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Last one + Sale! Seattle producer Graz brings us his newest “party-breakcore amen/gabber fueled joyride.” Danceable hardcore that destroys pop music one mashup at a time.

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Graz- Total Request Mashup

A classic early Foxdye EP. Foxdye makes music that makes you spaz out, laugh, and swoon. Hand silk-screened packages, stenciled CD, and the second issue of the Sugar and Heartstrings (excuse me, Ravestrings) zine inside.

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Foxdye- Foxdyechek Collision

Temporary Sale! The brilliantly-titled Monsters of Meme is 14 tracks of in-your-face, meta-genre, internet-meme-filled, rave-tastic, intricately-chopped-to-pieces breakcore. And, since it’s Foxdye, expect moments of gorgeous ambience and IDM-ish atmospherics in your hardcore. This is yet further proof why she has a fan base that spans continents and why a Foxdye party is always the most fun you can possibly have...[ continued ] Foxdye- Monsters of Meme

Temporary Sale! Foxdye's first full-length album. 18 tracks that run the electronic musical map--breakcore, ambient, dubstep, happy hardcore, donk, and much much more. Put out by the fine folks at Fukdup Records, so you know it looks good.

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Foxdye- Train Wreckstep

Last copy + sale due to minor shelfwear! Former Infernal Noise Brigade & ¡Tchkung! percussionist, Filastine makes incredible, genre-defying music. Burn It brings rhythmic layers, recontextualized instruments, etheric vocalists, street sounds, bullhorns, guest appearances by hip hop MC’s from Spain to Seattle and makes something you’ve never heard before, but want to hear again and again...[ continued ] Filastine- Autology (ft. Jessika Skeletalia Kenny)

A finally crafted thing indeed. A more mature songwriting that I can’t help but liken to Joni Mitchell, in the way the songs have moments of darkness and dischord that resolve so gracefully and how the songs are so catchy but never dumbed down. Some songs lush and bright, some songs rocking and aggressive. An album that is sure to make her fanbase grow across the lands.

Eleanor Murray- Street To Ride

The first album from Eleanor Murray. Undeniably powerful folk music without boundaries. With music contributions from Olympia all-stars like Pamela Margon (Tattered Dress) and Austin Cooper (Kendl Winter & The Summer Gold). Produced by Ben Kamen and released on Anonymous Monk Records.

Eleanor Murray- Today

Amazing movie soundtracks for everyday life. Before Desolation Wilderness became a K Records band, Nicolaas Zwart (Electric Sunset, Drone Ranger) made some of the most mind-alteringly beautiful compositions I’ve ever heard. This album has always been my favorite, due to how it posed that beauty against harsher elements.

Desolation Wilderness- Hedron Oscillator
Corespondents
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Seattle’s Corespondents are a whirlwind. Three superb musicians who span the musical map- from western swing to Bollywood steel and a good many things in between. They have a magical quality of appealing to just about everybody without fitting nicely into a style, often being pretty weird, and not having a singer.

This album is the perfect album for a good many situations- dinner parties, acid trips, movie sequences, road trips, and the like...[ continued ] Corespondents- Demon Mustache

One of the best indie-folk albums of the past decade. From old folk-style ballads to drum-machine cowgirl tales, this album has such good variety, but is completely cohesive. As if Ms. Antipa’s voice and talent wasn’t enough, this album also features guest musicianship by some of our favorites: Olie Eshelman (Corespondents), Shenandoah Davis (Grand Hallway), plus a fabulous duet with Jordan O’Jordan (Polka Dot Dot Dot)...[ continued ] Christina Antipa- Beautiful Place