Animal Daydream at Three Imaginary Girls

As you know, we here at Three Imaginary Girls *love* all things related to Seattle’s brilliant music scene. But we have to admit, when a British or Nordic band (ok, or Australian) comes a calling, our hearts equally flutter. So when I saw that Jigsaw Records – Seattle’s indie-pop headquarters (in the form of a record… Continue reading Animal Daydream at Three Imaginary Girls

Halfsour at This Is Book’s Music

Outside of being a band that nicely blend courageous rock with wonderful pop craftiness, halfsour are a band that make their songs well partly due to Ian Gustafson, Matthew Mara and Zoë Wyner trading vocal duties from song to song. One way to describe what they do is power pop but when you hear something… Continue reading Halfsour at This Is Book’s Music

Animal Daydream at Raised by Gypsies

“Citrus” is an EP I wasn’t really sure how to feel about at first.   Over the course of four songs (which isn’t as much as it even sounds like even though these songs are fairly long) Animal Daydream brings out a psychedelic upbeat sound.   It’s somewhere between Blue Oyster Cult and Cream with… Continue reading Animal Daydream at Raised by Gypsies

Halfsour at Magnet

Halfsour has just released new record Tuesday Night Live, and you need to hear it. Listen to the Beat Happening-esque “I.K.” below, a shambling, loud garage track that should be perfect for a weekend drive. Be sure to check out Tuesday Night Live as well, out now on Jigsaw Records. [Link]

Halfsour at Innocent Words

Although their band name is abysmal, not to mention perplexing, Halfsour’s music is charming, straightforward indie pop. There isn’t a lot on the internet about Halfsour – good luck finding a website. However, they do have a sparse Bandcamp page, and their Facebook page is just as pathetic. No member information, no bio, hell, even… Continue reading Halfsour at Innocent Words