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 ]
Long-form ambient works from Denver minimalist artist Sister Grotto and Salt Lake City's Braeyden Jae. Guitars, tape sounds, bass tones, plenty of pedals. Slow soft-gaze. Hypnotic heartbreak.
For fans of early Eluvium and the melodic drones of Grouper and Mount Eerie.
Recorded at Rhinoceropolis. Printed on metallic gold cassettes. Comes with digital download code.
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Temporary distro-wide LP sale! The reissue of the 1989 weirdo classic from Big Butter. 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)...[ continued ]
Last two copies! The solo music of Lily from the band Parasol. Combining Mount Eerie-esque drone, the folky dreaminess of early Mazzy Star, and the punk sensibilities of Mecca Normal into one amazing album. Highly recommended.
First edition of 100 clear green cassette tapes with hand stamped labels and full color artwork. Includes digital download card. Listen on[ continued ]Squilll- Scripted Lines
Temporary distro-wide LP sale! 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.
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