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Last copy! This album has such amazing energy. Like a way weirder version of Good Luck's Into Lake Griffy. Tight, technical, catchy. Hand silk-screened covers.

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Chin Up, Meriwether!- Howling Underwater

Seattle's Appalachian Yard Art has been building an impressive catalog of lo-fi psych folk oddities over the last few years. Fussy is their most concise and unified effort so far—nine surprising, noisy, and often sublime songs. Minimalist outsider mini-epics.

Released on Antiquated Future Records. Listen on Bandcamp...[ continued ] Appalachian Yard Art- Dogwhistle

Last one + Sale! Mathy, instrumental post punk out of Olympia. Melodic, jangly, and easy to get lost in. Also: awesome drawings by Scott Young and a digital download.

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Chung Antique- Tim

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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Last copy! Fuzzy, fun garage rock from Chicago.

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Noisy and beautiful psych-folk from Seattle. Gloriously hypnotizing. A masterpiece.

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Appalachian Yard Art- From Here to There is Further Than There to Here

Breakcore’s Shitmat and Ladyscraper remix grunge music and put it in flannel. Totally. Awesome. Released on Portland’s Fukdup Records and sewn together by the Disrepair Clothing Project.

Intricate instrumental guitar work from Seattle’s Corespondents. From the days when they took it a little slower. Appearances by Cock and Swan, Shana Cleveland (of The Curious Mystery & La Luz), and more of Seattle’s finest.

Available as just the CD or as a CD + DVD with video work by Doug Arney, Parker Hill, Jason Ryan, and Brian Rosenquist.

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Last one! Orchestral math pop, perhaps? Whatever you name it, these seven songs are an absolutely gorgeous combination of cello, wurlitzer, and voices. The latest project from Ephriam Nagler and Jen Grady (Waxfire, Emily Jane White, Adam Stephens). Beautiful cd artwork by Jason Vivona, to boot.

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You Are Plural- Broken Arrow

Skewed historical dance music from Olympia live-hardware wizard, D.A. Terence. The result of delving into the history of Washington State's Hanford nuclear waste site, Hanford Acid mixes otherworldly acid techno with vocal samples from the wake of Hanford being declared a superfund site.

Released on Portland's Fukdup Records, the album comes on a yellow (hazard symbol-adorned) cassette with a nuclear-green case...[ continued ] Hanford Acid- Transuranic Waste