This is the first VNT post of the 2012 year but it’s a good one. HelloIndo Magazine x IFOURDS Media x Kollaboration are presenting their first year anniversary concert this Saturday January 28th at the King Cat Theater. Presenting acts include: youtube Sensations: Joseph Vincent and Cathy Nguyen, American Idol finalist Andrew Garcia. This concert also features up and coming bands: New Heights Lions Ambition and Miss Teen Asia USA: Meeghan Henry. Hosted by: Joey Guilla Guest Feat: DJ SPAM I AM. I’ve heard VIP tickets are sold out but gerenal admission is still available so get your tickets now! Tickets are available at www.brownpapertickets.com
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In a departure from it’s better known tribute show traditions, Seattle Rock Orchestra is teaming up with a host of local musicians to present original, small-ensemble works.
Join Seattle Rock Orchestra at Chop Suey this Thursday, November 17 as they scale down from a 50-piece orchestra to groups of four or five to explore the intimate art of chamber music.
Featuring songs from local artists like Jen Wood, Chris Cunningham of Ravenna Woods, Kaylee Cole, Kris Orlowski & the Passenger String Quartet, Benjamin Verdoes of Mt. St. Helen’s Vietnam Band and James Lanman of the Good Hurt. Get your tickets here.
Socialize For Social Change is coming!
Join us for a fun-filled evening to Socialize For Social Change on Tia Lou’s newly remodeled Las Vegas style roof top deck!
Why should you attend?
Plus! First 50 attendees will receive a swag bag from our great sponsors!
Fashionably late comers relax – the raffle available at the door for awesome prizes!
All proceeds go to Global Music Project.
What is Global Music Project?
Global Music Project is non-profit organization representing music fans, artists, event promoters, progressive businesses, social activists, and others who believe in the power of music to attract, educate, and inspire humanity to participate in making a better world.
Lets add this up real quick… Seattle Fashion Week plus Trinity Night Club equals the official SFW 2011 opening launch party, then square that by local Seattle designers showcased through out the night and now multiply that by celebrity guests which, should and does, equal a kickass dance party with sexy fashion foward people! Everyone was there! The highlight of the evening was Reality TV celebrity and international designer Jeffrey Williams and NYC DJ Roxy Cottontail!!
Jeffery Williams, a local Seattlelite now currently living in Brooklyn, is the 2011 winner of the Bravo TV Reality show: “The Fashion Show”. Last night he proved to be just that! With his laid back, confident, cultural vibes, Mr. Williams seemed to have his own spotlight all night. With his inspiration stemming from his dreams and life’s magical moments, we are on edge waiting for his next collection.
DJ Roxy Cottontail was disarming with her victorious skills brining inspiration and good times to the dance floor. With her electro, hip hop, signature style a fishnet salute to punk, a touch of pink gloss to match her hot pink hair, there was not a single soul who could resist the sirén call to dance floor. Truly a stunning sight! This multi talented lady (promoting, producing, and rapping, yes I said rapping) is a force to be reckoned with!
During the SFW launch party, we here at VNT were able to showcase the winner of our Host Search Competition! Congrats to Cameron Johnson for stepping up her game! The competition was fierce! Bernard and Meiko gave Cameron a run for her money but they didn’t have chance when she pulled out her big guns, aimed, and started BLASTING away. For Details about the host competition click here
Think You Have What It Takes?!
Are you a people person? Can you start conversations easily? Do you like fashion? Do you like being in front of a camera? Think you have what it takes to be a Video Host at Seattle Fashion Week?! Visualnoisetype.com is looking for you.
So who are we looking for?
Male or female contestants ages 21 to 35 years of age. The contestants should preferably but not required to have a journalism background, firm knowledge of the fashion industry, be able to think quickly on their feet, be fashionably dressed and last but not least have personality.
The Voting Process
Five finalists will be announced via Facebook after the VNT Video Host Competition. The five finalists will have to prove themselves by interviewing up and coming fashion designers at the Comcast Student Fashion Show on April 6th. Each finalist will have their interview posted on our VNT/SFW YouTube Page. This is where the voting will begin. Voters will be able to look at pictures of your favorite host which will be posted on our VNT Facebook album. “Like it” and tell your friends to “Like” it too because the host with the most “likes” will win our video host competition.
The winner will become a part of the Visual Noise Type Media Team at Seattle Fashion Week 2011. He or she will conduct several LIVE interviews with local, national and international designers within the fashion industry plus an interview with a major recording artist.
The winner will also get exclusive behind the scenes video coverage of this three day event and will be featured on the official Seattle Fashion Week downloadable video, a VIP swag bag filled with over $100 of goodies and Photo shoot from one of Seattle‘s top Fashion photographer’s for their portfolio .
