Have milk with your weekend plans!

Bad Dream Good Breakfast.jpg

We’ve filled this weekend’s dance card with a couple of hot and fresh new things and a visit to the KEXP studios. The result is a spastic good time.

FRIDAY, JANUARY 26: A Clockwork Bar: MILK+ HAPPY HOUR celebrating the stage production of A Clockwork Orange: Remixed {The Hideout ~ 1005 Boren Ave}
Tonight is a great opportunity to have milk-themed happy hour drinks in the midst of people in Clockwork Orange-themed costumes. Sound like a dream come true? If your answer is a resounding YES – give thanks to the genius folks who brought us Iron Composer who are putting on this shindig as a precursor to their A Clockwork Orange: Remixed production (which opens February 2nd). There has been no mention of flying bottles of Aqua Velva or fire ants — but knowing those Iron Composer folks, it isn’t out of the realm of possibility.

FRIDAY, JANUARY 26: TIG invade Michele Meyers space in the name of recapping 2006
If you’re near a radio tonight, say around 10pm, tune into KEXP as we visit DJ Michele Meyers on her show. She asked us to come in and play a few songs that topped our Best of Northwest Releases of 2006 Readers’ Poll and our own favorite songs of the year. We fought a little bit last night about who was going to play what, but thanks to the calming power of Izze soda (Pomegranate flavor TASTY!), we think we’ve got our playlist settled. But, of course, if you want to weigh in your opinion on which bands we should spotlight from the poll, tell us by commenting below!

SATURDAY, JANUARY 27: Bad Dream Good Breakfast / M. Bison / The Threat of Beauty {Lo Fi ~ 429B Eastlake Ave E}
How often is it that a band celebrates their first show and their album release on the same night? Usually our favorite Seattle bands procrastinate for months/years before producing a full-fledged album for the masses (and even that takes a ton of prodding and encouraging). This Saturday, celebrate the cd-release of the super-productive folks in Bad Dream Good Breakfast. Their sound is part Starlight Mints, part high school musical and at 12-members strong, perhaps they will include a song and dance number and set change.

And if you just want to giggle all weekend, watch this over and over — this lil guy rocks! We want to grow and be like him…

We’ll have soy milk with that,
dana, liz, char
*three imaginary girls*

High Rotation:
in high ipod rotation {celebrating Hutch Harris Appreciation Month}:
Urban Legends
The Thermals
Hutch & Kathy

(Three Imaginary Girls is a Seattle-based website that showcases the great music of the Northwest to music lovers worldwide. We post a Seattle live show calendar to help you fill your day-planner with loads of great shows as well as album and film reviews.)

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