! = recommended
* = all-ages
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Chris Estey is a Seattle-based journalist and publicist who has been writing for Three Imaginary Girls since 2006. He currently owns and operates Big Freak Media. He's worked in various positions at several successful independent record labels before and after joining TIG. He was the editor-in-chief of the critically acclaimed BANDOPPLER Magazine before becoming publicist for The Black Angels, The Saturday Knights, and The Blakes at Light In The Attic Records, also handling their reissues for Betty Davis and Karen Dalton. He's conducted interviews, written columns and reviews for Seattle Magazine, City Arts Magazine, The Rocket, The Stranger, Sound Magazine, Paste, Seattle Weekly, and other publications. His long review for Phil Ochs Greatest Hits was reprinted in Da Capo's Best Music Writing 2010. Currently handling PR for Light In The Attic Records through Big Freak to help promote Listen, Whitey! and the upcoming Bobby Whitlock reissues. He also writes bios for and consults with bands, for example Seattle group Eighteen Individual Eyes. He is the main publicist for Flat Field Records, for Tomten, the SpokAnarchy DVD/CD and the reissue of the first Vampire Lezbos album. He's also done rock and roll comics with David Lasky (in two editions of the anthology Hotwire from Fantagraphics), and has also published over two dozen personal zines.
Gender and Sexuality For Beginners by Jaimee Garbacik and Jeffrey Lewis
Unions For Beginners by David Cogswell and C.M. Butzer
The Grammar of Rock by Alexander Theroux
The Comics Journal 302 from Fantagraphics Books, Inc.
Transhumanism by Joseph P. Farrell, PhD, and Scott D. de Hart
Conversations with Greil Marcus by Joe Bonomo
Unfree Masters: Recording Artists and The Politics of Work by Matt Stahl
Julia Massey & The Five Finger Discount, Five Letters From Far Away
The Transmissionary Six, Songs 2002 - 2012
The Coup, Sorry To Bother You
Starflyer 59, IAMACEO
Solvents, Ghetto Moon
NON / Boyd Rice, Back To Mono