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Weighted, open songs that give chills. Haunting, hypnotic drone folk for fans of Gowns, Tiny Vipers, and Lau Nau.

Released on Braeyden Jae's Heavy Mess Tapes. Cover art by Molly Schaeffer (Big Big Wednesday). 

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Last copy! Pulsing, meditative ambient-pop songs from Sean Conrad (Gkfoes Vjgoaf, Inner Islands). Shimmery layers of sound, chants, and gorgeous vocals from Rosa Beach-Mason.

Comes with a 36 page full-color zine of photography and lyrics from the album. Listen on Bandcamp.

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A collaborative project between drone musician Dominic Coppola and musical chameleon Fred Thomas. Soundscapes to get lost in. 

Released on Life Like. 

Fingertips is an underwater affair—futuristic nostalgia, cheap earplugs at the rave, worn-out cassettes playing recordings of church organs over a pulsing kick drum. As reminiscent of sound collage as pop music. 

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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 ]

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Staying true to Deathsucker Record’s slogan of “redefining breakcore,” the English label releases a stunning 12” from our very own Foxdye! Four songs from (the CD-only) Monsters of Meme release are pressed and ready for excessive spinning.

Cover art by Kinoko (Zine City Comix), on glorious orange vinyl. Listen on Bandcamp...[ continued ]

Breakcore’s Shitmat and Ladyscraper remix grunge music and put it in flannel. Totally. Awesome. Released on Portland’s Fukdup Records and sewn together by the Disrepair Clothing Project.

Skewed historical dance music from Olympia live-hardware wizard, D.A. Terence. The result of delving into the history of Washington State's Hanford nuclear waste site, Hanford Acid mixes otherworldly acid techno with vocal samples from the wake of Hanford being declared a superfund site.

Released on Portland's Fukdup Records, the album comes on a yellow (hazard symbol-adorned) cassette with a nuclear-green case...[ continued ] Hanford Acid- Transuranic Waste

Reighnbeau's Hide is, like its title implies, obscured, secretive, maybe a little shy. Its melodies below the surface, beats pulsing alongside pitch-shifted layers, dozens of distant voices calling out.

Guest vocals throughout by Madeline Johnston of Sister Grotto.

Cover art by Pam Cameron-Snyder. Listen on Bandcamp...[ continued ]

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 ]