Two NW shows in September. Seattle and Canada!

Back for a big Saturday night at the Sunset Tavern with two great bands, Quid Quo and Machine Animal. September 17. Tickets available at ticketweb.

FB event page:

Kinski will also be making a return to The MASSIF Festival in Nelson, BC, Saturday September 24th! Details to come!

Live at Blue Moon with Bill Horist – Fri 4/15/22

Hey – Come on down this Friday to the Blue Moon and celebrate the birthday of one of the only bars in Seattle that is older than you are. It’s 88 years old!

Originally planned with Diminished Men, they had to pull out of this show. However, our pal Bill Horist will be filling in with a solo set!

Hey there!

We’re playing this Thursday, Nov 11th, at a great new club in Seattle.

Very early show!

It’s at Bar House in Fremont. They have a showroom downstairs with a bar and it sounds great!

It’s Floored Faces record release. (Claire Tucker had to cancel.)

Doors are at 6pm
Floored Faces at 7 pm
Kinski at 8pm.


Poster by Darwin Rodriguez

October 5 at Tractor!

Kinski returns to the stage with buds Howlin Rain from SF, Tue. Oct 5th!

Big thanks to Jenelle Clark for poster art and design!

NW shows in early 2020

First up, we’re making a short trip to Vashon Island to play a long-planned finally executed show with good friends and Vashon residents. Rusty Willoughby’s LLAMA, and Mike Dumovich. Make the trip with us! Vashon Island is lovely and just a short ferry ride from Seattle.

Black Cat Cabaret at Snapdragon – Vashon, WA
with Llama and Mike Dumovich
7-10PM // FB event page

FRIDAY, MARCH 20TH @ Turn! Turn! Turn! (Portland)
8PM // $12 // 21+ // FB event page

SATURDAY, MARCH 21ST @ Blue Moon Tavern (SEA)
9PM // $12 // 21+ // FB event page

Next, in March, we are excited to play two shows with Japan’s Kawaguchi Masami’s New Rock Syndicate, and Portland’s Wave Action. If you haven’t heard it already, we really recommend checking out New Rock Syndicate’s 2018’s “Now.” Here’s a quick blurb:

“Kawaguchi Masami has been a fixture of the Tokyo underground music scene since the early 90’s and remains a vital figure there to this day. In 2006 he formed his New Rock Syndicate, a trio who has spawned numerous melancholic psych rock masterpieces and is known for Kawaguchi’s blistering guitar style and free roaming structures.

2018 brought the band’s most fully realized album, “Now,” on An’Archives. The record features Kawaguchi’s signature loose and wild guitar blazing over a fluid and deeply connected rhythm section playing at the peak of their craft, soaring to fierce and free psychedelic heights. The record serves as the perfect preview of the band’s US tour, which promises to be an uncompromising experience not to be missed.”

Stream their album, “Now” :

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