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Nothing but sweet love in the sun at Bumbershoot. We assembled our largest band to date (including two dance crews) for an all-out music and dance extravaganza on the Fisher Green stage that had the best audience ever screaming “ALOHA” … Continue reading
Check out this interview with WG206 that went down just moments after getting off the stage at Bumbershoot!
We woke up early today to perform on King 5 television for the New Day Northwest morning show as a preview of #Bumbershoot coming up this weekend. Click here to check out the whole show!
Pak talking story with Ishmael Butler (Digible Planets, Shabazz Palaces) at Bumbershoot 2012. Totem Star Records (read more), the non-profit youth-run record label and mentoring program co-founded by Pak and Thaddeus, spent the entire weekend at Bumbershoot 2012 with their … Continue reading
Totem Star Records youth recording artists street teaming in Capitol Hill, August 2012. Although Kore Ionz is not performing at this year’s Bumbershoot, the band is still being represented at Seattle’s premier music and arts festival through the non-profit youth-run … Continue reading
Earlier today while loading in gear at Seattle Center for Bumbershoot, Pak ran into Mayor McGinn, who just so happens to be a big fan of Kore Ionz. Totem Star Records, the non-profit youth-run record label co-founded by Pak and … Continue reading
This Saturday, August 25 we perform at the Hard Rock Cafe (GET TICKETS) here in Seattle with the one and only Thaddillac, pictured here with us while on our last tour to O’ahu. The show features the release of his … Continue reading
With 2011 slowly coming to a close, every newspaper, magazine, and blog worldwide is publishing a Top 10 list of some sort. We thought why not do one of our own? Ever since the release of World War Free this past … Continue reading
Earlier this week we received a wall post on Facebook from John Hose, who traveled all the way to Seattle from Florida for Bumbershoot 2011. He wrote an amazing review of World War Free on his blog, Ramblings of John, and we’ve … Continue reading