Last copy! The return of our long-running compilation series! Featuring twenty-two previously unreleased songs by under-appreciated artists from the Pacific Northwest and beyond.
Cover art by Ariel Birks, covers printed by Eberhardt Press. Comes with digital download code, track listing, and liner notes. Hand-stamped second edition of 100 copies. [ continued ]Upside Drown- Dead Phones
Last copy! Your Hearts Breaks is back! And armed with a masterpiece. America is a road trip of junk food beaches, bad decision sunburns, and Arthur Russell dance parties.
Backed by an all-star cast, produced by the ever-incredible Karl Blau. Listen on Bandcamp.[ continued ]
Last copy! The Binary Marketing Show makes smart, slightly skewed, synth pop that is wholly mesmerizing. 8-bit beats and noisey ambience mix with occasional guitars, trumpets, and found sounds.
Limited edition cassette run with digital download and two front covers (it's a surprise which one you'll get). Listen on Bandcamp...[ continued ]The Binary Marketing Show- Picnic on Makemake
Metallic strings for unidentifiable drone, percussion ringing in the open air, a distortion pedal's inner locked groove. Cup Collector's Are You Watching From The Mountain is a short series of soundscapes that are both otherworldly and entirely earthly. Highly recommended.
Released on Fourfold Records. Listen on Bandcamp...[ continued ]
Two brand new tracks from Foxdye. The A-side: whispy ambience that rides a perfect line between angelic drone and stuttering tape noise. The B-side: pulsing prettiness over (breakcore-inspired) IDM beats.
Hand spray-painted by the artist herself, comes with a digital download code, bordering on weird cassingle--perfect for the Foxdye collector in us all. Listen on Bandcamp...[ continued ]
Last copy! Psych-folk bedroom pop gems and futuristic synth interludes from the vast Orange Cake Mix archives. This limited edition release compiles unreleased songs and compilation tracks from 1997-2001. Highly recommended!
Each tape has it's own one-of-a-kind, gel plate print cover art from NanSea Griggs. The first release from DJ Frederick's new Why the Tapes Play label.[ continued ]