Tonight in Seattle:  

Podcasting double-shot, imaginary style

As we promised a couple weeks ago, we're going to post one podcast for every week in November and December to spotlight some of our favorite indie-pop and Pacific Northwest songs of 2008 (everyone's working on their best of the year list, right?).

We celebrated the gobble gobble pumpkin pie holiday weekend by going all podcast stylee. We posted a couple new podcasts and recorded some upcoming ones (you might detect a faint nutmeg smell coming from one of them).

In case you haven't subscribed to our podcasts yet or haven't yet seen them appear in your iTunes Podcasts folder, there are two new podcasts ready and waiting in you... and we'll even be posting another one later this week!

Go download it in iTunes, or listen on our website

 

Our two latest podcasts feature... 

Three Imaginary Girls Podcast {November 18, 2008}

  • "Since I Met You" by Bears
  • "Coat Tails" by Cars Can Be Blue
  • "Something Sassy" by The Smittens
  • "Only Clowns Are Scary" by I Love Math
  • "The Zoot" by Matthew And The Arrogant Sea
  • "The Richest Kids In Town" by Ivy League
  • "Television" by The Dead Trees
  • "The Coconut" by Thee Oh Sees
  • "Reputation" by The Torn ACL's
  • "Prize Fighter" by Oh Captain My Captain
  • "Warm it Up" by Chuckanut Drive

Three Imaginary Girls Podcast {November 25, 2008}

  • "Little Toys On A Shelf" by The Pharmacy
  • "An Affair With Education" by Mermaid Skeletons
  • "Why Do You Let Me Stay Here?" by She & Him
  • "Maria Frencesca" by World History
  • "Marathon" by The Ettes
  • "Favorite Song" by The Hard Way
  • "Captain Rehab" by See Me River
  • "Me and the Major" by Dream Bitches
  • "I Completely Understand" by Go Slowpoke
  • "Cannonballs" by Hey Marseilles
  • "John Q Public" by Anomie Belle

 

I can't even tell you how many ways I love these songs. We're so excited to be able to share them with you. Are there any that you are especially drawn to hit repeat again and again for? 

Check back later this week to hear the next podcast!

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