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A moon-obsessed split tape from Joe Jack Talcum (AKA- Joseph Genaro of The Dead Milkmen!!!) and Gravey Train (Joseph Carlough of Displaced Snail Publications). Bedroom folk and lo-fi gems from these two fine Philadelphia musicians.

The split is made up of the Over the Moon EP by Joe Jack Talcum, and the The Appalachian Moon Man Sings Again EP by Gravey Train. Released on This & That Tapes...[ continued ]

Belgian electronic producer Sickboy (the artist who brought such breakcore classics such as "Ganja Bullet" and "Worst Trade Center") returns with Jurassickboys, an amusement-park ride through pop culture's destruction. Released on Portland's own Fukdup Records. 

On translucent yellow vinyl with red and black splatters. Listen on Bandcamp...[ continued ]

A split between Montreal-based composer Kyle Bobby Dunn and Indianapolis-based guitarist Wayne Robert Thomas. One side of swirling modern classical drone, a drunk orchestra, distant trumpets like migrating birds. And one side of cinematic builds, layers of strings, crests and breaks.

Listen on Bandcamp.

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Get ready while Phoxii (AKA: Foxdye) takes you on an IDM and breakcore-laden techno journey. La Comandante is her bouncy, in-your-face, impossible-not-to-move-to, mini-epic of clit worship. Four new tracks, plus remixes by Kool Skull and Hitori Tori on the B-Side.

Limited edition of 300 hand-numbered copies. 150 copies on pink vinyl, 150 copies on black vinyl with silk-screened Phoxii patch...[ continued ]

Tucker Theodore's debut, To Make the Sun Hurt, established a cultish following for the reclusive Olympia songwriter and soundscape artist. On his latest, 2017's Lady Hope, he takes his sound experiments even further. A psych-folk epic, Lady Hope is a wild hour-long ride through inner darkness and personal mythology.

With appearances from Allen Karpinski (The Six Parts Seven) and Madeline Johnston (Sister Grotto, Midwife)...[ continued ] Tucker Theodore- Skin

Corespondents’ fourth album, Land of the Low People, is an album that exists both as a relic of the past and as a time capsule for the future. It's an album of familiar yet disconcerting melodies that draw inspiration from the Wild West and the Far East in equal measure. It defies genre, place, and time.

It's also the catchiest instrumental album I have ever heard. A perfect soundtrack to any situation or occasion...[ continued ] Corespondents- Face Cancellation

Temporary Sale! Sludgy psych-garage rock meets lo-fi folk aesthetics in an epic four song EP.

Listen on Bandcamp.

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Appalachian Yard Art- Hekatonkheires

The latest album of forward-thinking electronics from Phoxii. Life Eating Death Feeding's broken and reconstructed tracks—tracks that blend techno, breakcore, IDM, and chiptune in previously unknown ways—further asserts Phoxii as living in a musical universe that's entirely her own.

Cassette contains material not available digitally. Plus: Hidden in one of these 100 tapes is a Golden Ticket...[ continued ]

Like Like, by Portland's Advrb, is an album in ten vignettes. Relationships, almost relationships, last frost walks, A.A. Milne recitations. Lyric-driven jangle pop in the lineage of Jonathan Richman, Jason Anderson, and Eleanor Friedberger.

On autumnal goldenrod-colored cassettes, with cool reversible covers.

Released on Antiquated Future Records. Listen on[ continued ] Advrb- Frenzied Spring

Seattle's Black Cat Orchestra has recorded with everybody from David Byrne to Mirah, appeared on This American Life, and been a go-to chamber group since 1991. This album has 11 songs that span Italian arias to Turkish rock.

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