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Before her Polyvinyl pop gem, Quit The Curse, there was Party: the Beach Boys' Party-inspired solo debut from Anna Burch (Failed Flowers, Frontier Ruckus). 

Released on Life Like.

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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

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?

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

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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Last copy! Lo-fi folk-pop gems from Joshua Redman of Watercolor Paintings.

Listen on Bandcamp.

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Cave Babies- Stuff (Xanadu Song)

A split release from Murder City Devils' frontman Spencer Moody and Little Stray, the solo project of Rabbits to Riches' guitarist Chris Baldys. Two sides of smart, intimate bedroom folk in handsome handmade packaging. Comes with a mini-zine of lyrics and words from each songwriter. 

The first release from This & That Tapes, the new label from the folks at Displaced Snail Publications...[ continued ]

​Last copy! A split between Spain's Static Savant and Hungary's Black Hill. Folky post-rock instrumentals, bedroom folk, and some unforeseen surprises.

A clear cassette in a jewelry pouch with a gorgeous insert (pictured). Limited edition of 30 copies. Another winner from Why the Tapes Play.

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Addicting bedroom-pop for happy-sad Sundays.

Released on Athletic Tapes. Listen on Bandcamp.

 

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Polka Dot Dot Dot's Syzygy is a classic of Northwest folk-pop, which we're overjoyed to be carrying on vinyl for the first time. Harps and hand-claps and harmonies, and the combined songwriting genius of Colleen Johnson (Flying Circles), Jordan O'Jordan, and Onyx of Olympia.

In a gorgeously printed sleeve, with poster and lyric sheet. On turquoise vinyl.

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Polka Dot Dot Dot- Nautilus Teef