Archive | Pretty Girls Make Graves

Top 10 band names from song names

If there's any one question most bands tend to dislike it's how they got their band name. A band will most likely answer with, "Well, this one night we were drunk…" or something similarly dissatisfying and anti-climatic, which is I avoid the question during interviews. While listening to emo pioneer Cap'n Jazz's completely encompassing Analphabetapolothology, it occurred […]

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Élan Vital

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There's one thing that always pops into my mind when I hear Pretty Girls Make Graves. Farm equipment. Yes, farm equipment. Makes perfect sense! Let me explain. Imagine yourself driving. Specifically, driving between Corvallis and Salem, Oregon on Highway 99, a nice little two lane "highway." Now imagine you're in a hurry to get to […]

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Live from the Morning Alternative

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Since the fall of the oppressive Teen Dance Ordinance, the underage music scene in Seattle has been thriving. The best example of this is the amazing Vera Project—a wonderful club that has been a great place for kids to see some of their favorite bands in a clean, safe environment with a great sound system. […]

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Akimbo, The Blood Brothers, and Pretty Girls Make Graves

Show Date: November 14, 2003

The Akimbo/ Blood Brothers/ Pretty Girls Make Graves show was a lesson in mathematics: the tricky equations of getting down and rocking out. The University of Washington HUB had transformed one of their dining areas into a surprisingly functional venue, and the concert completely sold out earlier that day. This was evidenced by the terrific […]

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Imaginary '02 Recap!

Hey kids! It’s the end of ’02, so welcome to the first ever Imaginary Recap. Hold onto your seats kids, it’s gonna be a bumpy year-long ride of favorite, in triplicate. Because the best things always happen in threes (ho ho ho…) {And yes, we have included shameless promotion links to our affliated Insound and […]

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