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Imaginary Indie Tunes Podcast {August 2006}

Three Imaginary Girls created a series of podcasts between 2005-2010 titled the Imaginary Indie Tunes Podcast. Each episode served as a mixtape of our favorite songs for each given month – spotlighting the new releases and upcoming shows. Listening to this episode 12+ years after it was originally published,  further proves that a good song […]

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Wish I'd Kept A Scrapbook: Tullycraft covers comp

{Tullycraft photo by Steve Louie} Holy indie pop incredibleness! Do you miss Tullycraft as much as I do? It’s only been less than a year since their farewell set at San Francisco Popfest (which still gives me chills just thinking about), but just knowing that there may be another chance to sing along to such […]

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Athens Popfest 2010 first lineup announcement!

{Robert Schneider from the Apples In Stereo from Athens Popfest 2008} We here at TIG have been crushing out over Athens Popfest for years. I’ve been every year since 2006 and Liz went in 2005 and 2007. It’s pretty much always the best week of the year, fusing together amazing indie pop, delicious food (seriously, […]

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keenan's favorite albums of 2009

After quite a bit of hmm-ing and hah-ing, I’ve finally come up with my favorite albums of 2009, listed in sort of numerical order, or at least that’s how I feel today, including local favorites BOAT, Visqueen, and indie pop hearthrobs The Pains of Being Pure at Heart! {photo by hot avocados photography} 10. Telekinesis! […]

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San Francisco Popfest: Day 2 {Friday}

Show Date: May 22, 2009

Day 2 started off with a bang, featuring Springfactory, Bunnygrunt, The Orange Peels, ballboy, The Tartans, The Hot Toddies, and a bit of indie pop karaoke. And, Friday was the day our own imaginary liz popped in! Keenan Dowers: Friday night started out with Springfactory, which was essentially just Suburban Kids with Biblical Names rotated, […]

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Athens Popfest 2008 – Day Two

Show Date: August 14, 2008

Playing first (2pm) on a very long string of bands is always a difficult feat (especially when most folks had been out until 3am the previous night), but St. Louis’ That’s My Daughter brought their Ramones meets Fastbacks meets Bunnygrunt (the band featured Mario-grunt on guitar and guested Matt-grunt on lead vocals for a song) […]

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Athens Popfest 2008 – Day One

Show Date: August 13, 2008

Athens Popfest is like summer camp for indie pop and rock nerds. We all convene in the college town famous for several musical revolutions once a year for such activities as sing and clap alongs, eating tasty food from any of Athens finest establishments, record hunting (last one there’s bummed out they missed the copy […]

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Kindercore is alive and declaring war on Christmas with original holiday songs and comic books

Kindercore is not only back in business (after a harrowing story that should be made into a Lifetime Original Movie) and to mark their first holiday back on the block, they've put together a holiday compilation benefiting Oxfam. With a full-color accompanying comic book and tracks like "Je Suis France – Baby, Please Don’t Get […]

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For your Winter Popfest Enjoyment with Brown Recluse Sings

Planning on being on the East Coast in early November or looking for a reason to pack your bags and head there? The schedule for the New England Popfest has been announced and it's four-packed bills of bands from up and down the East Coast sprinkled with a couple British, Swedish and Nordic cuties. Most […]

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Athens PopFest 2007: Day 3 with Fishboy, Cars Can Be Blue, Daniel Johnston and more…

Show Date: August 11, 2007

Black Kids were the surprise of the PopFest. And I'm not alone in my Black Kids adulation–everyone in my 8-person group was screaming "I LOVE BLACK KIDS" after their show. They were the opening band on this, the final day of the PopFest and their quick wit banter was disarming and hilarious. Their songs were […]

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