Three Imaginary Girls

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

When the Crocodile first shuttered its doors in December of 2007, we felt like we'd lost a friend. Many moments of imaginary fun happened within those walls, and we missed it very much. That's why we're very excited to host Top of the Croc: An Imaginary Pop Celebration for the Re-Opening of the Crocodile!

"We're completely honored and excited to be presenting this show! Three Imaginary Girls was born at the Crocodile. We couldn't be more thrilled to celebrate it reopening — especially with such a poptastic lineup!" said Three Imaginary Girls co-founder imaginary Dana.

We've lined up what we think are some of the best pop bands in Seattle for a night of serious imaginary fun on Saturday, April 4th 2009 , with Seattle pop notables "Awesome", Tullycraft, BOAT, and newcomers iji.

"I can't wait to share iji, who are kicking the night off! They are my favorite new band right now. They mix indie-pop hooks, DIY lo-fi, and coy disarming vocals — with horns, organ, and sometimes an autoharp" said Three Imaginary Girls co-founder imaginary Liz.

Not only will there be pop music, but we've also got sponsors Top Pot Doughnuts providing commemorative Crocodile doughnuts and VAIN hair salon providing Crocodile-themed quickie updos.

"As a newcomer to Seattle, I'm so excited to be able to experience such a vital part of this city's music scene with Three Imaginary Girls, and now with the reopening of the Crocodile. Honestly, it's so humbling to be able to have anything to do with the next stage of the Crocodile's presence, especially since it's my first exposure to it," said Three Imaginary Girls photographer (and recent Seattle transplant) imaginary Victoria.

"The Crocodile is a national landmark, or at least it should be. I gotta say it's been a really difficult year without having it around – it's like there's been a cloud hanging over the city as we followed the club's revival back to the world of the indie-living" said imaginary Liz.

Please join us for an amazing night of fun Saturday, April 4th, 2009 at the Crocodile at 2200 2nd Ave, Seattle, WA. Doors at 8pm, 21+.

Tickets available online at

Check back at in the coming weeks for more information on the show, the line-up, and the fun night ahead.

(Poster design and screenprinting by Seattle Show Posters)