The Round Spokane #28

The Round Spokane #28

Chris Molitor, Particlehead (Dirk Lind), Water Monster, Mark Anderson

Thu · May 25, 2017

8:00 pm

$5.00 - $8.00

The Round Spokane
Music | Poetry | Visual | Collaboration
Three songwriters sharing the stage, Alternating with a slam poet, Visual artists creating live, Joined by a mix of backing musicians, While the audience sits quietly a few feet away from a low stage, All together to create a unique evening of high quality & collaborative arts…

The Round was founded in 2005 by arts curator Nathan Marion, The Round started in Seattle at various venues such as Golden Gardens Bathhouse, Q Cafe, Yesler Community Center, and The Living Room tea house. It has been held at least every single month, and by Round #6 had landed at our home venue, Fremont Abbey Arts Center. Though we still jump to fun places like The Triple Door, Bumbershoot, Neumos, Rodstol Lane Farm, and other outdoor venues… the Abbey is definitely The Round’s home.
The Seattle Round has developed into an amazing volunteer-powered arts experience and it’s definitely not your normal concert. Musicians are only allowed to play once a year, so it keeps the lineups fresh!
The event has been or is active in other cities such as Portland OR, Tacoma WA, Austin TX, Anacortes WA, Vashon Island WA, and Lebanon PA.
Chris Molitor
Chris Molitor
Honest lyrics and upbeat folk style stems from the simplicity of a Midwestern upbringing and a love for the adventurous open road. Chris Molitor is a story teller - using melody and rhyme to bring the listener into beautiful moments where hopes and fears collide.
Particlehead (Dirk Lind)
Particlehead (Dirk Lind)
Dirk writes songs that range from intimate ballads to uplifting folk to full-blown worldbeat grooves.
Water Monster
Water Monster
Water Monster is the new side project of Cathedral Pearls vocalist/bass player, Max Harnishfeger. Engaging the soul side of his writing chops and his wide vocal range, Max explores the ins and outs of groove centered electronic dreamscapes. Layered over unique, hand crafted beats and one of a kind synth loops, Water Monster adds a human element of acoustic instruments like the kalimba and guitar into each song. Leaving the audience with ever-present knowledge that this group has an equally weighing grasp of technology and musical integrity. With a strong single release of the song "Rest" in the spring of 2014 and a debut EP titled "Survive The Night" Water Monster is quickly becoming one of the most exciting bands to watch this year in Spokane. Follow @wtrmnstr on Twitter and Instagram and watermonstermusic on Tumblr to watch this project unfold.
Mark Anderson
Mark Anderson
Spokane poet, founder of Broken Mic and community organizer.
Venue Information:
The Bartlett
228 W Sprague Ave
Spokane, WA, 99201
http://thebartlettspokane.com/