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Low Oriole hailed originally from Hutchinson, KS, and was, for most of their career, a two-piece comprised of Skyler Marshall on guitar (and occasional vocals) and Jackson Graham on drums.  They were, and still remain, the most exciting and energetic math rock band I've ever seen in my life.  Their songwriting was always fantastic - sudden changes, complex exchanges and all at ridiculous speeds. Plus, these guys had a style of playing that was at once completely self-made, and also competitively excellent musically.  I really love this release - recorded by the talented Paul Anop (The Empress, Necropanther) live at Kirby's Beer Store, it is, in my opinion, a portrait of a excellent band at their very peak - with the final addition of Phil Ross on bass during their last year or so perfoming, they achieved something so clearly original that I know we'll never quite see another band like them.  This cassette has been sold out for years, but I hope to have it restocked again in 2020.

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current and upcoming releases for your ears to hear
C L E M E   ' W O N T S '

CLEME's newest album is a masterpiece in exploration - there's a lot of new ideas that come together in interesting ways on this album, and not all of them seem planned out.  In a lot of ways, this album feels like a surprise - one that you discover along with the artist as you listen.  "Magink" kicks off the album, and you'll immediately know what I mean when you hear it.

N O T  C O P S   ' L T E T R '

NOT COPS has spent about two years on this album, through lineup changes and lots of live performing, and they finally carved out the time to finish their debut LP and make it available.  It's out now on cassette, and will be available on CD and LP in the springtime.  Jam it for free now!

M A R R I C E  A N T H O N Y  ' N I M B U S  3 ' 

MARRICE ANTHONY is a mastermind, and NIMBUS 3 is no exception - from beginning to end, it's consistent and real hip-hop from one of today's most prolific and talented MCs.  It's the best production he's ever put forward, and without a doubt his finest release to date.  Listen to the entire album above, and grab a cassette before they're sold out!