Three Imaginary Girls

Seattle's Indie-Pop Press – Music Reviews, Film Reviews, and Big Fun

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Sub Pop has Fleet Foxes' "White Winter Hymnal" available for download. TIG has been all abuzz about this band lately so here's your chance to hear what all the hype's about (that is, if you're one of the three people who hasn't heard them already).

Media promotions company Terrorbird has a couple of songs from Triclops: "Lovesong for the Botfly" and "Freedom Tickler." Free Music Fridays hearts Terrorbird.


MP3 blog Music for Robots is supa-psyched for an upcoming full-length from Quiet Village, and has "Circus of Horror" available to download. Says MfR's Blair: "As far as obscure rock and dance sounds go, Quiet Village is near the top of my favorites list."


ChrisB loved The Raveonettes' new album, Lust Lust Lust. Here's opening track "Aly Walk With Me," courtesy of Vice Records.


Also spotted on Vice's site is an MP3 from Dark Meat, which they call "a 17-piece psychedelic rock collective from Athens, Georgia who sound like the Stooges meets Crazy Horse meets Albert Ayler — double drums, shredding guitars, jazz bursts, gospel vocals and marching band horns!" Sounds interesting enough, right? Here's "Freedom Ritual."


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