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TIG on KEXP for February 2005

On Saturday night, February 5th, we had the honor of appearing on KEXP's great local show Audioasis with the fabulous Lisa Wood. We had a blast watching the live in-studio performances by Reed and Kultur Shock, and then got play a few of our favorite local imaginary tracks of the moment. Here's our setlist, with […]

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Tullycraft Tour Diary

AMSTERDAMJuly 28th – 29thArrive in Amsterdam in the morning of Tuesday the 29th of July, with Jeff Fell [drummer], Sean Tollefson [singer,bass]. Everything is very exciting, and strange, we exchange for Euros [money], and try to find our way to downtown Amsterdam, to Chris Munford [guitar], and Grrt [host]. Chris arrived a week before us, […]

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The Lucksmiths

Show Date: July 9, 2003

I was in indie-pop heaven. The evening consisted of a four band powerhouse of cute-indie-catchy-goodness. From the moment that the Mosquitos hit the stage to the last strum of the Lucksmiths' guitar there was not a less than blissful moment. The Mosquitos are a one man band {a la the Mountain Goats} that combined the […]

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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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Show Date: October 12, 2002

A rock ‘n roll dream night. I packed up the Capitol Hill kids for a road trip to Ballard to see one of those "scream with glee when you read the concert calendar in the Sunset Tavern women’s restroom" shows. Upon our arrival, we were greeted with a parking space no more than 10 feet […]

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Tullycraft

Show Date: August 2, 2002

Imaginary Girl Liz is a HUGE Tullycraft fan. HUGE. On the 1-10 Imaginary Girl Liz scale, Tullycraft gets an eleven. Every group has an alpha, and in my circle of friends, there's no questioning who reigns supreme for musical recommendations. In the words of the mighty Pete Hilgendorf (Men of Science) on his musical strategy: […]

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