Archive | Keith John Adams

Happy 14th Birthday

Happy 14 Years of Imaginary Fun!

Happy 14th birthday to Three Imaginary Girls! It’s so crazy to think our year-long batch of 10-year birthday celebrations was actually 4 years ago (back in 2012). I feel like those events (the shows, karaoke party, poster retrospective show, photography exhibit, ice cream social, the crafternoon, film screening, infographic, zine publishing, etc.) were just last […]

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Get your copy of the {very limited edition} Imaginary Zine!

If you don't have a copy of the zine yet (or you want to buy another!), you can order online for immediate USPS delivery.  The zine is limited run of 333 copies (the back cover does not lie), so buy yours soon! The Imaginary Zine is a 60-page old school printed zine recounting our first […]

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Unclever

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The United Kingdom’s Keith John Adams has three first names and his music is appropriately just as familiar and accessible. The aptly titled Unclever is, in fact, too comfortable, familiar, and accessible an experience. It certainly provides the soundtrack for some rump-shaking party fun, but that’s about the extent of it. Unclever is full of […]

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Sing along with the new Keith John Adams' song, "Three Imaginary Girls"

As reported a couple months ago, songsmith Keith John Adams took on the massive task of writing a batch of songs personalized to the first 40 people who ordered his new album Unclever (releasing on February 12, 2008 on Happy Happy Birthday To Me Records – imaginary review coming soon). More than that, Keith John Adams […]

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Ltd Ed. Vinyl = Happy Happy Birthday To Me!!!

Oh how the indie-pop kids are SO hard to buy for. The minute they find something they like, it goes out of print (or out of stock of their size). Finally – the perfect gift for your hard-to-buy-for vinyl loving friend (let me know if you need my mailing address). note: the first 150 subscribers […]

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Pip

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Keith John Adams is a UK artist who somehow on his second full-length solo album Pip takes the pastry shell of modern New Wave revisionism — experimental time signatures, Beatles-inspired keyboards, jagged riffs and jazzy dance hall meanderings — and floods them to bursting with a unique delicious creamy custard of marzipan-sweet melodies, crunchy yet […]

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