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Long-running Olympia garage-pop band Margy Pepper is a powerhouse. Unstoppable. And Golden Webs is their masterpiece. Songs that are hard-hitting while still being infectiously catchy, inspirational without being soft. And they worked for this album - it's self-released, has hand screen-printed album covers, and comes with a Margy Pepper poster and sticker inside!

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Transcendent lo-fi garage punk from Meadowcreek, Arkansas duo Quartz Prawl.

Released on Athletic Tapes. Listen on Bandcamp.

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A full-throttle pop-punk supergroup that combines the songwriting talents of Erica Freas (RVIVR) and David Combs (Spoonboy, Max Levine Ensemble) to create an album to help you get through the day.

Listen on Bandcamp.

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Temporary sale! An epic debut from Tacoma/Seattle band Ire Adrift. Doom metal meets crust punk in an album that is huge and powerful.

Neely Bat Chestnut (from Mend My Dress) is the voice behind this band. Cover art by Julia Gfrörer (Black is the Color, Flesh and Bone) and the first release on Mend My Dress Press Records!

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Last copy! Members of this band have played in Jawbreaker, Chin Up Meriwether, Hail Seizures, Doomhawk, Latterman, and The Pharmacy. Together, they make pop-infused hardcore with a fair amount of weird thrown in…you won’t be disappointed.

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Mutoid Men- Wizard Sits

This band is everybody’s favorite…and with good reason. They draw on traditions while also having a lot of fun within those traditions, making some really interesting music without losing their energy. With covers hand silk-screened by the band themselves. Each 7” also comes with their seven song Panic Attack CD inside! What a deal.

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Agatha- Undefined

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

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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Sharkpact
Run $12.00

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

Temporary sale! Awesomely heavy punk, in a very Northwest way. It reminds me a lot of the pre-grunge late '80s/early '90s Seattle scene, where a ton of different influences were put into one to create something great and not easy to put in a box.

Hand-screened covers. (Plus you get a drawing of the band riding a musk ox on the flipside of the lyric sheet.)

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Dogjaw- Time