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 ]
Collecting Greg Murray's seven inches and CD EPs from the early 2000s, this tape is a cohesive dose of '60s psychedelia influenced rock and folk-pop.
Limited edition of 30 blue cassettes. Packaging and cover art by NanSea Griggs. The third release from Why the Tapes Play Records.
A tribute to the late, great writer Richard Brautigan. Eight songs by a wide variety of artists (from folk to wild noise-pop) about Brautigan and his work.
Music from: Marble Tea, Green Circles, The Sound of the Ladies, Treecreeper, stephanmccains, Georgia Ruth, James Murray, and The Lovely Eggs.
Hand-stamped, hand-painted bradpaks. Includes two hand-mimeographed poems by Brautigan and an original hand-typed poem by NanSea Griggs...[ continued ]