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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

A finally crafted thing indeed. A more mature songwriting that I can’t help but liken to Joni Mitchell, in the way the songs have moments of darkness and dischord that resolve so gracefully and how the songs are so catchy but never dumbed down. Some songs lush and bright, some songs rocking and aggressive. An album that is sure to make her fanbase grow across the lands.

Eleanor Murray- Street To Ride

A split between long-running lo-fi heavyweight Orange Cake Mix and some of the artists that love him. Seven songs from OCM, fourteen covers from folks like: A Journey Of Giraffes, Hifi Envelope, Capitano Merletti, William Elmore Wiltshire, The Journals Kept, Tremolo Ghosts, Mud Pie Sun, Tapes & Tubes, Nolan Kurtz.

Released on Why the Tapes Play. Limited-edition CD, 20 copies, hand-numbered, comes with liner-note booklet with essays and interviews...[ continued ]

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

One of the best indie-folk albums of the past decade. From old folk-style ballads to drum-machine cowgirl tales, this album has such good variety, but is completely cohesive. As if Ms. Antipa’s voice and talent wasn’t enough, this album also features guest musicianship by some of our favorites: Olie Eshelman (Corespondents), Shenandoah Davis (Grand Hallway), plus a fabulous duet with Jordan O’Jordan (Polka Dot Dot Dot)...[ continued ] Christina Antipa- Beautiful Place

Last copy! An amazing, surprisingly gorgeous, album of southwestern desert-soaked stoner metal. So good. Could draw some comparisons to recent Earth albums--the feeling of Southern rock albums slowed down, or perhaps what the transcendent dreams of hesher metalhead kids sound like. Comes with a large fold-out newsprint poster and lyric sheet.

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Young Hunter- In My Armor

Eleanor Murray and Pamela Margon combine to play to make 9 gorgeous songs of old time folk fiddle goodness. Five originals and four traditionals, all recorded by Mr. Pat Maley (Yoyo Records, Yoyo a Gogo). Perfect music for a good many occasions.

Tattered Dress- Green Pea

Seven power pop anthems from long-running Australian band, The Cannanes. Sounds like nothing else. Recorded in Olympia in the mid-90s and released on Yoyo Recordings.

The Cannanes- Pillows

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

Corespondents
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Seattle’s Corespondents are a whirlwind. Three superb musicians who span the musical map- from western swing to Bollywood steel and a good many things in between. They have a magical quality of appealing to just about everybody without fitting nicely into a style, often being pretty weird, and not having a singer.

This album is the perfect album for a good many situations- dinner parties, acid trips, movie sequences, road trips, and the like...[ continued ] Corespondents- Demon Mustache