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  • Sleater Kinney – The Hot Rock
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    What our staff has to say: “Perhaps my favorite band, and this record as one of my favorite albums, period. Truly one of the great indie rock records of the […]

  • Bully – Losing
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    While Bully’s 2015 debut Feels Like tumbled headlong into the precarious nature of Alicia Bognanno’s young adult life, its follow-up Losing is their first for Sub Pop (which in many […]

  • Afghan Whigs – Congregation
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    1992’s Congregation, The Afghan Whigs’ third album, finds the Whigs’ soul and psychedelic influences shining through, and helped define the band’s sound for years to come. Until now, Congregation [...]

  • Weyes Blood – Titanic Rising
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    What our staff has to say: “One of my favorite records of recent years. These songs have intertwined with the lives of me and my friends, accompanying long drives on […]

  • Orville Peck – Pony
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    Combining the lulling ambiance of shoegaze with the iconic melodies and vocal prowess of classic American country music, outlaw cowboy, Orville Peck croons about love and loss from the badlands [...]

  • Beach House – 7
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    7 is our 7th full-length record. At its release, we will have been a band for over 13 years. We have now written and released a total of 77 songs together. […]

  • Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever – French Press
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    In early 2016, the release of Talk Tight put Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever on the map with glowing reviews from SPIN, Stereogum, and Pitchfork, praising them as stand-outs even among […]

  • Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever – Endless Rooms
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    While initial ideas for Endless Rooms were traded online during long spells spent separated by Australia’s strict lockdowns, the album was truly born during small windows of freedom in which […]

  • Iron & Wine – Weed Garden
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    Iron & Wine follow up their 2018 Grammy-nominated full-length Beast Epic with Weed Garden, a collection of material that began about three years ago. The six-song EP features songs that were [...]

  • Chad VanGaalen – Infiniheart
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    Cultivating a singularly unique voice in the world of songwriting and composition is a difficult prospect for all but the most naturally gifted of artists, and Calgary-based songwriter Chad [...]

  • Father John Misty – Fear Fun
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    When discussing ‘Father John Misty’, Tillman paraphrases Philip Roth: ’It’s all of me and none of me, if you can’t see that, you won’t get it’. What I call it […]

  • Nirvana – Bleach
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    Continuing our legacy of reminding people Nirvana had a record before Nevermind, on November 22, 2011 Sub Pop Records presents a non-deluxe, affordably-priced, single-LP version of Bleach, [...]

  • Earth – Phase 3
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    Phase 3: Thrones and Dominions is the second full-length studio album by the drone band Earth.

  • Father John Misty – Chloe & The Next 20th Century (Colored Vinyl)
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    Father John Misty returns with Chloë and The Next 20th Century, his fifth album and first new material since the release of God’s Favorite Customer in 2018. Chloë and the […]

  • Father John Misty – Chloe & The Next 20th Century
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    Father John Misty returns with Chloë and The Next 20th Century, his fifth album and first new material since the release of God’s Favorite Customer in 2018. Chloë and the […]

  • Red House Painters – Old Ramon
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    Originally recorded in ‘97 and ’98, Old Ramon is the first new Red House Painters release since 1996’s Songs for a Blue Guitar. This is a very big deal. In […]

  • Beach House – B Sides and Rarities
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    This compilation contains every song Beach House – aka Alex Scally and Victoria Legrand – has made that does not exist on one of their albums. The band explains: When […]

  • Father John Misty – Gods Favorite Customer
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    Written largely in New York between Summer 2016 and Winter 2017, Josh Tillman’s fourth Father John Misty LP, God’s Favorite Customer, reflects on the experience of being caught between the […]

  • Father John Misty – Pure Comedy
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    Pure Comedy, Father John Misty’s third album, is a complex, often-sardonic, and, equally often, touching meditation on the confounding folly of modern humanity. Father John Misty is the [...]

  • Chai – Wink (Colored Vinyl)
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    Since breaking out in 2018, CHAI have been associated with explosive joy. At their live shows, the Japanese four-piece of identical twins MANA (lead vocals and keys) and KANA (guitar), […]

  • Chad VanGaalen ‎– Light Information
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    Nobody cared about their old heads, because the new ones work just fine now, don’t they?…. they have the same size mouth and eyes. The song “Old Heads” is a […]

  • Iron & Wine – Beast Epic
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    “I must confess that I’ve always shied away from album introductions citing the usual “dancing to architecture” cop out. Speaking to their own work is uncomfortable for many [...]

  • Hot Snakes – Suicide Invoice
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    San Diego’s influential post-hardcore all-stars Hot Snakes – boasting members of Pitchfork, Rocket From the Crypt, Drive Like Jehu, Earthless, Obits, Burning Brides, OFF!, The Delta 72, and more [...]

  • Metz – Automat
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    METZ, our own widely-adored and delightfully noisy 3-piece punk band from Toronto (ON, CANADA), have been laying waste to stages around the globe for over 10 years. During that tumultuous […]

  • Band Of Horses ‎– Everything All The Time
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    Achieving musical transcendence is a tricky feat, almost definitively. If it happens at all, it happens naturally — and perhaps nobody knows that better than Seattle, Washington’s Band of Horses. [...]

