A stunning visual to accompany Gyasi Ross and his homage to “Winona LaDuke”, from his album Isskootsik (Before Here Was Here) [KLP257]. “Teach me.” The Gyasi Ross album Isskootsik (Before Here Was Here) [KLp257] is available now from the K Mail Order Dept.
Last month The Crabs went back to the Unknown studio in Anacortes, WA and made some noise, the way only they can do! Sleep is a three song EP from the new expanded Crabs line-up featuring original members Lisa Jackson and Jonn Lunsford with Vince on drums, percussion and Zinnia, keyboards. Three songs that pack […]
Thee XNTRX has a heavy presence at the 2015 Northwest Folklife Festival this weekend! The All Your Friend’s Friends [KLP255] road show lands Sunday, May 24 at the EMP Sky Church at the Seattle Center, preceded by a screening of the All Your Friend’s Friends documentary film at SIFF Film Center. Thee XNTRX is a […]
Roller rink imagery shot at Olympia’s Skateland accompanies the first blast from the Trans FX album Into the Blu [KLP259].
Can you dig it? Olympia, WA is the place. Wild screaming teenage rock’n’roll is the medium. Phonograph records are the vessel. The K Phono Safari: Underground ’90s Olympia is the super-groovy pak of musics made to rile the savage breast. What follows are a stack of K albums from the ’90s that originate in the […]
Each Artswalk Dub Narcotic invites a local artist do a sound installation in the studio this Spring we chose Melanie Valera AKA Tender Forever. She transformed the space with her piece, “The Leftovers” Only two people were allowed in at a time to interact with the work. In the chaos of Friday night Artswalk […]
From the Angelo Spencer et les Hauts Sommets album Love in the Morning [KLP256], “Melatonin and Weed”. This video features animation by director Emilio Esteban. The Angelo Spencer et les Hauts Sommets album Love in the Morning [KLP256] is available now from the K Mail Order Dept.
The Sub Pop U.S.A. road show is heading east! Bruce Pavitt recently bundled his Subterranean Pop fanzines from 1980-’83 with his Sub Pop U.S.A. columns for Seattle’s The Rocket magazine and published them in book form as Sub Pop U.S.A. the Subterranean Pop music Anthology 1980-1988 (Bazillion Points). it’s a lively read through the musical […]
To you, it was just another Record Store Day. To us, it was a magical dream come true! Last Saturday Easy Street Records hosted a ver special Record Store Day event at their West Seattle store to celebrate the release of the Sonics new album This Is the Sonics. The Sonics are Tacoma, Washington true […]
Stunning words and imagery concerning native fishing rights in the Pacific Northwest and the on-going, never-ending battle to preserve those fish and those rights. “Marlon Brando” is the first video from Isskootsik (Before Here Was Here) [KLP257] by Gyasi Ross and features traditional Native American music by Sacred Water. The Gyasi Ross album Isskootsik (Before Here […]