This is the front cover of our mix CD’s booklet. Prepare for awesome previously-unreleased tunes from BRITE LINES, Cloud Person, Mikey and Matty, Campfire Ok, The Young Evils, Fox and the Law, The Horde and the Harem, Autumn Electric, Ok Sweetheart, Arkomo, Kye Alfred Hillig, Kite Repair, Lowlands, Julia Massey & The Five Finger Discount, The Parade Schedule, The Foghorns, and Timbre Barons. You’ll get it free if you’re one of the first 150 through the High Dive doors on Saturday!
On Saturday, June 28th 2014, Brite Lines, a sea of glass, and Cloud Person will be performing at the High Dive in Fremont (Seattle.) That night, the first 150 through the doors will receive a free limited-edition mixtape featuring 17 unreleased tracks from 17 rad local bands, including:
Brite Lines, Cloud Person, Mikey & Matty, Campfire OK, The Young Evils, Fox and the Law, The Horde and the Harem, Autumn Electric, Ok Sweetheart, Arkomo, Kye Alfred Hillig, Kite Repair, Lowlands, Julia Massey and the Five Finger Discount, The Parade Schedule, The Foghorns, and Timbre Barons
Come to this show! It’ll be jawsome! And we’re filming it, too. (We need it to look at least somewhat crowded for that, right?)
"As the singer of Brite Lines, Zach Gore often sounds like a wise old friend, someone who is eager to steer you toward safety and away from the perils of small-town America. He can be emphatic in his vocal delivery, with lyrics that are populated with ghosts, failed relationships, escapism, and the dangerous allure of darkened forests. These cautionary tales are coupled with a smooth and emotive folk-rock sound, recalling bands like Wilco or Beulah at their softer moments."
ALL-AGES! This is our first all-ages Seattle club show in 2 years. AND we’ll be shooting some live video of our set. Come hang and hear your hooting and hollering on a recording that will live forever!
Photos from our 4/12/14 show at the Tractor Tavern are thanks to Arlene Brown of BrownFotoBug.com
"Next up were the adorably geeky Brite Lines… One of (their) drummers had an especially good sense of negative space in his drumming, while those trading on electric guitar eschewed their picks, which produced some very nice tones and unexpected sounds. Lead singer Zach Gore has a great voice and great stage presence, smiling and happy-dancing his way through darkish, folkish songs of love leaving and gone."