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Agatha
Agatha $12.00

Eight anthems from Seattle queer-punk champions. Totally awesome. Hand silk-screened covers.

“Delivering brain-twisting angry analysis that will make you sing along til your throat rips and spittle flies from your lips, in awe that someone whittled these experiences of life on earth down to a smart lyric you can scream with your friends. Yes we are numerous. Yes we are powerful.” - Rumbletowne Records

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Agatha- Sissy Dang

The legendary poet Eileen Myles, on vinyl for the first time. Aloha/Irish Trees features nearly an hour of Myles live in the studio, reading past and present poems. Intimate, playful, raw.

Comes with an insert of Myles' poem "Sorry." Released on Portland's own Fonograf Editions. Listen on Soundcloud...[ continued ]

Hyperdrive pop-punk packed with stories from songwriter David Combs (Spoonboy, Somnia, Bad Moves).

Listen on Bandcamp.

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The solo debut from Erica Freas (of RVIVR, Lightning Round). Folk anthems to play over and over. Songs that empower. Paying tribute to family, animals, the earth, life and death and everything in between.

10 songs, beautifully printed covers and inserts. The album that came before her Dio Giovanni Records debut, Patient Ones...[ continued ] Erica Freas- The Sound

Thirteen songs from Paris-based post-power-pop punks, Bitpart. In your face, catchy, and raw, with big heavy basslines and lots of energy.

Listen on Bandcamp.

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Breakcore and 8-Bit/Chiptune artists team up to make a compilation that raves as much as it destroys. An all-star cast of Mochipet, TheH8rs, Foxdye, Selector Catalogue, Graz, and Shitmat bring you the banginest, bestest, core-iest 12” ever. A collaboration between two of Portland's best electronic labels: Fukdup and Reactionary Records.

Foxdye- Tacompton MDMA Booty Bang (Excited Mix)

Harmony Holiday's record of poems and sound collage. Adventurous and accessible, twisting cultural images into something surprising, political, socially aware. In conversation with Charles Mingus’ classic 1963 album The Black Saint and the Sinner Lady.

Comes with an insert of Holiday's poem “To the Black Female Children." Listen on Soundcloud...[ continued ]

The reissue of Big Butter's 1989 weirdo classic, Brainsled. Mixing elements of drone, psych, free jazz, early synth music, sound collage, Minutemen-esque punk, and odd pop.

Running since 1986 and still going today, Big Butter is the project of two brothers. They were once on the roster The Residents' Ralph Records (if that gives you some idea of what you're in for).

This limited-edition, self-released double LP is decked out...[ continued ]

Kimya Dawson, Jeffrey Lewis, Jack Lewis, Anders Griffen, and Karl Blau combine to make sweet tragi-comic folk-pop. A hidden jewel of a supergroup.

The Bundles- Pirates Declare War

Recorded in a renovated church during a windstorm, with members of Mount Eerie serving as her backing band, Bury Me Into the Mtn is an album that stops you in your tracks. From the big backing vocals of the album’s opener to its methodically sparse closing track, she creates a musical narrative that doesn’t release its listener until the whole tale has been told. An album that's completely unique while also being totally accessible...[ continued ] Eleanor Murray- Bury Me Into the Mtn