Music

As it says on the back flap: This is a breakup album. Lo-fi folk from Jessica Risker to swear off the past to.

Released on Athletic Tapes. Listen on Bandcamp.

 

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Led by Mac Pogue from Alien Boy and In Flux, Perfume-V nods to Superchunk, Crayon, and Treepeople. Infectious lo-fi power pop out of Portland.

Released on Reflective Tapes. Listen on Bandcamp.

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A reissue of this lost, barely-released 1997 album by The High Beams. Daydream is underwater lo-fi dream pop for guitar and drum machine.

Released by Why the Tapes Play.

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Sale! On Feel Gud Tunes, Seattle (by way of Athens) duo Appalachian Yard Art throw the folk out of their psych and prove themselves masters of the space jam.

Listen on Bandcamp.

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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

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

Listen on Bandcamp.

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

The first full-length from The Washboard Abs. Gorgeous, textural bedroom pop from Olympia, Washington. The beginning of something great.

Limited-edition second printing of 100 clear-shelled cassettes. With cardstock covers printed by Eberhardt Press. Released on Antiquated Future Records. Listen on Bandcamp...[ continued ] The Washboard Abs- Something New

Sale! Transcendent lo-fi garage punk from Meadowcreek, Arkansas duo Quartz Prawl.

Released on Athletic Tapes. Listen on Bandcamp.

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A moon-obsessed split tape from Joe Jack Talcum (AKA- Joseph Genaro of The Dead Milkmen!!!) and Gravey Train (Joseph Carlough of Displaced Snail Publications). Bedroom folk and lo-fi gems from these two fine Philadelphia musicians.

The split is made up of the Over the Moon EP by Joe Jack Talcum, and the The Appalachian Moon Man Sings Again EP by Gravey Train. Released on This & That Tapes...[ continued ]

Tucker Theodore's debut, To Make the Sun Hurt, established a cultish following for the reclusive Olympia songwriter and soundscape artist. On his latest, 2017's Lady Hope, he takes his sound experiments even further. A psych-folk epic, Lady Hope is a wild hour-long ride through inner darkness and personal mythology.

With appearances from Allen Karpinski (The Six Parts Seven) and Madeline Johnston (Sister Grotto, Midwife)...[ continued ] Tucker Theodore- Skin