  • Flock Of Dimes – Head Of Roses
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    On her second full-length record, Head of Roses, Jenn Wasner follows a winding thread of intuition into the unknown and into healing, led by gut feelings and the near-spiritual experience […]

  • Mudhoney – Digital Garbage
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    Since the late ’80s, Mudhoney – the Seattle-based foursome whose muck-crusted version of rock, shot through with caustic wit and battened down by a ferocious low end – has been […]

  • Metz – Strange Peace
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    Since releasing their self-titled debut record in 2012, which The New Yorker called, “One of the year’s best albums…a punishing, noisy, exhilarating thing,” the Toronto-based 3-piece METZ [...]

  • So Pitted – Neo
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    Nathan Rodriguez, of Seattle’s So Pitted, is referring to a viral clip of a surfer, standing on the shore in front of mountainous morning waves, relaying to a reporter the […]

  • Mudhoney ‎– Since We’ve Become Translucent
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    Hey! A new Mudhoney record! On Sub Pop! And we couldn’t be happier. As Matt Lukin remains retired, there’s a new face on the bass: Mr. Guy Maddison (formerly of […]

  • Earth ‎– Pentastar: In The Style Of Demons
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    Pentastar: In the Style of Demons is the third full-length studio album by the drone doom band Earth, released in 1996. It has a more rock-oriented sound than their earlier […]

  • Wolf Parade – Thin Mind
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    Every moment spent gazing at our screens is oversaturated with content, an ever-accelerated news cycle conditioning our ever-decreasing attention spans. The struggle to stay present, and to [...]

  • Ugly Casanova – Sharpen Your Teeth
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    The highly anticipated first full-length from Modest Mouse singer/guitarist Isaac Brock. On Sharpen Your Teeth, Mr. Brock is ably aided and abetted throughout by the enigmatic John Orth, as well [...]

  • TV Priest – Uppers
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    It’s tempting to think that you have all the answers, screaming your gospel every day with certainty and anger. Life isn’t quite like that though, and the debut album from […]

  • The Shins – Chutes Too Narrow
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    The Shin’s debut full-length, 2001’s Oh, Inverted World, was a stunner; resoundingly well-received and landing itself on numerous year-end best-of-lists. MOJO placed it at #14 of the year and [...]

  • Tad – God’s Balls (Deluxe Edition)
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    TAD was a mighty force in the late-‘80s/early-‘90s Seattle scene. Their heavy, churning rock/metal/punk buzz was a crucial part of Sub Pop’s early years, and, along with peers like Mudhoney, […]

  • Sleater-Kinney – Call The Doctor
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    Sleater-Kinney was an acclaimed, American rock band that formed in Olympia, Washington in 1994. The band’s core lineup consisted of Corin Tucker (vocals and guitar), Carrie Brownstein [...]

  • Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever – Sideways To New Italy
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    After enough time away from home, even the familiar starts to feel foreign. For guitar-pop five-piece Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever, returning to Melbourne after long stretches looking out at [...]

  • Pissed Jeans – Why Love Now
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    Pissed Jeans have been making gnarly noise for 13 years, and on their fifth album, Why Love Now, the male-fronted quartet is taking aim at the mundane discomforts of modern […]

  • Mudhoney – Every Good Boy Deserves Fudge (30th Anniversary Deluxe Colored Vinyl)
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    By going back to basics with Every Good Boy Deserves Fudge, Mudhoney flipped conventional wisdom. Not for the first time – or the last – they would be vindicated. A […]

  • Morgan Delt – Phase Zero
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    The invocation of classic west coast psychedelia that permeates Morgan Delt’s Sub Pop debut LP feels like a continuous sunrise, never concealing its influences yet perfectly putting its [...]

  • Moaning – Uneasy Laughter (Loser Edition – Colored Vinyl)
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    What happens when an abrasive rock trio trades guitars for synths, cranks up the beats and leans into the everyday anxieties of simply being a functioning human in the 21st […]

  • Man Man – Dream Hunting In the Valley Of the In-between Losers
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    Honus Honus (aka Ryan Kattner) has devoted his career to exploring the uncertainty between life’s extremes: beauty and ugliness, order and chaos. The songs on Dream Hunting in the Valley […]

  • Low – C’mon
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    C’mon is the shortest title of any Low album, which seems fitting, as it also ranks among the most succinct and straightforward entries in their variegated discography. Singer-guitarist Alan [...]

  • Green River – Dry As A Bone
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    The story of Seattle’s rise to global rock supremacy in the late ’80s and early ’90s begins with Green River. Made up of Jeff Ament (bass), Mark Arm (guitar/vocals), Bruce […]

  • Green River – Rehab Doll
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    The story of Seattle’s rise to global rock supremacy in the late ’80s and early ’90s begins with Green River. Made up of Jeff Ament (bass), Mark Arm (guitar/vocals), Bruce […]

  • Clipping. ‎– There Existed An Addiction To Blood
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    The science-fiction visionary Octavia Butler once declared that “there is nothing new under the sun, but there are new suns.” The aphorism could apply to any art form where the […]

  • Chad VanGaalen ‎– World’s Most Stressed Out Gardener (Colored Vinyl)
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    2020 was a terrible year for gardening. It was terrible for peppers, it was terrible for tomatoes, it was terrible for the condition of the soul. But Chad VanGaalen somehow […]