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Addicting pop music from the mind of Stephen Steinbrink. Fun and interesting without ever being over the top.

Recorded by the ever-amazing Bob Schwenkler at Olympia’s legendary Dub Narcotic Studios, this album has a wonderfully unique sound. Released on Seattle’s Off Tempo label. Comes with a digital download code.

French Quarter- Checks & Balances

Sale! Four songs from K Records recording artist, Ruby Fray. Hazy, witchy, hypnotic, amazing. Led by Emily Beanblossom of Christmas and backed by a super group of former Olympia all-stars.

Beautifully silk-screened by Michael Dellinger at Electricity & Lust. Listen on Bandcamp...[ continued ]

This is the Kickball album that best captures the crazy energy this band has live--the starts and stops, the bursts of anger and intimacy, everyone yelling together at the top of their lungs. It also has the expert production of Bob Schwenkler, making it an experience of complete sensory overload. Cramming this full length onto ten inches of vinyl gives a rawness that is so sweet. 

Printed on white vinyl, full color sleeve, and full color insert with lyrics...[ continued ] Kickball- Fight

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
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Last copy! Fuzzy, fun garage rock from Chicago.

Listen on Bandcamp.

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Demons being exorcised and caught on tape. Pop melodies covered with layers of grit. Bedroom classic rock, experimental folk, tape machine noise.

Covers hand glued, razor bladed, and otherwise destroyed by the artist. On marble vinyl. An Antiquated Future Records/Inanambulance collaborative release.

Listen on Bandcamp...[ continued ] Tucker Theodore- Love, The Sun Explode

Last one! The EP follow-up to 2008’s For Cedar finds Eleanor exploring different territories…in fact, in pretty much every song. From the sparse folk she’s known for to some pretty out there experimentation, an epic, and areas in between. Some of her best songs live on this often overlooked piece of her catalog. Produced by Ben Hargett (K Records).

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Eleanor Murray- Little Warrior

The full-length debut from Oakland duo, Upside Drown. Taking retro pop and bringing it into the metaphysical--imagery of magic and nature disguised as catchy love songs, fairytales and mythology as piano ballads. Nine songs too good to easily fit in your hands (bigger than that).

Featuring members of Flying Circles, Silver Shadows, Polka Dot Dot Dot, Twig Palace, The Mumlers, La Dee Da, and Tall Grass...[ continued ] Upside Drown- Go

The haunting and hypnotizing solo project of Shana Cleveland from La Luz. 12 songs about dark rooms, water, wind, stoned afternoons, sun in your eyes, sex, hair, snacks, death, and the beach.

Featuring some of Seattle's best musicians, with members of Cock and Swan, Sweet Potatoes, Thousands, Shenandoah Davis, Olivia Mendez, and more.

A limited edition cassette release on beautiful red tapes...[ continued ]

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