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Only a few days left to support TIG’s indiegogo campaign – we’d love your help!

Almost a month ago, on June 10, 2015, Three Imaginary Girls celebrated our 13th birthday! On that same day, we launched an indiegogo campaign to help usher in the next era of TIG: to raise enough funds to help with a big tech project and to keep the imaginary ship afloat. With the help of […]

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The Catch Reunite

The Catch to reunite {for just one show} and make some of our imaginary dreams come true

You know those bands that capture your heart and whose songs auto-trigger some of your happiest memories? The Catch is that band for many on the imaginary team. Their story is the stuff of legend.  When banded, Carly Nicklaus, Alissa Newton, Jenny Jimenez and Amy Rockwell were a force to be reckoned with from the […]

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Monday morning check-in: John Roderick and the warmest day of the year

Happy Monday morning! I hope everyone had a wonderful weekend and was able to make the most of what the experts have claimed to be the warmest day of the year.  My weekend was packed with some mundane blah stuff which was thankfully overshadowed by one hellava Saturday night in Columbia City.  After an amazing […]

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Recommended Saturday show: Fishboy, BOAT, Aqueduct at Columbia City Theater {9/10/11}

This Saturday, the Columbia City Theater will burst with niceboy poplicks!  Starting off the night, Fishboy is in town for the first time since the release of Classic Creeps, their foray into anthemic pop with an emphasis on the letter A.  Each song is a detailed character survey that swings from Apples in Stereo to […]

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Our imaginary birthday in photos: Aqueduct, Math & Physics Club, and Skeletons with Flesh on Them

Skeletons with Flesh on Them {Photo: Steve Louie} Thanks to everyone who joined us at the Crocodile last Saturday night for the big birthday show with Aqueduct, Math & Physics Club, and Skeletons with Flesh on Them. It was wonderful to spend the special evening with you… even if none of us could break out […]

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Win tickets to see Aqueduct and Math & Physics Club this Saturday

There is a lot of celebrate this Saturday {June 12th}.  Besides marking our eighth birthday and the release of Math & Physics Club’s new album, the Crocodile is going to be site of a massive concussion of Seattle indie-pop with Aqueduct, Math & Physics Club, and Skeletons with Flesh on Them all taking the stage. […]

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TIG presents: Aqueduct, Math & Physics Club {album release}, and Skeletons with Flesh on Them at the Crocodile on June 12

Join us as we celebrate our EIGHTH imaginary birthday and the release of Math & Physics Club’s new album with a showcase of a few of Seattle’s best indie bands at the Crocodile on Saturday, June 12! Here’s the info with which to mark your calendars: Aqueduct Math & Physics Club {album release show!} Skeletons […]

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Win tickets to see Aqueduct, Josh Ottum, and The Republic at the Tractor

Seattle band The Republic combine Pedro the Lion intricate songwriting and Death Cab rocky sweetness to craft power poppy songs like "Rock Out" (above in video form) and the soft whispery songs "One Last Mistake" (MySpace). On Thursday, April 30th, The Republic will take the Tractor stage with fellow Seattle-ites Josh Ottum and Aqueduct and […]

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Deck the Hall Ball 2008

Show Date: December 9, 2008

Aqueduct opened up the night, with David Terry greeting the audience in his jovial, well mannered way. He seemed even bubblier than I remembered in the past, repeated asking the audience “Are you ready to rock?!” and even giving a shout out to his coworkers at “TNS”, a video game designing firm. I seldom give […]

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DCfC sneak-peek-a-rama from last night's show

I had the privilege and pleasure of shooting for the house at last night's WaMu show, featuring Death Cab for Cutie, among a plethora of other bands — The Killers headlined, plus Cold War Kids and Shiny Toy Guns, with Aqueduct opening. Chona took some bad-ass shots that are up in the Flickr pool – […]

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