Elysian Brewing Company

EndSession: K.Flay Plays Stripped Down Version of 'Bad Vibes' in Belltown

Supported by Elysian Brewing Company : Kristine Flaherty who goes by her stage name K.Flay played a charity show in April with proceeds going to the Lambert House. Why? Because she's the best! Before that show, though, she made time to play a special, intimate set for some of her many Seattle fans...
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EndSession: MO Came by the Studio to Perform an Acoustic Version of 'Blur'

Supported by Elysian Brewing Company : Danish singer-songwriter Karen Marie Aagaard Ørsted Andersen, known professionally as MØ, came by the End studio before her show at Showbox SoDo earlier this year . She gave us a special acoustic preview before taking the big stage and it was a treat, watch...
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Max Frost Endsession

EndSession: Max Frost Plays New Music Stripped Down in Studio

Supported by Elysian Brewing Company : Max Frost has had quite the year! He embarked on a tour that was cut short when he was offered an incredible opportunity - to open for Twenty One Pilots! He jumped on the chance and ended up rocking the Tacoma Dome last November. He's coming back to Seattle on...
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EndSession: Judah & The Lion Played New Music for a Packed House at Elysian Taproom

Supported by Elysian Brewing Company : Judah & The Lion are full of positive vibes on their social media and carry those vibes into real life. They're getting ready to drop their upcoming album, Pep Talks on May 3rd and gave a few dozen fans a taste of the album during an intimate performance...
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The Interrupters Stopped by to Play 'She's Kerosene' Before Taking the Stage at Scallywag Festival

Supported by Elysian Brewing Company : Before The Interrupters headed to White River Amphitheatre to play Scallywag craft beer and music fest last month, they stopped by the studio to test out their set on us! It was an afternoon delight, for sure, especially when they busted out a stripped down...
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Au/Ra

EndSessions: Au/Ra plays "Outsiders" for in-studio exclusive acoustic performance

Supported by Elysian Brewing : What were you doing when you were a teenager? Was it touring the world in a band, known for your great vocals singing in your third language? It's probably safe to say there is only one blue-haired individual that can lay claim to that backstory, and that's Au/Ra...
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EndSessions: Minus the Bear play packed Elysian Brewery on Seattle's Capitol Hill

Supported by Elysian Brewing Company : After a lengthy tour around North America on their new album VOIDS, Minus the Bear was finally able to find some respite and stay the night in their own Seattle homes before popping up to The Capitol Hill Elysian Brewery for an exclusive EndSession for a...
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EndSessions: Bleachers plays acoustic "Don't Take The Money" in a Seattle brewery

Supported by Elysian Brewing Company : Jack Antonoff has the kind of personality that can own a stage in front of thousands or in front of 30, which is exactly what happened when he stepped on the small platforms in Seattle's Elysian Brewing on Capitol Hill to play an acoustic version of Bleachers...
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Bastille plays delicate rendition of "Fake It" for intimate Seattle audience

Supported by Elysian Brewing Company : Armed with a piano and vocalist Dan Smith's powerful voice, the often booming and powerful sound of Bastille took a backseat to a more delicate, sensitive version of the band's new song "Fake It," which the band played for a small audience in Seattle at the...
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EndSessions: Bishop Briggs performs reworked song in historic Seattle church building, The Fremont Abbey

Supported by Elysian Brewing Company : Head up Fremont Ave, over the bridge and past Paseo and you'll find an old church building that has been converted into an art space originally built in 1914 as St. Paul’s Lutheran Church, now called the Fremont Abbey. Why Bishop Briggs was our 2016 Breakout...
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