Tonight in Seattle:  

Recommended show + free tickets: Lemolo at the High Dive {2/24}

{Lemolo / High Dive}

If you haven't taken the time to check Lemolo out, please do so immediately.

Lemolo are Meagan Grandall and Kendra Cox, and never a more powerful duo from Poulsbo will you meet. (Well, at least this not this week, anyway.) Seriously though, the energy these two produce live is a force to be reckoned with: think seamless, light-but-powerful vocals over a sometimes soothing, sometimes stabbing set of piano keyboard sounds, with seperate-but-equal levels of percussion. Neither band member backs the other, neither takes center stage for more than a moment -- what you witness on stage during their performance is a union, an absolute partnership of sound that's familiar enough to be comforting while experimental enough to keep your interest. And if you've seen these two before, either at the Head and the Heart's show at Neumos last month, or out at Columbia City Theater this past weekend, you're as excited as we are to be gearing up for their first headlining show -- they'll be taking the stage at the High Dive this Thursday night (with Garage Voice and Washington Mile).

You've got two options for the show: get down to the venue early and make sure you've got a spot and a handstamp (which we highly recommend doing regardless), or roll the dice and enter to win two tickets to see the show on us! To take a shot at the win, just send an email to tig {at} threeimaginarygirls dot com before 10am this Thursday (yes, the day of the show!) with the subject line "TakeMeToLemolo" so we know it's you. We'll choose a lucky winner and notify you and your +1 by lunchtimeish. Don't forget, enterees, the High Dive is a 21+ venue.

Good luck! We'll see you at the show.

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