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Last copy + temporary sale! 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

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?

Temporary sale! Power-pop like you've never heard it before. Cello, wurlitzer electric piano, drums, and lush harmonies combine to make uniquely beautiful and addicting songs.

Listen on Bandcamp.

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You Are Plural- Cut Along the Line

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

Listen on Bandcamp...[ continued ]

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

Ant'lrd's Sleep Drive is a dreamy joyride of overblown organs and skewed beats. Long-form pieces that mix ambient-drone aesthetics with a loop-based instrumental electronic shimmer.

Released on Whited Sepulchre Records. On clear vinyl. Mixed and mastered by Odd Nosdam.

Listen on Bandcamp.

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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

Briana Marela's Speak From Your Heart is an amazingly lush album that bridges genres. Gorgeously layered vocals mix with synths and a host of other instruments, creating a sprawling and hypnotizing soundscape. For fans of Colleen, Windy & Carl, and Cock & Swan.

Beautiful packing with digital download code. Listen on Bandcamp...[ continued ] Briana Marela- Forgiveness

A split LP of "not noise, not music, not poetry" from Haunted and Comme À La Radio, two artists pushing boundaries. Spoken word cut-up broken-sound collage. Beauty and mayhem from artists who "approach words as just another sound to accept or reject as they dissolve."

For those who like Gowns, Algebra Suicide, Mutamasik & Morgan Craft, Tapestry, Hecka Ar, Caroline Bergvall.

Limited to only 100 copies! Hand-numbered, classy as hell...[ continued ]

A long-lost 12" EP from the late great City Center. Four woozy, atmospheric, skewed dream-pop tracks. On clear, screen-printed, one-sided vinyl. So gorgeous!

Preview on Quite Scientific. The last few copies from the original 2010 500-copy pressing!

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