dylanmunicipal:

“It Was Hot, We Stayed in the Water sheet music” The Microphones - K records - (2000)

dylanmunicipal:

It Was Hot, We Stayed in the Water sheet music” The Microphones - K records - (2000)

krecs:

Didja hear the news?  We have vinyl represses of The Halo Benders’ God Don’t Make No Junk!!  Find ‘em in the shop!

krecs:

Didja hear the news?  We have vinyl represses of The Halo Benders’ God Don’t Make No Junk!!  Find ‘em in the shop!

Kathleen Hanna, singer: Tobi was walking by a coffee shop and someone said she was “the girl from the Go Team.” It was the first time I realized I could maybe make music too, ‘cause there she was just walking down the street.

"If you want to hear recent albums from current roster figures like Chain & the Gang or Ruby Fray, or want to dip into the past via streams of Beat Happening or Mecca Normal, click a release that piques your interest and start streaming.”

krecs:

itwasyoufredo:

K records sticker in Cabin in the Woods (Taken with Instagram)

#josswhedonflattery

krecs:

itwasyoufredo:

K records sticker in Cabin in the Woods (Taken with Instagram)

#josswhedonflattery

brettbotting:

“K Records”, 2012
A tribute to my favorite record label.

brettbotting:

“K Records”, 2012

A tribute to my favorite record label.

thesecondtimeasfarce:

krecs:

Beat Happening and Halo Benders test pressings!!!!

All I have to say is
About damn time
I was just overhearing the guy at rainy day records the other day complaining about how every beat happening album has been out of print on vinyl since forever

thesecondtimeasfarce:

krecs:

Beat Happening and Halo Benders test pressings!!!!

All I have to say is

About damn time

I was just overhearing the guy at rainy day records the other day complaining about how every beat happening album has been out of print on vinyl since forever

Mt. Eerie for Self-Titled Magazine

kjphotos:


I had the pleasure of shooting Phil Elevrum (Mt. Eerie) for Self-Titled Magazines new amazing issue. For this spread they had Phil talk about his two new records breaking them down track by track. I have been a longtime fan of Phil’s music projects (The Microphones/Mt. Eerie) and working with him is is great. For this shoot we took a walk around my own neighborhood in the central district of Seattle, WA.



(Chris) I was thinking about this when reading the book, and this might be a bit hyperbolic, but (Corin Tucker’s first band) Heavens to Betsy played their very first show at the International Pop Underground and if that didn’t happen, my very favorite band (Sleater-Kinney) might not have existed.”

“(Mark) Yeah, that Love Rock Revolution Girl Style Now night changed everything. There are plenty of other moments within the story that changed a lot of people’s lives, but that story in particular is really notable.

An excerpt from  Chris Burlingame’s interview with Mark Baumgarten, author of Love Rock Revolution, K Records and the Rise Of Independent Music. 

http://www.anotherrainysaturday.com/2012/07/talking-about-love-rock-revolution-and-the-history-k-records-with-author-mark-baumgarten/

(via krecs)

This fall, Bikini Kill Records will reissue the band’s 1992 self-titled EP. The label also plans to release Bikini Kill’s original demo tape, which includes previously unreleased material. The band is sifting through their archives to find other rare/unreleased tracks, zines, live takes, photographs, practice tapes, films, videos, flyers, and more, which they plans to share and release via Bikini Kill Records.
via Pitchfork