Category Archives: Three Imaginary Girls

Three Imaginary Girls are hip hoppin’ and not stoppin’

(Insert beatbox noise here) We the ladies of TIG have bands and beats to suggest to you, G. There’s a grip of hip hop this week live in town, old favorites and new groups to make you get down. So chiggity check your calendar and check your technique, and come out and shake your JetRead more…

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Three Imaginary Girls is prepping (early) for the Academy Awards

I’ve been doing a better job this year than I ever have catching all the films generating “Oscar buzz” — (thank YOU, local theaters!) before the actual awards air, and starting this weekend, SIFF Cinema is making it super easy for me with period pieces galore. Their Awards Buzz Benefit Screenings package starts on Sunday,Read more…

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Three Imaginary Girls just end up walking in the cold November rain…

All jokes about Axl Rose’s awful cornrows aside, it’s wet. It’s cold. The desire to hole up, not unlike many of our small rodenty friends of the animal kingdom (except with books / TV, and hot toddies) is overwhelming, but fight it for one more week! You know where you can find warmth and heat,Read more…

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Nostalgia is nice, imaginary memories are better: TIG recommends upcoming (or extremely recent) releases.

I’m not sure what triggers other people’s memories, but mine are strongly linked to my olfactory glands. And songs. What with all the damp green of November in Seattle, it’s been easy to get stuck in a rut of listening to the albums that I attached to this time last year. It’s all well andRead more…

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Three Imaginary Girls recommends chucking those rainy day blues!

The first of the wallet-emptying autumn holidays has come to a close, folks. No more costumes, teeth-rotting candy or drunk teens running rampant. However, there are plenty of worthy events to keep you entertained in the aftermath of Halloween madness. Shop handmade products and goods (perfect for the upcoming holiday gift-giving season), get your MontyRead more…

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Three Imaginary Girls is seeing all kinds of film goodness this weekend

Although October is mainly horror flick month for me, I do occasionally branch out and see, you know, other types of film. This weekend, there’s tons of good stuff to choose from. Over at the Northwest Film Forum, they’re showing the live REM concert film This is Not a Show, a compilation of concert andRead more…

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Three Imaginary Girls shout “The British are coming!”

Cheerio, lads and luves! We here at Three Imaginary Girls suggest you enjoy a hearty dish of fish and chips (beans optional), put your bracers on, hop in your lorry (but continue to drive on the correct side of the road for your own safety) and come out for what will be a bang onRead more…

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Three Imaginary Girls is checking out horror & sci-fi at MIFFF this weekend

It’s no secret that I am a BIG fan of the horror. The gorier, the better. Funny, scary, gruesome, or just downright strange — I. Love. Splatter. Lucky for me, someone came up with the brilliant idea of gathering Indie films across a few genres that don’t usually get much love in bigger festivals (animation,Read more…

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Three Imaginary Girls are too cool for school

September is here and fall is in the air. As those of us who went to Bumbershoot nurse our inevitable colds, we are reminded that September means something else: back to school. Whether you are sending your progeny out to get uppity with their book learnin’, you’re lookin’ to get uppity with your own, orRead more…

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Song of the Day: Blitzen Trapper – Black River Killer

Every Monday through Friday, we deliver a different song as part our Song of the Day podcast subscription. This podcast features exclusive KEXP in-studio performances, unreleased songs, and recordings from independent artists that our DJs think you should hear. Today’s featured selection, chosen by Midday Show host Cheryl Waters, is “Black River Killer” by BlitzenRead more…

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