Sat, January 5, 2013
Doors: 9:00 PM / Show: 10:00 PM
$7 Advance $8 Day of show
This show is 21+, proper I.D. is required for admission
Doors: 9:00 pm Show: 10:00 pm Age: 21+
Net proceeds benefit Food Lifeline
Support for Audioasis comes from the Seattle Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs and US Bancorp.
More about Food Lifeline:
Food Lifeline is a nonprofit organization dedicated to ending hunger in Western Washington. Food Lifeline makes every penny count, and 94% of the food we receive from local, state and national contributors is donated. Details at KEXP.ORG
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Wimps are a three piece formed in 2011. They released a well received 5 song demo at the beginning of 2012 and have been playing near and far consistently since as they prepare to release a full length in early Fall. Though Wimps is a relative new band, Rachel Ratner (vocals/guitar), Matt Nyce (vocals/bass) and Dave Ramm (drums) have been playing music in the Northwest for years in groups including The Intelligence, Meth Teeth, and Butts.