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EndSessions: Wild Cub play "I Fall Over" in-studio

Supported by Elysian Brewing Company Bringing nothing but a couple fancy computers (OP-1s for you music nerds), a bass, and an electric, Wild Cub walked into The End studios to play a version of a punchy new track "I Fall Over" from their 2017 release Closer. You can watch their exclusive...
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EndSessions: Manchester Orchestra play "The Gold" acoustic in-studio

Supported by Elysian Brewing Company : Swapping out their sweeping rhythym guitar and upbeat drums for two acoustic and haunting melodies, Georgia-based Manchester Orchestra came through Seattle touring their new album A Black Mile to the Surface, and played their new single "The Gold" in-studio...
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EndSessions: The Academic play acoustic "Bear Claws" in-studio

Supported by Elysian Brewing Company A trip to the Pacific Northwest meant different things for the members of The Academic, who all ventured from their native Ireland for a U.S. tour. Watch more exclusive Seattle performances On a trip around the states, you would think a stop to Seattle means...
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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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EndSessions: J Roddy Walston and the Business play "The Wanting" in-studio

Supported by Elysian Brewing Company Southern rockers J Roddy Walston and the Business came to the 107.7 The End studios to play their single "The Wanting" just days before we announced they would be playing alongside The Killers, The Lumineers, ODESZA and Portugal. The Man at Deck the Hall Ball...
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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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Alt-J plays stripped down 300 person free show at Chop Suey in Seattle

Supported by Elysian Brewing Company : 300 people were packed into the Seattle venue Chop Suey on April 28 to see none other than Alt-J, the English electronic/alternative group who has been selling out arenas, not neighborhood bars, for the past five years. Video Categories: EndSessions Related...
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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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WATCH: Judah And The Lion play exclusive show on Capitol Hill

Supported by Elysian Brewing Company : It's not often that you get a mandolin solo or a rap verse in an EndSession . It's even rarer that you get both in a single song, but that's exactly what happened when Judah & The Lion stopped by Elysian Brewing on Capitol Hill for an exclusive EndSession...
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EndSessions: Kaleo plays "Way Down We Go" at The Showbox

Supported by Elysian Brewing Company : It's a long way from Mosfellsbaer, Iceland, but Seattle has to be starting to feel like home to Kaleo. The Icelandic group has spent a lot of time here over the last year and a half, playing multiple shows in town and gracing the stage at Summer Camp in 2016...
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