Archive | Smoosh


Bring back the sun (??!!) with Imaginary Amie's Summer Mixtape

Ahhh….summer. There’s nothing quite like cranking up a bouncy, happy song on a sunny day – whether you’re in a car with the top down, or taking a sunshiny sidewalk stroll with your earphones firmly in place. Sadly, once again this summer,  the sunny days in Seattle have been few and far between (Hello, July?). Here’s […]

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This weekend's recommended shows: Friday with Carissa's Wierd / Saturday get your TBTL on

{The Lonely Forest photo: Trickshot Photography} This coming weekend is going to be full of more fun than an swim-up pool bar. Friday night (7/9) we have the blessed reunion of Carissa’s Wierd at the Showbox at the Market. If you haven’t heard why you must be there, you can sample their song and hear […]

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imaginary liz’s favorite songs from the last decade that are worthy of recognition

I hope I’m not getting too granular with my listage, but given the empowering nature of  turning the page on the decade, I can’t help myself–I wanted to make sure that that certain song gems didn’t go unrewarded for their brilliance. Thusly, I compiled the below list of songs released in the last decade that […]

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Let the Halloween video parade begin: Sonic Youth, Smoosh, Beck, Arcade Fire unite!

Halloween is nearly upon us. Many could argue that it actually starts tonight with tomorrow being the BIG night (appropriately full with Halloween theme'd dress up shows and all). Here's a video put out a while back from The North American Halloween Prevention Initiative. It's kinda weird and it was hard to get my brain […]

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Meet Smoosh's Bass Player!

It's exciting news that Smoosh is heading out on tour with the Pipettes for the summer… but even more exciting, they've just announced that they've added a bass player to their touring line-up; Asya and Chloe's little sister Maia will be handling bass duties as the sisters rock the sunny stages across the US. Get […]

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Free To Stay


"Indie-pop" seems to be the word these days, with bands like Rilo Kiley and Death Cab for Cutie signing to major labels and being featured on The OC. I don't think I've read any reviews of indie-pop Seattle sister-duo Smoosh that didn't include the words, "Jason McGerr," "novelty," and/or "young." And this one probably won't […]

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