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Mister Master, Cashing in Karma, and The Morning After

Mister Master - 
Mister Master is a shaggy, disheveled, and wild-eyed quartet out of Tacoma, Washington that aims to create a sonic confluence between two important parts of the Pacific Northwest's musical heritage: the psychedelic rock of the 70's and the rhythmic grunge of the 90's. 

Cashing In Karma - 
Cashing in Karma is an alternative rock band from Lakewood, WA. It was started with Jonny Barrett in 2015 and was recently re-formed in April of 2018. As a three-piece band—with Marco Diez and Dave Bugg—CIK's mission is to put on the best show possible, create music that people can dance and relate to, and make people laugh.

The Morning After - 
We are The Morning After, an all-girl feminist punk band based out of the South King County area. We formed in May of 2016 and we have been all over the Seattle/Tacoma area, playing at venues like The Hard Rock Cafe, ShoWare Center, The Crocodile, and more! Our sound is an electrifying alternative punk, with all kinds of different influences tied in, from the Raconteurs, to Red Hot Chili Peppers, to Rage Against the Machine, X-Ray Spex, and Bikini Kill. Our lineup features alt-goth queen Stephanie Jones on bass, intense and technical Baylee Harper on drums, and Bri Ashlee Little fronting the trio with terrifying vocals. Between the three of us, we share over 20 years of band experience. We recorded our debut full length album, Stay for Breakfast, in Boise at Wrong Note Studio and after months of hard work, released it in February 2017. The album release was a great success and is available to purchase at all of our shows, as well as Bandcamp, Pandora, Spotify, and more. Post release, we have played our biggest shows yet, from Upstream Festival to opening up for Bret Michaels and Warrant, and putting together benefits for great organizations such as the King County Sexual Assault Resource Center and Planned Parenthood. No matter where The Morning After goes, smashing the patriarchy and promoting equality is always the number one goal.