Live Video: Golden Gardens

Live Video, Local Music
Jake Uitti
photo by Beth Crook

Seattle duo Golden Gardens aim to infultrate a meaningful part of your mind. The beauty of the band, however, is that it is not obvious which part of your psyche they have in their sights. It is a constant journey for you, the listener, to figure out what's in their scope as you continue to hear the music that spins around you, dashes betwixt memory and nostalgia, squirms amidst loss and gain. Influenced by - we can only assume - mountain mist and wild fire smoke, melting ice and the tips of flame, Golden Gardens will find you and then find you again. Test their ability to do just that here, in their live performance on KEXP's Audioasis with DJ Sharlese:

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