Three Imaginary Girls

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

A huge HUZZAH and THANKS BUNCHES to all the fine publications who've given a bit of love to our two birthday shows this weekend, and to the awesome bands who are playing at them:

KEXP blog:
"This weekend you can celebrate five fun and informative years with the Three Imaginary Girls at the their 5th birthday bash for two whole nights!"

Seattle Metroblogging:
"Three Imaginary Girls are having two star-studded birthday bashes this week, likely to put Wednesday's fireworks to shame."

Sound on the Sound:
"This show should be a really good time."

The UW Daily:
"And if you only pay for one show this week, make it BOAT’s CD release party at the Crocodile Café Friday."

The Stranger Up and Coming:
"Though it was released this past spring, Portland's the Shaky Hands have crafted my favorite album of the summer."

Seattle Weekly:
"The Shaky Hands Nurse Multiple Hangovers, Shun Cell Phones, and Roll Their Own Smokes"

Daily Candy:
"Up-and-coming NW bands Boat, The Shaky Hands, and more celebrate the indie-pop press, plus on-site updos from Vain stylists."

Seattle Powerpop Blog:
"I do want to throw out a healthy CONGRATULATIONS to the TIG'ers for the five-year mark. It's a great milestone for a great site."

Pitchfork (BOAT CD review):
"BOAT offer fewer hits but more keepsakes, with many of their songs becoming more adhesive as they simmer and soften over time."

Spin (BOAT: artist of the day):
"BOAT feels like Modest Mouse filtered through '60s pop radio, though various influences adorn the new album."


Thanks to all of you! And if I missed anyone, please add it in the comments below and I'll update this post.