3ImaginaryGirls

3ImaginaryGirls

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Seattle, Wa / *seattle's sparkly indie-pop press*
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Recommended show + free tickets: Bands on the Big Screen {1/31}

Recommended show + free tickets: Bands on the Big Screen

A Breakthrough in Field Studies - "Waves on the Ocean"

A Breakthrough in Field Studies - "Waves on the Ocean"

In the winter of 2011, we invited John Roderick of The Long Winters over for a potluck dinner. He played a few songs, told some stories and ate all of the food.

In the winter of we invited John Roderick of The Long Winters over for a potluck dinner. He played a few songs, told some stories and ate all of the food.

Two Gallants rock a sold-out Barboza

Two Gallants rock a sold-out Barboza

Hedwig and the Angry Inch at The Moore Theatre {thru 1/27}

Erin Stewart and Jerick Hoffer (aka Jinkx Monsoon) as Yitzhak and Hedwig in Seattle, January 2013

$15 to be an imaginary boy!

$15 to be an imaginary boy!

Waging Heavy Peace by Neil Young: "Young is like a cool, old black-sheep uncle inviting you to kick back on the front porch on a summer evening with a cold beer, while watching the sun set and telling old stories." ~Imaginary Gemma

Waging Heavy Peace by Neil Young: "Young is like a cool, old black-sheep uncle inviting you to kick back on the front porch on a summer evening with a cold beer, while watching the sun set and telling old stories.

Pickathon 2012, part I by Victoria VanBruinisse

Pickathon part I by Victoria VanBruinisse

Pickathon 2012, part II by Victoria VanBruinisse

Pickathon part II by Victoria VanBruinisse

Imaginary Gemma talks to Lemolo: Meagan Grandall and Kendra Cox

Imaginary Gemma talks to Lemolo: Meagan Grandall and Kendra Cox

Jens Lekman - I Know What Love Isn't - "In between the themes are eight could-be singles using sympathetic piano, cruelly mocking horns, and heart-slapping strings over liver-tugging basslines, sweeping the range from uptempo 80s lush anthems to cascading dusk-mares to pseudo-topical jeremiads." ~Chris Estey

Jens Lekman - I Know What Love Isn't - "In between the themes are eight could-be singles using sympathetic piano, cruelly mocking horns, and heart-slapping strings over liver-tugging basslines, sweeping the range from uptempo 80s lush anthems to cascading dusk-mares to pseudo-topical jeremiads." ~Chris Estey