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The latest project of Madeline Johnston of Sister Grotto. Together with collaborator Tucker Theodore, Midwife creates dreamy songs that confront raw emotions, haunted soundscapes that get stuck in your head. Following their acclaimed 2017 debut Like Author, Like Daughter, their new Prayer Hands EP delves further, bringing more reverb-drenched anthems of loss.

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An Olympia classic. This 1999 Yoyo Recordings studio compilation has 22 songs that give a snapshot of the scene from that era. The Microphones, Mirah, C Average, The Need, IQU, and many more.

The Microphones- Wake Me Up

Temporary sale! Power-pop like you've never heard it before. Cello, wurlitzer electric piano, drums, and lush harmonies combine to make uniquely beautiful and addicting songs.

Listen on Bandcamp.

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You Are Plural- Cut Along the Line

On Recurring Chasms, Olympia's The Washboard Abs take their intimate indie-pop to new heights. Incorporating angular rhythms and art-rock sensibilities to these perfectly distilled songs, the album is a beautiful and complex journey through personal battles and trauma recovery.

Released on Antiquated Future Records. Listen on Bandcamp...[ continued ] The Washboard Abs- Submission

Richard Album returns with his most elaborate pop album yet. As usual: Pure genius. Heartbreak's never sounded so sweet.

Only a few of these in stock! Listen on Bandcamp.

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Unbeatable, surfy power-pop, heartbreak gems from Chicago's Richard Album and the Singles. Highly recommended.

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Richard Album and the Singles- Quiet

A 12" EP that captures Songs for Moms' enduring greatness. Adventurous pop-punk songs of scars and healing, grieving and celebrating. 

"Songs for Moms' importance as a band is electric and they've influenced a generation of musicians. Weird, skillful and outside the rules." - Don Giovanni Records

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One of the best indie-folk albums of the past decade. From old folk-style ballads to drum-machine cowgirl tales, this album has such good variety, but is completely cohesive. As if Ms. Antipa’s voice and talent wasn’t enough, this album also features guest musicianship by some of our favorites: Olie Eshelman (Corespondents), Shenandoah Davis (Grand Hallway), plus a fabulous duet with Jordan O’Jordan (Polka Dot Dot Dot)...[ continued ] Christina Antipa- Beautiful Place

Personal, mythological, slyly political chamber folk-rock epics from Portland cellist Brenna Sahatjian. 

Cover art by Jeri Lance. Listen on Bandcamp.

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Sharkpact
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Super catchy, in your face, synth punk from Olympia's Sharkpact. The production has been stepped-up for this one and a host of Olympia superstars make guest appearances. Highly recommended.

Sharkpact- Moments