Rachel Gardner, Owner

Born in a music store and spending her childhood traveling with musician parents Rachel has been involved with music her whole life. She plays bass guitar in two bands and volunteers with local festivals supporting music and artists. She is passionate about providing opportunities for musicians to perform, get their music out there, and find way to continue creating.

Ryan Fisher, Manager

Ryan is an author/illustrator who's called the greater Seattle area home for over fifteen years. He's the author of the novellas "Meeting the Greenlights" and "You Know How This Ends" as well as the graphic novel "Torchlight Lullaby." He's also an illustrator with a passion for gig poster design.A love of music has always been a staple of his life. He picked up the guitar for the first time at fourteen (and promptly put it down after making some truly atrocious sounds with it.) He started playing in earnest when he turned sixteen and formed the requisite garage band with his friends that slowly dissolved after graduation. He's been an avid record collector for a little over a decade and his favorite genres of music include; metalcore, emo, heavy metal, indie rock, classic rock, and blues.

Jas Garza, Assistant Manager

A passionate music lover who has worked in Edmonds since 2020. She has taken part in a past internship with KEXP radio and will work an occasional DJ gig. Her love for the city of Seattle and music has lead her to attending many live performances, and she is continuing to grow with her musical opportunities.

Sam Harris

Sam is a true blue PNW local with a vinyl record obsession, drawn by the warm, authentic analog sound, and the album art. He started collecting records at the end of high school when his dad gave him a Victrola suitcase turntable and a copy of Pink Floyd's "Wish You Were Here." Since then, his equipment improved and his collection grew to the point where, in college, he dedicated his weekly show to it at Central Washington University's 88.1 The 'Burg. On his show, "Off The Record," Sam picked out records from his stack to play and discuss. When he's not selling records, you might find him in a mosh pit at a local punk show or chiling to his favorite vinyl genres -- jazz, hip hop, punk rock, and outlaw country music.