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Kinski
Accustomed to Your Face

Kinski are a band from Seattle who formed when three members bonded over analog recording in a boozer. The majority of their releases over the years have been on Sub Pop or Kill Rock Stars, so that should offer some clues to their sound - the heavy end of indie rock with a bit of punk thrown in, comfortably mid-fi. Their new album, Accustomed To Your Face takes the gnarly enthusiasm of their early work and rounds off some of the edges with their 20 years together. LP and CD on Kill Rock Stars.
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Heavens To Betsy
These Monsters Are Real


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Lithics
Mating Surfaces

Angles and rhythms aplenty from Portland's Lithics. Second album Mating Surfaces maintains momentum with fast riffs, mobile bass lines and tight drumming. Their rhythmic approach to the overlap between indie and punk is reminiscent of Dutch greats, The Ex. And if you know me that is certainly high praise.
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Horse Feathers
Appreciation

Who knew horses had feathers? How wonderful. Horse Feathers have been going about their quiet business for twelve years or so now and this fifth LP sees the band head towards a new dynamic with a bit of a Northern Soul feel. Justin Ringle's warm, bearded tenor sings of work, love and life. Welcome to the club. 
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Filthy Friends
Invitation

Wearing sunglasses like old people do, this is the latest supergroup featuring Peter Buck (R.E.M) and Scott McCaughey (Young Fresh Fellows/REM). This time they've hooked up with not inconsiderable talents of Corin Tucker (Sleater-Kinney) for some snotty and raucous avant rock. Yup I just heard Buck's trademark jangle behind the angular arrangements. With lots of talent on show (including one of King Crimson) this actually could be good. 
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Cindy Wilson
Change

Cindy Wilson is of course one of the founder members of The B-52s, everyone’s favourite queer-leaning new wave art-pop funtime band. Change finds Cindy changing tack a little, making interesting electro-pop with friends of hers from Athens, Georgia. A bit more subtle and varied than most B-52s material, but still definitely a good time. On Kill Rock Stars.
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Taiwan Housing Project
Veblen Death Mask

Taiwan Housing Project contains Mark Feehan who used to play with Harry Pussy, which should be reason enough for you to pay attention. The other member is Kilynn Lunsford, formerly of Little Claw, and their debut album Veblen Death Mask is a glorious mess of wild experimental rock music. Released by Kill Rock Stars.
  • Vinyl LP (LPKRS619)

Wimps
Suitcase

Wimps are a Seattle-based punk/lo-fi/new wave three-piece who feature vocalist Rachel Ratner from Butts, Matt Nyce from Meth Teeth on Bass and The Intelligence drummer Dave Ramm. Their album, Suitcase has punk attitude, lo-fi scratchiness and the angular nature of new wave. The urgency of the music seems at odds with the lyrics that tell of being happy doing very little and social anxiety.
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Shoplifting
Body Stories


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The Gossip
Movement


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Kinski
7 (Or 8)

LP available on either 12” vinyl or CD on Kill Rock Stars. The title 7(or 8) encapsulates a fair amount of Kinski, with a vast amount of material this is their 7th (or 8th depending on who you ask) LP. Recorded with Phil Manley of Trans Am, its a fuzzy, broken tube amped rock riffed slab of simple catharsis. Three chord wonder rock.
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Bratmobile
Pottymouth

Kill Rock Stars drag Bratmobile’s riot grrrl thrash back into print. Their debut delivers all the shouted vocals and two minute garage punk drones you’d hope for with titles such as ‘Stab’ and ‘Fuck Yr Fans’. Great sneering and insightful lyrics too, not that they care what I think....I don’t know what to make of the pink vinyl.
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Hands
Synesthesia


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The Corin Tucker Band
Kill My Blues

While Sleater-Kinney took their decade long sabbatical (that's like a tenure of sabbatical), front-woman Corin Tucker formed the self-explanatory Corin Tucker Band. After releasing the triumphant 1,000 Years they returned for Kill My Blues, a record in which Tucker revisited her punk rock obsessions. With ex-members of Unwound and Stephen Malkmus' band by her side, Tucker had indie rock fire to play with.
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Horse Feathers
Cynic's New Year

It's the usual folk toy story of magical banjos and fiddles and acoustic guitars, each instrument used more pastoral than the last, each adding to the fond feeling of rurality Horse Feathers have become obsessed with. Cynic's New Year shows the band as deft as ever at their genre revisionism, though they ornament these sounds with woodwind and brass this time, beautifying further their heart-breaking, old-fashioned sounds.
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Forbidden Friends
Totally Low


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Various (Melvins, Nirvana, Nation of Ulysses etc.)
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Forbidden Friends
Tiny Hands


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Sleater-Kinney
Dig Me Out

This is not the Kinks. As evident in the artwork, Sleater-Kinney's third record, 'Dig Me Out', takes its influence less from the raucous underbelly of punk rock and more from the traditions of rock 'n' roll. That said, it's still what you'd call punk rock: full of the same fury and lyrical bite, but with "woah oh oh!"s and pop hooks. 
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The Thermals
Personal Life


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Kathleen Hanna / Slim Moon
Mean / Rock Star


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Stacey Levine / Peter Toliver
Sweethearts / Wad / Load


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The Cribs/ The Thermals
Split


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The Thermals/ Thao
Split


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Wooden Wand & The Sky High Band
Second Attention


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Panther
Entropy


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The Old Haunts
Poisonous Times


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Panther
14kt. God


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These Monsters Are Real
Me &; Her


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They Shoot Horses Don't They
Pick Up Sticks


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They Shoot Horses Don't They
Boo Hoo


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Two Ton Boa
Parasiticide


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Anna Oxygen
This Is An Exercise


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Unwound
New Plastic Ideas

New Plastic Ideas was the third album by Olympia, Washington’s post-hardcore noise-rockers Unwound. It was originally released in 1994 on the classic Kill Rock Stars label. The guitar-bass-drums soar with hair-raising speed and indefatigable pounding all served up at the odd angles that were de rigueur back in them there ‘90s. Reissue LP on Numero Group.
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