Lot 17
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Lot 17


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The best kept secret in music


This band has no press


Still working on that hot first release.


Feeling a bit camera shy


It's hard to believe, but one of tomorrow's youngest and biggest bands in Seattle started with a sticky note.

It all started during math class with Mr. Burke. While he was going on and on about the various properties of exponents, Josh and Katleiah were busy planning nothing short of a musical revolution.

All the sticky note said was "Want to start a band?" It was those five words that set off a chain of events that would lead Lot 17 (comprised of two young teens) to relative cult success.

Within two months, their MySpace Profile got many views, and they befriended many young local Seattle bands too, including Speaker Speaker, The Matirns, and Black Swade.

It's almost impossible not to love this singing/songwriting duo, who have incredible amounts of onstage chemistry. In fact, a whole six minutes of their set is devoted to tongue-in-cheek banter between the two.

And the music is good too. Taking cues from local heroes The Scene Aesthetic and This Providence, Lot 17 writes songs oozing with charged lyrics about love and loss.

In the articulate, refined words of band member Katleiah Ramos, "Word to your mother."

Well, never mind.

(Note: Lot 17 is currently in talks with local bookers and clubs to discuss a summer "tour" of Seattle.)