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A literary American songwriter, Richard Buckner wrestles with the meaning of death.
From Red Red Meat to fatherhood, Califone twist their experiences into fascinating forms.
The Sun City Girls are Seattle's biggest cult band, with 70-odd albums that run the gamut from fascinating to infuriating. They're also changing the face of aural ethnography with their Sublime Frequencies record label. So why haven't you heard of them?
Bored with your stateside musical surroundings? Try these exotic rock gems.
Olympia indie vets get back to bass-ics in Enemymine.
Putting the term 'power trio' in a different context.
Weird spelling and quiet music: the Carissa's Wierd story.
A local rock writer, weaned on punk, wakes up to music fueled by a higher power.
A publisher from the heyday of 'zine culture reemerges with the book-style
A box set celebrates a forgotten incubator of musical activism, Dylan, and a movement.
Atlanta's Dust-to-Digital and Seattle's Sublime Frequencies labels mine lost archives of glorious sound.
Harry Smith's famed anthology gains another volume and offers a parable from our past.
Think you've heard it all? Guess again.
Midwest music and arts collective Destroy All Monsters attacks CoCA.