Last summer I experienced Hop Harvest in Yakima. Did you know Yakima is the 2nd largest hop producer in the world? We hung out with the kind, passionate brewers at Bale Breaker, located right in the middle of the family hop farm to chat about hops, the family legacy and the quality beer they produce from these aromatic gems.
So riding the NW Made train we started up, NWL would like to present elpis&wood. A handcrafted furniture shop based out of Everett, WA; elpis&wood specializes in live edge reclaimed wood. When I heard about their shop, I thought ok I can go check these guys out. But after seeing what these two guys, Matt and Blake, produce, I needed to go see how they do it. If you are anything like us and you like the idea of home grown and produced in the Northwest, these guys are it. NW Made.
Here in the Northwest, a lot of us have this DIY, get it done mentality. Portland based Nike’s slogan “Just do it”, says it all. For me, there’s an intrinsic sense that …
So if you haven’t heard yet, I Will Keep Your Ghost is an Everett native band that classifies themselves as space rock glam rock electronic rock.
Here at Northwest Live we have our occasional guest copy writer, Krista Quinby, better known as M.I.L.K. of Milk & Whiskey blog, step in and write some stuff for us. And this week we have the pleasure of her first hand account and review of the Preacher’s Wife show that took place last weekend.
And here we are again! Hosted at Kroakers, with help from Summer Meltdown and Everett Music Initiative, another great weekend for music in Everett. This last weekend, January 17th, four local bands came together to put on an awesome show here in Everett, and I was lucky enough to be there to grab a few shots of their performances.
Everett Music Initiative has done an awesome job at show casing our local Everett talent. While I was out at Kroakers the other night shooting the band I Will Keep Your Ghost, I was able to catch EMI in action and see what their take on why Everett is the perfect place to find great music.