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Dead Science's Jherek Bischoff's 30th Birthday Concert to feature 40 piece orchestra

Seattle’s avant-pop/punk-jazz innovator Jherek Bischoff knows how to throw a 30th birthday paty for himself — and put on a great big show for us!  Bischoff, of The Dead Science, Parenthetical Girls, Ribbons, 30th Birthday Concert is taking place at Seattle’s Town Hall on Friday, September 11th. The show will feature a 40-piece orchestra, playing 13 compositions.  Here’s the bio […]

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Best of 2008: Top Northwest Releases of 2008 TIG Editorial Picks

TIG staffers are a lot like you — coming up with our list of faves for the year is a fun and gripping process. After comparing/contrasting/debating our individual favorites, we figured the sum of our imaginary parts would make for an interesting list. While ChrisB and Keenan, among other things, brought in the power-pop elements,  […]

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Villainaire

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Probably the most cosmopolitan-level avant-garde rock band to ever come out of Seattle, The Dead Science present their fourth album, Villainaire. Tours through Europe and America are planned for this showcase for the inimical elegance of Sam Mickens' soaring and whispered vocals, embedded in the divine rumble and roar of bass (acoustic electric) player Jherek […]

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Frost Giant

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This is the second record in a row The Dead Science has released in October, a perfect month for their music. October is a time of change, a dimming of the days that is both romantic and chilling. The words 'romantic' and 'chilling' are perfect words to describe Frost Giant — their second full-length, after […]

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Best of 2003: Top 10 Local/Northwest Imaginary Albums of the Year

Since the top five on this list all also appear on our Top 10 overall imaginary albums of the year list, we’ve added some Honorable Mention local bands! #1 The Postal Service — Give Up (Sub Pop) Winning our imaginary best of 2003 by overwhelming majority, the Postal Service gorgeously blend the electronic delicacy of […]

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