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Seaprog presents Moraine • Clearly Beloved • Fang Chia

Substation, 645 NW 45th Street, Seattle, WA

Fresh off their finest shows ever in support of Soft Machine, Seattle avant-prog stalwarts Moraine continue to build momentum with another new tune and the band's strongest recent material, alongside two of the Salish Sea's finest sonic explorers.

Moraine / Michael Trew album release / Niagara Moon

High Dive, 513 N 36th Street, Seattle, Washington

Northwest progressive music treasure Michael Trew (Moon Letters, Autumn Electric) performs his new album, "Waiting in the Wings" with a five-piece band augmented by string and woodwind players. Moraine opens the proceedings with a set including ample new material, followed by Niagara Moon - quite an evening of sonic curiosities!

Doors 7pm - $8 Adv/$10dos - 21+

www.autumn-electric.com/michael-trew--solo-.html www.facebook.com/michaeltrewmusic/ www.moraineband.com www.niagaramoonmusic.com www.facebook.com/niagaramoonmusic/

The Michael Trew Band featuring: Mark Ellis - Drums/ Mike Murphy - Bass, Vocals, Glockenspiel/ Julie Baldridge - Violin/ Lauren Trew - Vocals, Bass Clarinet / John Allday - Keyboards / Joe Stormer - Vocals / Michael Trew - Guitars, Keyboards, Flute, Vocals. + Special Guests TBA

Moraine w/ Consider the Source (NYC)

Lo-Fi Performance Gallery, 429 Eastlake Ave E, Seattle

Moraine shares a bill with NYC visitors Consider the Source: "Drawing from progressive rock, fusion and jazz, with alien sounds soaked in Indian and Middle Eastern styles, CTS blends disparate parts into a striking, utterly original whole ... CTS has been dubbed Sci-Fi Middle Eastern Fusion" - sounds like a great pairing! http://considerthesourcemusic.com/

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