Music is a very important part of Austin’s life. Going to the Experience Music Project (EMP) was almost a religious experience for him, and sharing it with Kaylee just made it that much better. The building is a work of art in itself, reflective, shiny, it looks like a 140,000 square foot sculpture.
The museum is divided into two sections, the music side and the science fiction side, though of course Austin is more interested in the music portion, which is mostly dedicated to artists that have come out of the Seattle area, Jimi Hendrix, Heart, the grunge scene, but there are also interpretative, interactive exhibitions with a focus on popular culture.
The EMP is a must stop for music lovers. It’s an experience Austin will never forget.
“If you ever want to be completely absorbed in music, the Sky Church is the place to be. It is a musical religious experience. before us, a forty by seventy foot video screen displays visions that seem channeled directly from some psychedelic dream. As the music flows from all different angles, it surrounds us, and we feel like we’re swimming, no, being baptized in music.” ~ Chapter Nine