- RIGHT: CHRISTINA HICKS
- That's some cutting-edge technology.
The last few years have seen more Pacific Northwest rock records go big out of town than usual. Records on tiny labels—some practically self-released and with limited distribution—are selling out pressings and getting enthusiastic national and international press. It is probably not a coincidence that many of those records involve José Díaz Rohena or Dylan Wall in some capacity, two young Seattle-based producers and engineers building impressive catalogs. Though they work separately from one another, many of the bands that make up this region's DIY scene—Chastity Belt, Posse, Seacats, FF, the Numbs, the Webs, Naomi Punk, and more—have worked with one or both of them at some point. Their credits serve as a good intro to what's been going on in Seattle's music community as of late.
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