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TIG on KEXP for May 2005

Saturday May 7th, Three Imaginary Girls played some of our favorite local tracks of the moment on KEXP's local Northwest music show, Audioasis. Lisa Wood hosted the event, and despite my minor on-air brochitis attack (I was too busy coughing to notice that the mics were on!), I think a fabulous time was had by […]

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Black Nite Crash

Black Nite Crash have been making our imaginary hearts pitter-patter a little darker ever since we saw them cover Homeboy's "Adorable" at the Shoegazers' Ball in 2002. Since then, we've seen them everywhere — playing and attending local shows, spinning discs at the Lava Lounge, singing at our karaoke parties, then singing again at our […]

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Three Imaginary Girls to Host Second Annual Rockstar Suicide Karaoke Silent Auction Bash

Seattle, WA, May 13, 2004 — You've seen William Hung sing 'She Bangs' and George W. Bush sing 'Gay Bar.' But have you seen Sean Nelson sing 'Like a Virgin?' You could. ThreeImaginaryGirls.com, "Seattle's sparkly indie-pop press," will be hosting a Rockstar Suicide Karaoke Silent Auction Bash on Thursday, June 10, 2004 at the Crocodile […]

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Three Imaginary Girls to Host "Silly Love Songs" Karaoke Bash on Friday the 13th!

"w/the Turn Ons, Dolour, In Praise of Folly, An American Starlet, Love Hotel, the Catch, Black Nite Crash, Radio Nationals, Ms. Led, Water Kill the Sun, Electric Kisses, the Lashes, the Long Winters, and more!" Seattle, WA, January 27, 2004—Three Imaginary Girls, "Seattle's sparkly indie-pop press", will be hosting a rockstar-laden "Silly Love Songs" Karaoke […]

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Black Nite Crash

Show Date: July 16, 2003

Could one have picked a better Seattle representative to start off this extremely anticipated night of categorically derivative but exceedingly praiseworthy threesome of bands? I don't think so… Black Nite Crash warmed up the wah-wahs with their set of rich songs that traveled in waves and swirls throughout the room. As we've reported in past […]

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Shoegazer

Show Date: December 19, 2002

For the most part, the re-introduction of a historical phase is the cause of nothing other than grief — to repeat what has already been done seems boring and cheap. In the case of the recent Shoegazer resurgence, I am easily able to over-ride (no pun intended) any such negative thoughts and fully embrace it. […]

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