Support TopLeft TV to help Seattle's music scene thrive

Taryn's Wreckreation Guide

February 8, 2018

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Seattle has birthed some of the most legendary artists in rock - Pearl Jam, Jimi Hendrix, Alice In Chains, Heart, Nirvana... just to name a few. But fast forward to the present time, and the talent coming out of this area is still turning heads. And that's where TopLeft TV comes in, bringing even more fans into our world.  


If you haven't heard of TopLeft TV, it's time you were acquainted with this fantastic team who aims to showcase the incredibly talented groups currently rocking Seattle. Their dedication to capturing live footage has been a critical piece of resurrecting the feelings we associated with the "Seattle Sound" back in the 90s and applying that feeling of community to the present day. 


When TopLeft TV interviews local bands, they get below the surface and give both veteran and new fans a look at what's behind the music.


From debuting music videos to celebrating members of Seattle's musical fabric who have passed on, their team is filling the hole left in our hearts when MTV became anything but music television and music videos weren't being aired anywhere.


Next time you're out at a cool local venue, rocking with bands like Windowpane or Ten Miles Wide or WOODSHED, keep an eye out - TopLeft TV is probably there, capturing the magic and sharing it with the masses. 


Right now, TopLeft TV is in a bit of a bind. Here's the messaging they recently received from YouTube:


They're needing to hit a certain number of subscribers THIS MONTH in order to sustain the revenue from their YouTube channel which allows bands to promote their talents at NO CHARGE, ultimately spreading the good word of today's Seattle music scene.  How can you help? By signing up to support their work!


Rockaholics, help out this fantastic machine that is TopLeft TV in their quest of making Seattle's music scene accessible and available to any and everyone! Thanks so much for your support!


Happy Adventuring,


Taryn Daly