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Top 50 Northwest Releases of 2004: the Imaginary Readers' Poll Results {20-11}

#20 Transmissionary Six — Get Down (FILMguerrero) {official website} * {buy it} * {tig review}   #19 The Graze — Iowa Anvil(J-Shirt) {official website} * {buy it}   #18 Blessed Light — Love Lights the Way (Mill Pond Records) {official website} * {buy it} * {tig review}   #17 Beehive — Cycle A (self-released) {official […]

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Sasquatch 2004 Preview

Show Date: May 16, 2004

How does one write the beginning of a preview of this year's Sasquatch! Music Festival? There has to be a better way then just saying, "Grab you cameras, 'cause here comes a Sasquatch!" or "Is this a Sonics game? I thought I saw a gymnast in a furry suit running around somewhere," or "Got Sasquatch?" […]

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Over Virginia-brewed Legend Ale beers and Radiohead's The Bends on the jukebox, I sat down at Charlottesville, VA's Starr Hill Music Hall with one of the most un-rockstar bands to have ever toured with the likes of Ben Kweller. Some of Seattle's favorite sons, Aveo, were on the road in support of label/hometown-mates Death Cab […]

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If you ask the average all-knowing Seattle-ite what they think of Aveo, 91.7% of those polled will proclaim their love. My prediction is that with the release of their latest album, Battery their approval rating will hit record numbers… and even previous admirers will be astounded. You might recall that Aveo’s 2001 release, "Bridge to […]

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Imaginary '02 Recap!

Hey kids! It’s the end of ’02, so welcome to the first ever Imaginary Recap. Hold onto your seats kids, it’s gonna be a bumpy year-long ride of favorite, in triplicate. Because the best things always happen in threes (ho ho ho…) {And yes, we have included shameless promotion links to our affliated Insound and […]

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Show Date: August 2, 2002

"Thanks for coming out. We're the Backstreet Boys," said Aveo frontman William Wilson to introduce the show. What a kidder! "I can't tell what I need," he continued after the first song. "I think I might need…" His voice trailed off. What did William need? He didn't know; I wasn't sure either, as I sat […]

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