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Three Imaginary Girls to co-present kickoff event, featuring live performances from Terrene, Romance, The Village Green, and Invisible Eyes. Saturday night, March 4th, at the High Dive in Seattle, WA 



Hey! What are you doing on Saturday night, March 4th? We highly suggest you head to the High Dive for the debut Audioasis Live Remote Broadcast, co-presented by Three Imaginary Girls and featuring four stellar local bands. Plus raffle prizes! Here's the full scoop…

The first Saturday of every month in 2006, eclectic music station KEXP (90.3FM and KEXP.ORG) will broadcast its local music program Audioasis (Saturdays 6-9pm) from the High Dive in Seattle. All door proceeds will benefit a different local charity each month. This is a community initiative to create meaningful connections between KEXP listeners and deserving local charities. KEXP hopes to increase awareness of the mission and work of various local organizations and the impact they have on the larger community. KEXP will provide each charity a variety of ways to increase their visibility. Sounds great to us!

For March, the benefit will be for Seattle Works, the show will be co-presented by Three Imaginary Girls (woot! woot!), and we hear that DJs John Richards, Abe Beeson, and Sean Nelson will all be present. Be there for the first one!

Here's the full line-up:

Live Broadcast
6:30 – 7:00 – Terrene Live on-air performance
8:00 – 8:30 – The Invisible Eyes Live on-air performance

10:00 – 10:45 – Romance {read review}
11:00 – 12:00 – The Village Green {read review}
12:15 – 1:15 – The Invisible Eyes


WHAT: KEXP Audioasis and Three Imaginary Girls present the debut monthly Live Remote Broadcast from the Hive Dive, featuring Terrene, Romance, the Village Green, and Invisible Eyes.
WHERE: The High Dive 513 N. 36th in Fremont. Seattle, WA
WHEN: Saturday, March 4th, 2006. The Live Broadcast starts at 6p. 21+.
COST: $6. Advance tickets available through Brown Paper Tickets.

ABOUT THREE IMAGINARY GIRLS is a Seattle-based website that showcases the great music of the Northwest to music lovers worldwide. During the past three+ years, the site has featured reviews of albums, live music, film, theater, interviews, political commentary, and even love advice, in Seattle and beyond. The girls also book music showcases, contribute to other music publications (including The Stranger, Tablet Magazine, and Music for America), and make guest radio appearances on 90.3 KEXP. The girls were voted "MVP of Seattle Music 2004" by readers of the Seattle Weekly, and were listed in Seattle Magazine's Most Influential People issue. Intrigued? For more information, contact:

KEXP Radio is an influential, innovative non-commercial music radio station based in Seattle, supported by its membership of contributing listeners. KEXP programs a wide and deep mix of music spanning multiple genres, including alternative rock, electronic, hip-hop, roots, country, world, blues and in-depth specialty programs. Listeners enjoy this non-commercial service at 90.3FM in Seattle and throughout the world at

In the spring of 2004 KEXP.ORG was ranked number six among all audio streaming services on Arbitron's internet broadcasting service and, furthermore, was ranked first among all streaming AM and FM radio stations currently webcasting. Also, K EXP won the Webby for Best Radio Station website in 2004 and in the winter of 2005 won the PLUG Independent Music Award for best Non-Commercial Radio Station.

KEXP has a mission to enrich people's lives culturally by providing a wide and deep array of music, and technologically by exploring, developing and applying relevant technology to deepen or extend music experiences. Past first-ever technology services include KEXP's 14-Day online streaming archive where listeners can listen to any portion of the past fourteen days of programming, its online real time playlist where listeners can discover what is being played, and its 1.4 megabits per second uncompressed audio stream. All of these projects were developed in partnership with the world-class computing and networking experts at the University of Washington.

The station is governed by the Friends of KEXP, a non-profit organization operating the station on behalf of the University of Washington, which holds the FCC license. Experience Music Project provides generous financial support and the University of Washington computing and communications group provides KEXP with streaming services, technical support, development of new streaming applications and other technical developments.