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Reasons the month of April is going to rule your pants off

(Photo by Laura Musselman) April is trending to be one of the best months ever here at Imaginary Headquarters. Among the reasons we’re kinda losing our stuff over here: APRIL 10 and 17: Early Math & Physics Club shows at the High Dive (6p-8p)Math and Physics Club will play a couple low key shows at […]

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Best news of the day: The Mary Onettes are coming to Seattle on April 25 {and we've got tickets to giveaway}

I have the major hots for just about anything with the Labrador Records stamp. Although I can’t verbalize it as well as Steve Thornton, imaginary staffer who objectively and positively swooned over the comprehensive Labrador compilation, Labrador 100 – A Complete History Of Popular Music, in 2007, the label’s decade plus of solid releases has […]

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The Mary Onettes

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The Mary Onettes should find Doc Brown and go back to 1985. On their Myspace page, they proudly list “mostly songs from the eighties” as their only influences.  But the distinction that should be made for The Mary Onettes is that it doesn’t even sound like they’re copying any of the old bands.  It sounds […]

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Labrador 100 – A Complete History Of Popular Music

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When Sarah Records had their 100th record (actually just the 100th single), they held a huge party, a series of concerts, and shut down the label. Labrador Records of Sweden, who have been compared to Sarah, just released a 4 CD box set, and are carrying on, and on, and on. Not that Labrador is […]

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