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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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Corespondents’ fourth album, Land of the Low People, is an album that exists both as a relic of the past and as a time capsule for the future. It's an album of familiar yet disconcerting melodies that draw inspiration from the Wild West and the Far East in equal measure. It defies genre, place, and time.

It's also the catchiest instrumental album I have ever heard. A perfect soundtrack to any situation or occasion...[ continued ] Corespondents- Face Cancellation

Temporary Sale! Sludgy psych-garage rock meets lo-fi folk aesthetics in an epic four song EP.

Listen on Bandcamp.

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Appalachian Yard Art- Hekatonkheires

Seattle's Black Cat Orchestra has recorded with everybody from David Byrne to Mirah, appeared on This American Life, and been a go-to chamber group since 1991. This album has 11 songs that span Italian arias to Turkish rock.

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The Black Cat Orchestra- Escrevi Um Bilhetinho

Seattle noise folk weirdos Appalachian Yard Art mod to early Sebadoh/Sentridoh, generations of psych folk, moments of Natural Snow Buildings. Melding their psych-folk and garage rock sides together effortlessly.

On clear cassettes. Comes with digital download. Listen on Bandcamp.

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Appalachian Yard Art- Gavin

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

In a catalog rich with psych-folk gems, Patina is one of Appalachian Yard Art's best. Strange and playful, the album traverses a broad sonic and emotional range. Highly recommended. 

Listen on Bandcamp.

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Appalachian Yard Art- Copper

The 12 songs on Through Tough Thoughts serve as postcards from the road. Tales of leaving and returning. Small epics about failure and hope-in-the-face-of-adversity. 

Jordan O'Jordan's songwriting has never been more intricate or wise. Lyrical complexity that echoes albums like Joanna Newsom's Have One on Me, Songs: Ohia's The Magnolia Electric Co., and Mirah's Changing Light...[ continued ] Jordan O'Jordan- A Lonely Road

Last two copies! Seattle’s own Shenandoah Davis works her magic on a Paleo song and a Shelby Sifers song. Nothing could be wrong with this. Hand numbered and complete with digital download card.

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Last copy! Cock and Swan's wash of synths and bass heaviness mix with sparse acoustic guitars to create something that is the best of so many genres.

Unrecognize finds them coming out of their lo-fi shell and having beats that blow your mind. Plus hypnotizing story songs and so much more.

This is such a deal, too. Not only do you get one of the best albums of the last few years, but you get it on vinyl and CD (plus two digital download codes!), all for ten bucks...[ continued ] Cock and Swan- One Hundred