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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 ]

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.

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Power-pop story songs from Portland, OR-based singer-songwriter Jack Lewis. Timid graffiti artists, Neil Young, and the Oxford English Dictionary all make appearances in these 11 tales. A fancy little booklet lies within. Listen on Bandcamp.

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Temporary Sale! Foxdye's first full-length album. 18 tracks that run the electronic musical map--breakcore, ambient, dubstep, happy hardcore, donk, and much much more. Put out by the fine folks at Fukdup Records, so you know it looks good.

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Foxdye- Train Wreckstep

Temporary Sale! The brilliantly-titled Monsters of Meme is 14 tracks of in-your-face, meta-genre, internet-meme-filled, rave-tastic, intricately-chopped-to-pieces breakcore. And, since it’s Foxdye, expect moments of gorgeous ambience and IDM-ish atmospherics in your hardcore. This is yet further proof why she has a fan base that spans continents and why a Foxdye party is always the most fun you can possibly have...[ continued ] Foxdye- Monsters of Meme

A classic early Foxdye EP. Foxdye makes music that makes you spaz out, laugh, and swoon. Hand silk-screened packages, stenciled CD, and the second issue of the Sugar and Heartstrings (excuse me, Ravestrings) zine inside.

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Foxdye- Foxdyechek Collision

Temporary Sale! + Last Two Copies! 

Portland, Oregon’s The Ocean Floor always astounds me. Singer Lane Barrington (Hosannas, Machinedrum) has a voice like no other, the jazzy structures are something you don’t hear much in indie folk, and the songs are written more like playful vignettes than any kind of typical verse-chorus-verse or story-song arrangement. 

The album comes on beautiful moldavite-colored vinyl and features gorgeous art from children’s book artist/cartoonist Johanna Wright...[ continued ] The Ocean Floor- Whats On?

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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Long-running Portland freak-folk band Pelican Ossman returns with their best yet. The Touchstone is a perfectly bizarre record of experimental garage pop with odd rhythms and group sing-alongs. 

Released through Ewe of Now Recordings. On handsome yellow cassettes. Listen on Bandcamp.

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Pelican Ossman- The Touchstone
WAV Fuzz
WVZ $12.00

Skirting the ethereal sidelines of house and techno, Portland's WAV Fuzz makes dreams you can dance to. On WVZ, the first physical release from Portland's Bed of Roses crew, he brings two otherworldly party starters. Remixes from proto-house producer Moon B and the warm analog of Vertical6 on the B-side.

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