Kenneth M. Piekarski is a music producer, recording engineer, former radio DJ, music events organizer, documentarian, web developer, and upstanding friend among all else.

Slashed Tires is their music.

They record other peoples music at The Unknown in Anacortes, WA, and around Brooklyn, NY.

You can contact Kenneth about work here.

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Kenneth has been experimenting with producing and recording music in basements, unconventional venues, and in professional environments since 2010. Their work includes pop & rock, experimental, electronic, live performances, and film scores.

Below are a some select works. Excluded is an archive of over 1,000 live recordings, comprised predominantly of musicians living in and touring through houses and underground venues around the Pacific Northwest, mostly in Seattle or along interstate five, between 2006 until 2018.


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

From 2015 to 2022, Kenneth rehabilitated and ran Woodland Theater (formerly The Josephine), an events space in Seattle, which is thankfully still in operation.

From 2009 to 2016, Kenneth was a core member of freeform radio station Hollow Earth Radio. They did many things and often hosted in-studios and produced a program called Late Nights for the Longing, once live-broadcasting a lunar eclipse with the band My Friend Wallis.

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