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It’ll Take Seattle’s KEXP Over 4 Months to Play Every Sub Pop Records Release

Posted March 12, 2018 at 5:08 am

Seminal Seattle-based indie rock imprint, Sub Pop Records, turns thirty-years-old this August. To celebrate the momentus occasion, the city’s left-of-the-dial station KEXP will embark on a “four-month retrospective.” What that means is that DJs will play the label’s approximately 1,200 releases from now through the end of July. The math on that is roughly an […]

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The Afghan Whigs to Unleash ‘Do to the Beast’ This April

Last modified January 30, 2014 at 8:04 pm

Last Friday (January 24), Bob Odenkirk (of Mr. Show and Breaking Bad fame) kind of let the cat outta the bag via Twitter that The Afghan Whigs would indeed be issuing a new album. Best. News. EVER! And this week, Sub Pop confirmed the news that it’ll drop Do to the Beast on April 15—the […]

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Album Review: Washed Out ‘Paracosm’

Last modified August 15, 2013 at 2:09 pm

Listening to Washed Out’s sophomore release is a refreshing success in the chillwave realm.

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Sub Pop Celebrates 25 Years with Space Needle Performance at 3pm [VIDEO]

Posted July 11, 2013 at 2:13 pm

Sub Pop, the label that first brought the world the grunge rock of Nirvana, Soundgarden, and Mudhoney is turning 25 years old. To celebrate the occasion, the classic imprint has put together a weekend of festivities dubbed “Sub Pop’s Silver Jubilee.” They’ve hooked up with listener-powered radio station KEXP, and are kicking off the bash today […]

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