Archive | See Me River

One more spot on tonight's dance card: Lemolo at the Comet

[video:] As many of you here in Seattle have heard, local favorite Drew Grow (of Drew Grow & the Pastor’s Wives) was in quite a gnarly accident recently. Reports about surgeries and physical healing reports seem to be on the up-and-up, but unfortunately, that means a pile of medical bills — and this is […]

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See Me River play album release tonight, with Grand Archives and S. at the Tractor

Tonight is a three band deep jubilee of American self-expression as smart and intimate as a poem by Walt Whitman, and as big and overflowing with talent as a Seattle Carter Family. The Tractor hosts See Me River‘s album release for The One That Got A Wake, their latest and best album so far. They’re […]

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Grand Archives and See Me River at the Crocodile

Show Date: June 12, 2009

I’d like to register a complaint against the sound guy at the Crocodile on Friday. No matter where you were standing it felt like your ears were clogged, or your head was wrapped in cellophane. Having never seen Grand Archives live before, I wrote off a lot of their shortcomings to the poor sound quality. […]

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Noise for the Needy choice for Friday night: Grand Archives, See Me River and more…

Grand Archives, a group of veteran indie rockers, is touring for the upcoming release of their second full-length album, Keep In Mind Frankenstein, due out September 15th. That’s the day before my birthday. I’ll think of it as Mat Brooke’s (Band of Horses) present to me. If you’re enamored with the idea of five part […]

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A mid-week orchestral pop night with The Builders and the Butchers, See Me River, and Hey Marseilles at Neumos

Show Date: October 15, 2008

I was originally attracted to this show because The Butchers & The Builders are opening for Amanda Palmer's Seattle tour-stop in December, and I'm an avid follower of her art. Say what you want about her solo work (which, versus her Dresden Dolls work, has a very different flavor), Amanda has a good nose for […]

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See Me River


Listening to See Me River, the solo side project of Das Llamas frontman Kerry Zettel, the only conclusion I can come to is that Zettel really wasn't trying very hard. It's an acoustic album of eleven campfire folk songs that clocks in at almost thirty minutes. In the creation of the album Zettel made a […]

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