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Week of 1/7: McTuff, Eclectic Approach, Tiger’s Wood, and Tim Carey

(Clockwise from top left) Tiger's Wood, McTuff, Eclectic Approach, Tim Carey
(Clockwise from top left) Tiger’s Wood, McTuff, Eclectic Approach, Tim Carey

A busy week ahead with some long-time musical partners, a brand new band, and the return of Tiger’s Wood:

McTuff – Tuesday, January 8th @ Seamonster Lounge, 10:30pm – 21+
Tiger’s Wood – Wednesday, January 9th @ Triple Door Musicquarium, 8:30pm – 21+
Eclectic Approach – Thursday, January 10th @ Amber, 10pm – 21+
Eclectic Approach – Friday, January 11th @ Wild Buffalo, 8pm – 21+
Tim Carey Trio – Saturday, January 12th @ Hotel Monaco, Private Function
McTuff – Sunday, January 13th @ Marine View Church, 5pm – All-Ages

Eclectic Approach is a funk/pop group out of Seattle with a long list of accomplishments and a bright future. They recently performed on Jimmy Kimmel live and raised over $20,000 with a Kickstarter in December, and I’ll be subbing for their drummer on these two shows. Tiger’s Wood, featuring Richie Aldente members Tim Kennedy and Ian Sheridan, returns to the Musicquarium, McTuff visits Marine View Church’s Jazz Series, and I’ll be playing some straight-ahead jazz at Hotel Monaco with fellow Hardcoretet members Tim Carey and Aaron Otheim. Lots of different music with lots of talented players.

Hardcoretet Joins Table & Chairs Records

Local jazz label Table & Chairs represents some of Seattle’s most energetic and forward-thinking groups and artists including Cuong Vu, Operation ID, Chemical Clock, and Bad Luck. They’ll be re-releasing our last album Do It Live in the fall and we’re excited to have our music associated with such a stellar group of musicians. From the Table & Chairs website:

“Table & Chairs is pleased to announce that Hardcoretet has joined our numbers. Fans of Operation ID and Chemical Clock are sure to gravitate to their unstoppable funkiness, and those of Neil Welch or WA will resonate with Hardcoretet’s sharp-angled melodies and many-dimensioned sound palette. That said, Hardcoretet will occupy a unique space within our roster, and we’ve chosen to represent the group based on the distinctiveness of their sound. After years of watching at the sidelines, we’re proud to finally be a part of Hardcoretet’s music-making career, and for them to be a part of ours.”

Fall Seattle Shows

Along with a tour down to LA and back in October, Hardcoretet has three Seattle shows in the fall with more on the way:

Saturday, September 22nd at Seamonster Lounge
2202 N 45th St – 10pm – Free – 21+

Thursday, October 4th at The Triple Door Musicquarium
216 Union St – 9pm – Free – 21+

Friday, October 26th at Royal Room
Table & Chairs Showcase w/Operation ID
Operation ID 8:30pm – Hardcoretet 10pm
5000 Rainier Ave S – 8:30pm – $10 sugg – All-Ages til 10