DEATH BY OVERKILL: All Star Porn Jam is a yearly fundraiser taking place in Seattle, members of hundreds of Seattle rock bands will trade members for a night for a good cause. But why limit it to one night a year? Exactly!! Thus formed out of a sheer “fuck it, let’s do it” attitude — Death by Overkill were formed, featuring members of Furniture Girls, The Highsteppers, The Adarna, The Slants, Voyager One, TokyoIdaho, and Neon. Despite trying to just have a good time with friends, these misfits have shared the stage with some pretty hot shit bands including: “Moody” Mickelson, Static & Surrender, Rebelle (Canada), The Kingsmen, Ventures, Jr. Cadillac, Heart, Merilee Rush, The Fabulous Wailers, The Sonics… and ‘Yer Ma Bruh… Yer ma is a beautiful woman and we have excellent taste so don’t get mad.
POLLY SLANDEROUS – www.facebook.com/pollyslanderous
Female fronted, Seattle saturated!
Polly Slanderous boasts some of the Seattle scene’s finest! With members of The Adarna, Furniture Girls, Sightseer, The Sins, In The Between, Voxxy Vallejo and Janis Lives. This brand new band is a powerhouse, right out of the gate! The sound has a rocked up, sexy cool, burlesque-ish, swankiness to it that manages to incorporate some hint of blues alongside some heavier sadistic sounds thrown in from time to time, as if to keep you in line.
One part Buresque Theater- Two parts Whiskey- Three Parts Rock n Roll show!
Led by dynamic and energetic front woman Sherrie “Voxxy” Johnson, and backed by some of Seattle’s best rockers! A live show that does NOT disappoint!
guitar- [jason] Lightfoot
bass- Fish [jones]
drums -[just] Murdock
THE THRILL The Thrill is a Seattle rock and roll band whose music is a combination of alternative, grunge, pop and great rock and roll.
Lead singer Todd Clirehugh knew from an early age that he wanted to play in a rock and roll band. He spent several years singing and honing his guitar playing in various rock and roll bands in the Seattle/Tacoma area before finally founding The Thrill in 2013.
The members have an organized cooperation that enables them to play as one. Clirehugh has a tremendous voice that he effortlessly uses to share the lyrics with the rest of us. Solid and full of life.
When asked how long have each of the band members have been playing music, the guitar/vocalist replied,
“Not long enough. It’s always a work in progress no matter if it’s with your own instrument, voice or playing in a band environment.”
We asked what the band hopes listeners will get out of the music and Clirehugh states, “I was inspired by a few acts that didn’t care about the current trend. They played what they loved and had great taste in music. Sure enough, these bands were able to make noise by doing it their way, on their terms and that’s the idea with The Thrill. Someone, somewhere is gonna dig it and it’s up to you to bring the music to that person.”
The band has a great sound, sort of a mix between Foo Fighters, Foreigner and Oasis. So, if you like any of those bands, you might just love this one.
Northwest Music Scene