Jesse Dienner is a designer, writer, and musician based in the SF Bay Area. He is currently mixing and mastering an EP.
Robert Hardgrave has been a key player in the Seattle arts scene for quite some time. “snowtrack”, a dizzying black-and-white piece representative of his latest body of work, creates a world that seems to fill endlessly with stairs, slides, and wooden panels. Up and down become constantly inseparable, while stand-out figures — a wheel, a coffin, a C…? — catch one’s eye and confuse one’s mind even further.
Mihae Jung is a Prevention & Development Staff Member at WAPI, a Seattle-based organization that helps colored youth in the Seattle area deal with substance abuse and dependency issues through counseling, drug treatment programs, and arts and education programs.
Erin Kendig is a Seattle-based illustrator and artist who enjoys exploring complex themes with her artwork, such as: “the interplay between the micro and macro, how the many comprises the whole, ideas of perception and psychology, issues of connection and disconnect, relationships, the triumphs and failures of language and the narratives we construct.”
Jesse Pohlman‘s novel Physics Incarnate is a sci-fi novel and psychogical thriller rolled into one. The story follows a physicist who unwittingly finds himself confronting a secretive past he left behind — as well as a buxom blonde seeking revenge. It is available digitally or in paperback via Amazon.
Working Brilliant‘s latest artist, Lee Koch, found some success on NBC’s The Voice — and on his latest folk-Americana record, he takes inspiration from true love and marriage, and his rediscovered love of traveling and performing. “Trusty Branch” is the first acoustic single, and you can download it here.
Adam Boffa of Ambinate
Helio Camacho of Own Records
Matt Henderson and Van Pham of Xhurches
Daniel Lippel of New Focus Recordings
Clint Lunde of Ski Duck
Troy Micheau of Swahili
Emily Pothast of Midday Veil
Jacob Van Loon
The following individuals do not have a project they would like linked or reviewed, but we’d like to thank them nonetheless:
Wen-Ling Kuo & Jim Lo