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Last one + Sale! Joe Capoccia, who’s played in so many great Olympia bands (The Pasties, The Blackberry Bushes, Southern Skies, Oly Mountain Boys, The Pine Hearts, Kite, etc), finally brings us a full length solo effort and it is beyond our wildest expectations. Not the punk or alt-country you might expect, but a nice in between, smart catchy songs that are ready to be played on repeat...[ continued ] Joe Capoccia- The Beach At Night

A massive double disc compilation from the first five years of Fukdup Records—Portland's own purveyor of breakcore and electronic silliness. Thirty-seven artists within, including: Eight Frozen Modules, Foxdye, Rokhausen, Heartworm, Hitori Tori, DJ Detweiler, and many many more.

Liner notes fold-out into a mini poster of the cover art. Hand-numbered edition of 315. Listen on[ continued ]

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

Intricate instrumental guitar work from Seattle’s Corespondents. From the days when they took it a little slower. Appearances by Cock and Swan, Shana Cleveland (of The Curious Mystery & La Luz), and more of Seattle’s finest.

Available as just the CD or as a CD + DVD with video work by Doug Arney, Parker Hill, Jason Ryan, and Brian Rosenquist.

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Last one! Orchestral math pop, perhaps? Whatever you name it, these seven songs are an absolutely gorgeous combination of cello, wurlitzer, and voices. The latest project from Ephriam Nagler and Jen Grady (Waxfire, Emily Jane White, Adam Stephens). Beautiful cd artwork by Jason Vivona, to boot.

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You Are Plural- Broken Arrow

Last copy! A Why the Tapes Play compilation from the "haze of the cassette revolution." Home recorded music from the 1980s and 1990s stretching from bedroom pop to long-form ambient to lo-fi electronic.

Featuring sounds by KDA, Eric Gaffney & Friends, Nightcrawlers, Heather Perkins, Linda Smith, James T. Rao (of Orange Cake Mix), Kathy King, and Mark Kisinger.

An hour and twenty of minutes of awesomeness! Beautifully designed CDR in DVD case with insert...[ continued ]

Amazing movie soundtracks for everyday life. Before Desolation Wilderness became a K Records band, Nicolaas Zwart (Electric Sunset, Drone Ranger) made some of the most mind-alteringly beautiful compositions I’ve ever heard. This album has always been my favorite, due to how it posed that beauty against harsher elements.

Desolation Wilderness- Hedron Oscillator

An Olympia classic that shows the early folkier side of Kickball. Huckleberry Eater is an album for lazy days on the porch, and is home to the summertime anthem "Sauvie Island."

Packaged in a hand-silkscreened chipboard case.

Listen on Bandcamp.

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Kickball- Sauvie Island

The long-awaited new release from Portland's Fukdup Records. Hyperfocus takes old school breakcore stylings and updates it. Intricate, heavy, and melodic. Well-produced post-industrial chip-breaks throughout. 

Packaged in a clear jewel case with inlayed microfiche. With cover art by Huey Cobra and insert art by Peter Hinson. 

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Selector Catalogue- Time Flies in Detroit

Sale! Operatic synth weirdness featuring Anna Oxygen. A lost Olympia oddity.

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Space Ballerinas- Neptune