Three Imaginary Girls

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Spring is in the air and making it's way into my step! YAY!

Good stuff coming out today,

Sera Cahoone is releasing her new record on Sub Pop titled Only As The Day Is Long. It's an amazing follow up to her self-released, self-titled debut. I can't RAVE about this record or Sera Cahoone enough. I am so excited to see her tonight here at Easy Street Queen Anne (7PM) and again at her Tractor show on the 28th.

Destroyer (Dan Bazar) has a new one out today too. It's called Trouble In Dreams. I never remember my dreams, but I am sure there has been trouble. I haven't had a chance ot listen to it yet, but I really loved Destroyer's Rubies.

Daniel Lanois, who I know better as a producer (Emmy Lou Harris' AMAZING Wrecking Ball), is putting out a record called Here is What It Is. Did I mention he produced Wrecking Ball? Man can do no wrong in my book.

Here's some more:

65 Days Of Static — The Fall Of Math (good, I hate math anyway)

Bone Thugs — Still Creepin on the Ah Come (where's N-Harmony?)

Sera Cahoone — Only As The Day Is Long

Deepak Chopra — Rasa Living Wellness Vol 1

Destroyer — Trouble In Dreams

Devotchka — A Mad & Faithful Telling

The Hives — Maximum Hives

The Kills — Midnight Boom

Daniel Lanois — Here Is What It Is

Mission Of Burma — Signals, Calls & Marches

Mooney Suzuki — Live @ CBGB 6-29-01

Muse — Haarp (CD/DVD)

Tall Firs — Too Old To Die Young (me too)

The Teenagers — Reality Check

Ike & Tina Turner — Live, Raw & Funky

John Zorn & The Bar Kokhba Sextet — Lucifer, The Book Of Angels Vol. 10