Three Imaginary Girls Recommend: Every Scene Does Need a Center

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photo by John E. Hollingsworth

Is there anything sweeter than the smell of fresh music in the Fall air?

10/18, Tullycraft {album release}/Math & Physics Club/Patience Please, the Crocodile

For the last few weeks KEXP has been previewing tracks from the soon-to-be-released Tullycraft album, Every Scene Needs a Center. We have yet to choose a favorite. Some days it’s “Bored to Hear Your Heart Still Breaks,” others it’s “Take Away the Make-up.” Just the other day John played “The Secret of Devil’s Paw” (a song we really like, even though we don’t quite understand the title) and were smitten with that. This Thursday we’ll have a chance to hear those and more at Tullycraft’s album release show at the Crocodile. Perhaps they’ll even whip out a couple songs from their catalog… a little “Pop Songs Your New Boyfriend’s Too Stupid to Know About” or “Twee” might also rear its head during their set? Last time Tullycraft played here in Seattle, there ended up being a dance party on the stage (and prizes given for the best dance moves).

Also on the bill are Math and Physics Club (fresh off the release of their new EP, Baby I’m Yours) and Patience Please (also celebrating the release of their debut full-length Fleeting Frequencies). It’s a night sure to be packed with indie-pop goodness galore!

10/13, The Ruby Doe/Shorthand For Epic/Ms. Led, High Dive

Speaking of good indie-pop, we regret to inform all of you, dear KEXP readers, that local punk-pop band Shorthand for Epic is breaking up — or at least shaking up their lineup. The band made an announcement earlier in the week that their show on Saturday the 13th would be the last for its current lineup, with their bass player and drummer both (most amicably) parting ways with the group. The night will also celebrate SFE drummer Stormi King’s birthday… and as a special bonus, Ms. Led will be recording a video for their song “New Agenda” that same night. And the entire show is FREE. Help Shorthand for Epic celebrate the end of an era, and get that good lookin’ face of yours documented on YouTube with the hot ladies (and gent) of Ms. Led (have you seen their hairstyles lately?? FOXY!).

Breathe deep,
three imaginary girls

High iPod rotation:
Jenni Potts {live at Easy Street West Seattle on 10/12}
Radiohead {like the rest of the world}
Band of Horses

(Three Imaginary Girls is a Seattle-based website that showcases the great music of the Northwest and beyond to music lovers worldwide. We post a Settle live show calendar to help you fill your day-planner with loads of great shows, as well as record reviews, live show reviews, and an imagi-blog to entertain you throughout the day.)

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One Comment

  1. james
    Posted October 13, 2007 at 6:29 pm | Permalink

    I love that vampire song!

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