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Inspired by summers in the Pacific Northwest, Airport Way illuminates the fringe of Seattle music through their Island Rock lens.
Inspired by summers in the Pacific Northwest, Airport Way illuminates the fringe of Seattle music through their Island Rock lens.
76 backers pledged $4,650 to help bring this project to life.

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What a wonderful world...

and without you in it things wouldn't be the same...In the interest of keeping this one short, please accept the fathoms of gratitude and respect that Amos, Chris, and I have for you.  Hear us publicly repeat that message at the Kestrel Vineyard Tasting room 3p - 6p & the Icicle Brewery 715p - 915p during OKTOBERFEST in LEAVENWORTH, WA Saturday October 20th.  Stay tuned for our official release, and above everything else truly receive our deepest thanks for the kick.

We've done it!

Thank you everyone for making this project a success! We will be getting everyone their personal thank yous as quickly as possible. Most importantly, the digital download of our album will swiftly reach each of you who pledged at that level. Thank you again in all manner of speaking, in whatever language you understand, and whoever you are ;) Thank you!

How would YOU describe our music?

Believe it or not we don't just play music, watch it live, or dream it in our sleep.  Airport Way also does quite a bit of reading about the music industry, local bands, regional trends, and national awards.

So in reading some of the "daily mail" so to speak, we came across this short but pertinent article regarding how bands describe themselves.  The article (from CD Baby) wrote about the necessity for sharp and succinct adjectives, ideas that drive a listener to an exact description rather than an abstract one.  Needless to say, the article got us thinking that maybe it would be helpful to see what you all were thinking about our music (the article actually suggested asking people).

So, in the spirit of collaboration, how would YOU describe our music?