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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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Best weekend ever: Record Store Day, PopCon, shows, awesomeness

My mind is being blown as I look at my calendar pages for today and tomorrow. On top of the intoxicating sunshine the weather folk have predicted for the weekend, the indie-gods have bestowed a packed schedule of wonderfulness: APRIL 16-18: EMP Pop ConferenceIt’s going to be full of great sessions around this year’s topic of […]

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Record Store Day cometh with LTD goodness at Jigsaw Records on April 17

There have been rumblings all over the internet of the special Record Store Day-only releases that will hit the shelves on this most holy day.  Personally, I’ve mapped out my route from Jigsaw Records (Ballard) to Sonic Boom (Ballard) to Damaged Records (Belltown) to  Easy Street (Queen Anne) to make sure my canvas bag is […]

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Jigsaw Records: A grand opening with Math and Physics Club and D. Crane of BOAT

Show Date: March 13, 2010

This Saturday Jigsaw Records opened it’s indie-pop doors to the public. The shop, located on the second floor of Resolution Audio in Ballard is a wee place full of indie-pop rarities that make my heart beat triple-time. No matter what your favorite indie-pop format, I am fairly certain you can find whatever is on your […]

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