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Don't Miss Shows Thru The Weekend! Eighteen Individual Eyes, Can You Imagine?, The Tripwires, and Bat Country

My ass is sore from SIFF, damn it! I need to get up and move around a bit! And not just between theaters either. Hmm, maybe I’ll go see a show or two this weekend. You know, live music! Cold whiskey in hand and a bunch of ragamuffins caterwauling on the bandstand action. It’s been […]

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Photo Essay: A Very Imaginary Holiday Party w/John Vanderslice, The Tripwires, Jose Bold & The Young Evils

Last Thursday night, Three Imaginary Girls and a crowd of awesome music lovers kick-started the holidays with a benefit for Teen Feed (we raised enough to provide 20 youth direct mentoring with Support Coordinators, with a little leftover + a full garbage bag of clean socks!) featuring John Vanderslice — who pulled double duty as […]

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Another reason to join Santa Vanderslice at the Imaginary Holiday Office Party tonight {12/16}

Grab your sleigh bells because tonight is the big night! Please join us at the Columbia City Theater this evening to kick the holidays into high gear with joyous cheer and amazing bands while raising money for stellar Seattle nonprofit, Teen Feed. Besides having a stellar line-up, the night will feature a visit from Indie-Rock […]

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Tickets to the Imaginary Holiday Office Party now available {supplies limited!}

At 10am today {an icy November 24th}, the tickets to the Imaginary Holiday Office Party went on sale! Tickets are limited, so race on over to Brown Paper Tickets right now to make sure you don’t miss out on this jam packed night of amazing music and holiday cheer: The TripwiresThe Young EvilsJohn Vanderslice {aka […]

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The Imaginary Holiday Office Party: featuring… John Vanderslice!

The search for mistletoe has begun — and we’re counting down to the big Imaginary Holiday Office Party! The most exciting development of today: it’s now officially official that John Vanderslice will not only be our Indie-Rock Santa for the night {and yes, you’ll be able to get your picture taken with him for posterity […]

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Ring in the holidays at the Imaginary Office Party with amazing bands and Indie Rock Santa John Vanderslice

It’s the time of year that calls for flasks by the punchbowl, pine-scented candles, and bejeweled reindeer sweaters.  What a better way to ring in the holidays than with the The Imaginary Holiday Office Party! On Thursday, December 16, Three Imaginary Girls will deck out the Columbia City Theater in holiday cheer with a little […]

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Save the date: the Imaginary Office Party is coming! {Thursday 12/16}

We know, we know. You’ve probably still got a bowl of Halloween candy you’re polishing off. But the holidays are fast approaching, and we didn’t want to go one more minute without telling you about our Imaginary Office Party! Grab a Sharpie, get your calendar out, and put a big ol’ star on Thursday, December […]

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A very imaginary Labor Day Weekend: Bumbershoot!

Somehow, in the avalanche of amazing bands at Seattle Center this past weekend, we managed to scrawl some furious notes on a fistful of locals and indie bands that brought the noise / love / ache / bliss. Here’s a few of our picks to start the best-of Bumbershoot chatter that we’d like to share, […]

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Recommended for tonight: Fastbacks mania at the Tractor

Oh man is tonight going to be a good one! Get thee to the Tractor tonight for a very, very special night, as everyone sings “It’s Your Birthday” to two Seattle pop legendaries – Lulu and Kurt of the Fastbacks. The evening starts off promptly at 8:30 with a heavy dose of Seattle royalty- the […]

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Bumbershoot 2010: Album 101 Prep for Recommended Artists

It is sheer madness that there are so many great live performers appearing at Bumbershoot 2010 this year. This is my personal schedule to see a cross-section of irascible indie-ness (be it indie pop-friendly Pac NW hip-hop, indie rock, Brooklyn funk, etc.) but mostly focusing on those TIG-sparking artists who either put out a great […]

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