Octoberman mp3s

octoberman.jpg
The members of Octoberman hold a secret meeting after burying a few dead bodies in Stanley Park

Vancouver’s Octoberman (Marc Morrissette) will release their second album, Run From Safety, tomorrow the 21st of Augustman. Recommended if you like melodramatic popular song. Check it:

Run From Safety [mp3]
By the Wayside [mp3]

Kinski – Punching Goodbye Out Front

kinski1.jpg
The members of Kinski relax after burying some dead bodies in the woods of northern Washington

Kinski’s new album, Down Below It’s Chaos, will be released August 21st. Here are some words from our bff’s at Sub Pop:

On August 21st, Sub Pop will release the new Kinski album Down Below It’s Chaos on CD and LP (and invisible digital format). If you pre-order the new record by release date, you’ll receive a limited-edition CD-R of a live score the band did in June of this year at the Seattle International Film Festival. Kinski played live accompaniment with the 1927 silent film, “Berlin, Symphony of a City” by Walter Ruttmann at the Triple Door here in Seattle. This CD-R contains a portion of the recordings from their two performances. It’s all live; no overdubs. (And the clinking you hear occasionally is people eating dinner!)

Punching Goodbye Out Front [mp3]

AA Bondy mp3

bondy.jpg
Bondy recorded his new album in a barn where he is also storing some dead bodies

AA Bondy is Scott Bondy formerly of Verbena. His new album American Hearts (Release date: September 18) is dark and sardonic, but not in an annoying/anguished way.

There’s A Reason [mp3]

Imperial Teen – Shim Sham

imperialteen.jpg
Despite being dressed in scrubs, Imperial Teen seem uneasy after sneaking a few dead bodies into the hospital morgue

Imperial Teen has been around for over a decade. After a 5 year sabbatical, they are back in action with a new album due out August 21st.

Shim Sham [mp3]