Kenneth M. Piekarski is a person living in sunny Seattle, Washington

They are a producer, musician, radio DJ, promoter, designer, visual artist, web developer, documentarian, recording engineer, community organizer and upstanding friend among all else. Slashed Tires is their music.

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Full Stack Developer

For over 8 years, Kenneth has been building websites for bands, small businesses and large enterprises. They're ambitious about problem solving and experienced with both front/back-end programming, SEO, mobile optimization, UI/UX design, and strives to help clients achieve their goals.

They are also a treat to work with.

Music World

Aside from the development work, Kenneth has produced, performed, and hosted music for hundreds of performers from around the world. They've ran underground venues, festivals and helped many other artists with management, tours and promotion.

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Clients

Corporate / Non-Profit

  • Ardent Sage
  • Arryve Consulting
  • Behavioral Medicine Research and Training Foundation
  • Carousel Festival
  • Do It for the Girls Productions
  • Fontee Fest
  • Henry Art Gallery
  • Integra, Inc.
  • Port of Seattle
  • Metalwolf Festival
  • Push it to the Limit

Artists

  • Akron/Family
  • Angelo Spencer et les hauts Sommets
  • First-Aid Kit
  • Karl Blau
  • Ryland Bouchard
  • Britta Johnson
  • Tess Martin
  • Clyde Petersen
  • José Díaz Rohena
  • Paul Solis

Audiography

Kenneth has been experimenting with producing and recording music in basements, unconventional venues, and in professional environments for six plus years, including pop & rock, acoustic performances, and soundtracking.

Below are a some select works.

Videography

Notes: Cameos & Commendations

In 2012, Kenneth was invited to be in a 4-person panel discussion hosted by SAFEamp in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, with three other documentarians, discussing local music/arts documentation called, "Decentralize Cultural Media: Document yr local scene."

From 2011 to 2014 Slashed Tires was the official house band of the Henry Art Gallery

Kenneth has been an interviewee for multiple university research papers and documentary projects about all-ages "DIY" underground music culture.