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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 ]

Forty-five minutes of (melty/warpy/bubbly/sparkly) ambient material released on Northwest experimental label, Corpus Callosum.

Listen on Bandcamp.

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Weighted, open songs that give chills. Haunting, hypnotic drone folk for fans of Gowns, Tiny Vipers, and Lau Nau.

Released on Braeyden Jae's Heavy Mess Tapes. Cover art by Molly Schaeffer (Big Big Wednesday). 

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A brilliant album from Olympia cellist Derek M. Johnson. The range between the joyously furious chaos of where it starts and the stop-you-in-your-tracks lush beauty of where it ends is vast, but it works. Along the way there's deep ambience and solo cello, making an album in four distinct parts--one that carries weight and leaves you somewhat stunned.

Comes with a digital download card. Released on Seattle's Aphonia Recordings...[ continued ]

Last copy! Pulsing, meditative ambient-pop songs from Sean Conrad (Gkfoes Vjgoaf, Inner Islands). Shimmery layers of sound, chants, and gorgeous vocals from Rosa Beach-Mason.

Comes with a 36 page full-color zine of photography and lyrics from the album. Listen on Bandcamp.

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Braeyden Jae's Fog Mirror builds layers of warm, crackling static into a complex emotional arc. It's a diary of a journey. Drone music that tells a story.

Released on Whited Sepulchre Records. Listen on Bandcamp.

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Intricate instrumental guitar work from Seattle’s Corespondents. From the days when they took it a little slower. Appearances by Cock and Swan, Shana Cleveland (of The Curious Mystery & La Luz), and more of Seattle’s finest.

Available as just the CD or as a CD + DVD with video work by Doug Arney, Parker Hill, Jason Ryan, and Brian Rosenquist.

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Last copy! A Why the Tapes Play compilation from the "haze of the cassette revolution." Home recorded music from the 1980s and 1990s stretching from bedroom pop to long-form ambient to lo-fi electronic.

Featuring sounds by KDA, Eric Gaffney & Friends, Nightcrawlers, Heather Perkins, Linda Smith, James T. Rao (of Orange Cake Mix), Kathy King, and Mark Kisinger.

An hour and twenty of minutes of awesomeness! Beautifully designed CDR in DVD case with insert...[ continued ]

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