in 2016. The band's second EP, 2018's Specter of War, became an underground hit and eventually caught the attention of eOne, who signed the group later that year. Creeping Death's first full-length effort, the merciless Wretched Illusions, arrived in September 2019.
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VELOCITY

Saturday August 27th - 11:00am - Sunday August 28th - 2:00am

VELOCITY

Substation645 NW 45th StSeattle, WA98107

VELOCITY returns! Modular Seattle and Patchwerks present an all-day event celebrating modular and hardware synthesizers and the community that surrounds them, featuring an all-day trade show and educational seminars during the day, and performances across three stages at night. Come visit your favorite gear manufacturers and the Patchwerks pop-up shop, learn tools and techniques from the artists themselves, and experience an incredible evening of light and sound alongside this amazing community.

11 AM – 5 PM:
Trade Show where various modular / hardware synth manufacturers will show off their latest gear and interact with the community.

11 AM – 3 PM:
Educational Seminars where speakers will speak on various subjects relating to electronic music-making and related technology .

4 PM – 2 AM:
Performances from local and visiting artists, with genres varying from house / techno, ambient, noise, industrial, and beat-oriented music.

The trade show from 11am-5pm is free to attend and all ages are welcomed. The remainder of the event, including seminars, are 21+ and tickets are required.

Tickets $40 adv, $50 at the door.
Lineup and general info can be found at the link below.

Event website:
www.velocityseattle.com/

Organizers:
www.modularseattle.com
www.patchwerks.com
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56 interested  ·  46 going
MEGALODON [TIX ON SALE THURSDAY AT NOON]

Saturday September 3rd - 9:00pm

MEGALODON [TIX ON SALE THURSDAY AT NOON]

Substation645 NW 45th StSeattle, WA98107

Megalodon: Blood Oath Tour

Tickets on Sale: Thursday June 30th at 12pm.

Saturday Sep 3

w/ support from: BAD BOIZ (Guy LeFoux, SVPERVILLAIN, Yoozer)

& Sunshine The Derrrty Girl

21+

10pm - 2am
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22 interested  ·  19 going
Jerry Paper, Tonstartssbandht + Special Guest

Sunday September 4th - 7:00pm

Jerry Paper, Tonstartssbandht + Special Guest

Substation645 NW 45th StSeattle, WA98107

Jerry Paper, Tonstartssbandht + Special Guest

Sept. 4, 2022
$17 ADV / $21 DOS
7PM Doors
21+

1 interested  ·  1 going
MOONSPELL w/ Swallow the Sun, Witherfall

Friday September 9th - 7:30pm

MOONSPELL w/ Swallow the Sun, Witherfall

Substation

“American Full Moon: 30 Years of Moonspell"
Swallow the Sun
Witherfall

Sept. 9, 2022
7:30PM
$22 ADV / $25 DOS
21+

45 interested  ·  27 going
Full of Hell & Blood Incantation (co-headline Tour)

Saturday September 17th - 6:00pm

Full of Hell & Blood Incantation (co-headline Tour)

Substation645 NW 45th StSeattle, WA98107

Full of Hell & Blood Incantation (co-headline)
Vermin Womb
Mortuous
God is War

Sept 17 2022
Doors 6PM
Adv $20/ Dos $25

176 interested  ·  79 going
Mars Red Sky with Greenbeard and Sorcia

Sunday September 25th - 8:00pm

Mars Red Sky with Greenbeard and Sorcia

Substation645 NW 45th StSeattle, WA98107

Mars Red Sky with Greenbeard & Sorcia

Mars Red Sky (FR)
Greenbeard
Sorcia

$15/ $18
Doors 8PM

17 interested  ·  16 going
Earth / Iceage

Saturday October 15th - 8:00pm

Earth / Iceage

Substation645 NW 45th StSeattle, WA98107

Earth / Iceage 2022 Tour

October 15, 2022
8PM
$25 ADV / $30 DOS
21+

148 interested  ·  27 going
Folkin' Tuesday - Jonathan Foster

Tuesday April 4th - 7:00pm

Folkin' Tuesday - Jonathan Foster

Substation645 NW 45th StSeattle, WA98107

On tour, Folk-Americana songwriter Jonathan Foster performs at Substation in Seattle, Washington

2 interested  ·  1 going
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