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Coffee with a Rockstar: The Divorce

{The Divorce. Photo by Breanne Koselke.} Some of Three Imaginary Girls’ favorite (and some infamous) moments of the first five years of our tiny lil web existence (from 2002-2007) involve The Divorce. Over the course of an introductory EP, two full-length albums (2003’s There Will Be Blood Tonight and 2005’s The Gifted Program), and countless […]

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Recommended Show + ticket giveaway: Dancing on the Valentine, Strangelove @The Croc {2/11}

Every Valentine’s weekend, my lovely friend Jenny George celebrates another year on earth by flipping off the bastard that almost took her from it with a birthday cover show that benefits the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. This year, please join us at The Crocodile this Friday, February 11 for Dancing on the Valentine VI: Strangelove […]

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Recommended show: Hall & Oates covers and a birthday party at the Sunset {Saturday ~ 1/15}

This Saturday at the Sunset is going to be off the Maneater hizzay as some of Seattle’s brightest take the stage to celebrate Hall & Oates and our dear {imaginary staffer and all around indie-queen} Heather Hydra’s birthday! Will there be fluffy Oates mustaches aplenty in the Sunset at the show? The scent of Aquanet […]

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The Lashes with Kay Kay and His Weathered Underground

Show Date: January 5, 2008

Last Saturday VERA was host to a rather eclectic line up of local bands, which included relatively new band Ships, the Lonely H from Port Angeles, and two Seattle favorites Kay Kay and His Weathered Underground and the Lashes.  I think that this line up really proved something that I believe is true: everyone in […]

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Ships at the Crocodile

Show Date: September 16, 2007

Almost a year ago now, the Bus Stop on Pine was the venue for "The Death of Jacob James." Jacob James (aka Jacob Hoffman) keyboard player and vocalist for the Lashes, decided to say goodnight to his collection of sweet, soft, and beautiful songs. It felt like a loss to say goodbye to this project, […]

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Yacht, BOAT…and now, Ships

It seems a few local bands these days are paying homage to the Northwest's nautical history. At least each one brings something different to the music table: Yacht, with his one-man electronic band hyper antics, BOAT with their lo-fi silly-lyric-filled indie-pop. And now Ships, who are the new kids on the shoe-gaze, post-rock block. I […]

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My birthday + YACHT ROCK + secret password = BIG FUN at Neumo's

Tonight's the night! Come to Neumos for a YACHT ROCK extravaganza to celebrate my birthday (and the birthday of our good pal Saundrah Humphrey from Math and Physics Club) with a load of smooth music that RAWKS!! The lineup tonight is fantastic, and we can't wait to hear who's gonna cover Hall & Oates. The […]

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Tonight's Recommended Show: Saturna, The Boggs, and Ships at Chop Suey

Tonight Saturna, our fair shoegazer brethren to the south, will visit Seattle to celebrate the release of the album Some Delicious Enemy. Our resident shoegazer expert heralded the new release by commending Saturna's ability to… …to reference the things that came before while carving out their own place with memorably strong and well-crafted songs, more […]

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