Seattle Fashion Week is a once a year event showcasing the hottest designers of the year! Fame is waiting…don’t miss the change be the host!
TEAM UP FOR NONPROFITS PRESENTS GIGS4GOOD FEATURING HOT BODIES IN MOTION AND LUC & THE LOVINGTONS BENEFITING THE SERVICE BOARD.
March 10 2011 – 7:00pm
2200 2nd Avenue
Team Up for Nonprofits presents Gigs4Good featuring Hot Bodies in Motion and Luc & the Lovingtons benefiting The Service Board.
Come and experience a fun night of music for a cause with two of Seattle’s funkiest bands. The very hot right now Hot Bodies in Motion will be supported by Luc and The Lovingtons who are fresh off their tour with Jason Mraz, and Austin Jenkes and The First Call all to benefit The Service Board, at one of Seattle’s legendary live music venues, The Crocodile. Grab you tickets now as the last Gigs4Good benefit was a sellout!
The Service Board’s programs offer the positive space and education opportunities that will empower our youth to build strong community. TSB takes kids raised in the shadow of Mt. Rainier for their first trip to the mountains, exposes them to new ideas, foods and cultures and opens the door to new opportunities and ways of broadening their life path. Through a unique blend of adult mentors, service-learning projects, civic engagement, and snowboarding adventures, TSB builds a caring community that broadens visions and nurtures strengths. This Gigs4Good benefit will raise funds to cover the cost of transporting youth and mentors to the mountain this winter where they will build resilience and conquer fears. The goal is to raise $5,000 to subsidize the rental of seven buses that will safely transport participants to Summit at Snoqualmie, Stevens Pass and Crystal Mountain for Sunday riding.
Hot Bodies in Motion is a four piece groove machine, delivering their own brand of danceable indie blues rock and flooding dance floors with infectious grooves. Imagine a hybrid of Stevie Wonder & Stevie Ray, give or take a beard and some flannel. One local put it perfectly; “every musician in the band is a master of their instrument… I’ve never seen as many people in a crowd dancing and smiling as I have at an HBIM show.”
Luc & The Lovingtons are a World-Soul-Pop band based out of Seattle, Washington who have recently garnered international acclaim through their “Freedom Song” and their recent tour supporting Jason Mraz. A sought after group with contagious energy and warmth, The Lovingtons bring back the spirit of the days of Motown, with a stack of songs full of empowerment, uplift and joy. From Chile to West Africa, New York to New Orleans, the Lovingtons have continued to spread good vibrations, delivering music with a passion and sincerity that connects to the heart.
Austin Jenckes & The First Call is a band that captures you and compels you to stop and listen. Austin Jenckes is a regional artist that has played over 1,000 shows in the last five years and formed the complete band in the summer of 2010. They were recently featured at the 2011 NAMM show in Anaheim, California and are currently working on their first collaborative effort, self-titled “Austin Jenckes & The First Call”, which will be released nationally, May 2011.
Team Up for Nonprofits mission is to build capacity for nonprofit organizations by cultivating a new generation of engaged supporters through the power of music and social media. Our Gigs4Good benefits raise funds and awareness for the nonprofits we partner with and provide an entertaining and accessible opportunity for people to support organizations making a difference. With Team Up you buy the tickets, we bring the music, nonprofits get the money!
A huge thank you to The Crocodile for sponsoring this event. Without our sponsors Team up could not produce our Gigs4Good events so we hope you will support them in return.
Pre-sale tickets: http://bit.ly/HBiMG4G
Pre-sale student tickets http://bit.ly/HBiMG4Gs
If you’ve been to Vancouver B.C. you’ve either been or heard of Gastown. Not only is it one of the most historical places in Vancouver but it’s a up and coming part of the city. Having said that right in the heart of Gastown is Chill Winston. Chill Winston is one of the most popular restaurants in the area. Every second Tuesday of the month you can catch one of the hottest burlesque shows in the northwest at the Guild located in the Chills basement.
The night started off with nice 5 piece Jazz band which played a little Dizzy Gillespie, Thelonious, and Miles with a few classic joints sprinkled in. Next the ladies came out and teleported the entire crowd back to the prohibition days with their custom out fits, hair and makeup. The Burlesques girls displayed true talent. All the girls could sing very well which accompanied the unique dance routines.
Last but not least and I’m not sure if it was the Valentine’s Day show to them or what but the show oozed sexiness and not a bad way, but a very taste full way I may say… unfortunately I could stay till end but I was told I miss a few treats during the finale act. Overall I had a good time and I highly recommend you witness it if you’re in the area. Here’s a slideshow of some of the things i saw.