Ashley Graham
(509) 230-0202
seattle, wa
casy and brian
san francisco, ca
Coretta Scott
spokane, wa
The Blakes
seattle, wa
Seaweed Jack
spokane, wa
Patient Patient
seattle, wa
Your Heart Breaks
seattle, wa
The Pharmacy
seattle, wa
Team Gina
seattle, wa
Geoff Doolittle / Jack Sheehy
Anthony Stassi / Brian White

Forget the way music is supposed to make you feel. How does it
really make you feel? Are your feet leaping off the ground? Are your hands clapping wildly? Are they flung about above your head? Are you out of your mind with excitement? Are you overwhelmed by it? Focused on it? It’s time to reevaluate what music does to you.

Enter Seaweed Jack. Chances are you haven’t heard of this quartet of gents from Spokane, Washington. You’ve missed their jam-packed hometown shows at Rock Coffee, and you weren’t in attendance that night they filled Seattle’s High Dive the fuck up. That’s okay. We’ve got your back, because here they are… for you.

Seaweed Jack began as a means of creative expression for four fellas attending Gonzaga University, and what started in basements soon spread, quickly becoming the most sought after act in town. While location has been known to inspire staggering works of genius, it has often been labeled a hindrance to Seaweed Jack’s burgeoning talent. Few acts have emerged from the black hole of the Spokane music scene, but Seaweed Jack, with its undeniable spunk, undeniable talent (there’s that word again), and sheer undeniable likeability, is poised to do just that.

A melting pot of sound, noise and personality. A fusion of indie rock, blues and jazz. This music actually is as so much music only claims to be: something new. And here's another list: nautical themes, clanking chains, alto sax, yelps, yips and hollers--the various elements that flavor the band's manic live show. All of this--these innovative styles, these heart-stopping performances, these four simple dudes from Spokane--has served to define Seaweed Jack as the zenith of experimentation on that unknown eastern side of the Evergreen state, bringing local media to their knees, and countless audience members leaping to their feet (clapping hands flung about above their head wildly, we'll add).

They've enraptured the local music scene, now it’s time to see about the world.

Seaweed Jack's sophomore album,
Haunt, will be released July 14 at the Big Easy in Spokane.

Words on Seaweed Jac

“As it stands now, Seaweed Jack is Spokane’s go-to indie band, and they’ve done so by being the most experimental, fearless, creative band in town. They’ve got an insane, infectious, live show.”
- The Inlander, April 27, 2006

“They play live with incredible energy and an array of instruments, including a marching band’s bass drum. [Seaweed Jack’s] musical ambitions are refreshing, and if they aren’t soon college-radio darlings, this music is [still] perfect for blowing out actual dorm room windows, or just the still-uncurtained dorm windows in your mind… This band is ready to go swash some fucking buckles.”
-, August 23, 2006

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Towne Lounge - Portland, OR
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15th Street Pub - Vancouver, WA
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Black Forest Club - Eugene, OR
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Scolari's Office - San Diego, CA

Missoula Independent - 04/19/07
Missoulian - 04/19/07
Spokane Sidekick - 03/22/07
Spokane 7 - 09/08/06
Gonzaga Bulletin - 09/08/06
Seattlest - 08/23/06
Inlander - 05/19/06
Inlander - 04/26/06 (part 1)
Inlander - 04/26/06 (part 2)
Spokane 7 - 04/08/05
Gonzaga Bulletin - 11/05/04