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Shrug Life

TIG Exclusive: Debut album by Shrug Life – rifftastic wry-pop from Dublin

We are excited to share an exclusive stream of the new album by Shrug Life. The Dublin trio’s slightly self-titled debut full-length album, ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ {which takes keystrokes to a whole new level}, will be released on Friday, September 29, 2017 on Seattle’s very own indie-rific label – Jigsaw Records – but you can here it […]

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Rat Fancy - Suck A Lemon

TIG Exclusive: Hear Rat Fancy’s New EP of Snarky Sunny Twee-Punk

As the weather warms and we shed our headphone-ear-muffs for backyard party mix tapes, the time is perfect for Rat Fancy to release their debut EP: Suck A Lemon. Rat Fancy is ex-Sweater Girl Diana Barraza (vocals/guitar), Gregory Johnson (guitar / keyboard) and Gavin Glidewell (drums). Hailing from Los Angeles, they know a thing or […]

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Hear it first: The disarming stories behind So Cow’s latest batch of discordant pop songs {TIG exclusive stream}

So Cow is (currently) the music project of Brian Kelly – who played all the instruments on So Cow’s latest release, Lisa Marie Airplane Tour (released on Jigsaw Records). As with any band who has survived 10 years and multiple releases – line-ups and locales have come, gone, and morphed. Brian currently resides in the […]

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Blue Jeans - Songs Are Easy

TIG Exclusive: Hear the new Blue Jeans album! {RIYL: indie+fuzz+jangle+synth}

Blue Jeans, the latest signing to Seattle’s Jigsaw Records, have an ungoogleable name that could easily blend into the woodwork of your brain. Thankfully, their new album, Songs are Easy (and their Veronica Lake pedigree), makes sure you won’t forget about them all that easily. With a dose of heavy reverb throughout, Blue Jeans have […]

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Citrus 7" by Animal Daydream

Animal Daydream capture a pretty new genre: Swedish soft rock power-pop

As you know, we here at Three Imaginary Girls *love* all things related to Seattle’s brilliant music scene. But we have to admit, when a British or Nordic band (ok, or Australian) comes a calling, our hearts equally flutter. So when I saw that Jigsaw Records – Seattle’s indie-pop headquarters (in the form of a […]

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