Archive | Facts about Funerals

Noise for the Needy announces shows with Matt & Kim, YACHT, No-Fi Soul Rebellion, Two Gallants, and Black Angels

This JUST in: local non-profit Noise for the Needy has just pre-announced some great show dates for their forthcoming 2008 musical festival. You've got fair warning to mark your calendar for these two shows: June 11 at Neumo's:The Black Angels with the Warlocks (Pre-sale available here. Password is noisefortheneedy) June 12 at the Tractor:Two Galllants, […]

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Two local Seattle bands ink with labels

Good news for two local Seattle bands, Facts About Funerals and Feral Children, both of which recently inked deals with independent labels to release their debut albums this summer. Facts About Funerals have signed to San Francisco label Evangeline Records: We're proud to announce that Facts About Funerals debut release Love Songs & Funeral Homes […]

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M. Bison with Facts About Funerals and We Wrote the Book on Connectors

Show Date: December 20, 2007

One of the things I love about Seattle is that even when major venues are closing down (a moment of silence for the Croc), there are still places I haven't been to shows at and they continue to surprise me. The Nectar Lounge has an ideal set-up: the main floor is completely open with a […]

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PWRFL Power, Facts About Funerals, and the Birthdays

Show Date: November 28, 2007

{TIG presented one great midweek local showcase at the Crocodile last week. This summary brought to you by ChrisB, Kyle Johnson, and imaginary dana. All photos by Kyle Johnson — and might we say, they look amazing!} "This is the biggest crowd we've ever played to" one of the two lead singers of the Birthdays […]

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TIG presents: the Elephants, Facts About Funerals, PWRFL Power, and the Birthdays

This Wednesday, November 28th, please join Three Imaginary Girls for a great local lineup at the Crocodile Cafe, featuring: The Elephants Facts About Funerals PWRFL Power The Birthdays The show is 21+ (sorry, kiddos) and tickets are a mere six bucks. We hope to see your smiling faces there!

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