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Seattle lo-fi sweet pop band. One might call them twee.


69 Love Songs Pre-Valentine's Day Bash!

Three Imaginary Girls, Barsuk Records, and 90.3 KEXP present the songs of The Magnetic Fields as interpreted by members of The Long Winters, Vendetta Red, Rocky Votolato, Visqueen, Tullycraft, Harvey Danger, Kane Hodder, Transmissionary Six, Saeta, and many more. Thursday night, February 9th, at the Crocodile Cafe in Seattle, WA Seattle, WA, January 20, 2006 […]

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Best Northwest Releases of 2005: Imaginary Staff Picks

You weren’t the only one we asked to vote. We asked our imaginary staffers to gather their best-of-the-year lists too! Here’s what has been in highest rotation on our iPods this year. {50-41} * {40-31} * {30-21} * {20-11} * {10-1} {top 100} * {imaginary picks} Overall Imaginary Staff Picks for Best Northwest Releases of […]

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Three Imaginary Girls Best Northwest Releases of 2005 Readers' Poll Results {20-11}

{50-41} * {40-31} * {30-21} * {20-11} * {10-1} {top 100} * {imaginary picks} #20 Math and Physics Club — Weekends Away/Movie Ending Romance EPs (Matinée) Blending the equal parts Belle & Sebastian, Magnetic Fields, and The Lucksmiths, this Seattle band write songs to comfort the saddest of hearts, or skip with the gleeful. Without […]

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The Imaginary Live Show Rundown

Show Date: August 31, 2005

Featuring BOAT, the Elephants, Calvin Johnson, The Decemberists, The Long Winters, and more {thru 8/31/06} As expected — last Monday (August 22) was a late night. Boat headlined a night worth missing a good night's sleep over.   It was a wonderful and late night indeed. Before we launch into the details (The Elephants! Boat!), […]

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AstroPOP! for July-August 2005

Our monthly imaginary horoscope told in album reviews, for July-August 2005 AstroPOP! is brought to you with musical reviews by igDana, igLiz, stella, jenncassie, and igChar. Aries You're always on the move Aries one, but this month you are actually going to be experiencing a physical move of some sort. Sure it will be hard […]

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Math and Physics Club interview the Posies!

Imaginary Girl Dana somehow found out Math and Physics Club contained unnaturally high levels of Posies adoration within their organization. When she asked Math and Physics Club about interviewing the Posies ahead of the release of 'Every Kind of Light', their first new record in seven years, we {Ethan Jones and James Werle} naturally jumped […]

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TIG on KEXP for June 2005

Saturday June 11th. Picture the scene: Three Imaginary Girls gathered at the best radio station on the planet and played some of our favorite local tracks of the moment on the local Northwest music show, Audioasis. Lisa Wood hosted the event, and was lovely as ever. In case you were wondering, getting to play our […]

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