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Juston Stens

Former drummer of Dr. Dog plays all the instruments on this homage to all classic forms of rock n roll.

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Karl Blau

Anacortes, WA Island Folk.

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Keith John Adams

Our favorite BBC News Reporter and clever British songsmith...

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Krab Legz

Krab Legz is Dimitri Manos (Golden Boots, Dr Dog, American Monoxide) and Ben Schneider (every band in Tucson). They play songs about seafood.

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LABRYYYNTH

LABRYYYNTH is a side project of Tucson based Golden Boots.

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Lazer Zeppelin

Fuzzy verbed-out noise Country

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Lee "Gull" Baggett

Solo project of Little Wings/'Be Gulls guitarist, Lee Baggett. Disciple of the Neil Young vein of 60's California folk sound.

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Little Birds

Beautiful female-fronted country-pop from Dallas.

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Little Wings

A personal hero of PIAPTK, Little Wings is the freaky folk project of artist Kyle Field. Weird and mesmerizing, simultaneously childlike and wise beyond his years. Absolutely incredible. And damn... what a beard!

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Matt Hopper

Matt Hopper is a singer/songwriter and guitarist for The Roman Candles. He began playing guitar in high school near Hatcher Pass, AK. Hopper maintains a current band in Boise, ID and Anchorage, AK while often using musicians from a diverse variety of music scenes. It would be safe to label Hopper a "north-westerner". Hopper has been performing original songs for over a decade, and has released over 8 albums of original full length and extended play collections of songs on compact disc. He has warmed up stages for artists as diverse as Dr. John, Everclear, Todd Snider, Gin Blossoms, Young Dubliners, Portugal. The Man, Jonathan Tyler & The Northern Lights, Barenaked Ladies, Heartless Bastards, Soledad Brothers and toured with He has toured with Cold War Kids, Kate Earl, Old Believers, The Devil Whale, Drew Grow, Peter Piek, Lucky Fonz III, Dentia Odigie, Kat Jones, Anatomy of a Ghost and many more.

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Meowtain

Co-Ed arty Post-Pop weirdos from Olympia, WA.

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Michael Nau

Michael Nau is the songwriter behind Cotton Jones Basket Ride and Page France.

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Microphones

San Juan islands dwelling doom folk.

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Mike Watt

Michael David "Mike" Watt (born December 20, 1957) is an American bassist, singer and songwriter.

He is best known for co-founding the rock bands Minutemen, Dos, and Firehose; as of 2003, he is also the bassist for the reunited Stooges and a member of the art rock/jazz/punk/improv group Banyan as well as many other post-Minutemen projects.

CMJ New Music called Watt a "seminal post-punk bass player."[2] In November 2008, Watt received the Bass Player Magazine lifetime achievement award, presented by Flea.[3]

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Miniature and Presidential

Olympia, WA via North Texas one-man band. Currently in retirement to focus on running a ltd ed vinyl label.

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Mona Reels

Witty Olympia three part harmony pop.

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Nate Ashley

Portland based songwriter/artist/filmmaker.

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New Science Projects

The only band I've ever worked with based solely on a demo. Weird, spastic, blooze punk from Denton, TX.

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Norfolk and Western

Antique-folk band from Portland who double as M. Ward's backing band.

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PIAPTK

The record label that releases all this stuff.

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Poison Control Center

Super catchy indie pop with backflips and mid-air splits..

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Polka Dot Dot Dot / Jordan O' Jordan

Olympia sweetheart-collective.
The band, comprised of Jordan O’Jordan (Jordan Smith),Twig Palace (Colleen Johnson), and Onyx of Olympia (Onyx Dixon), came together in New Zealand through an un-ironic series of events, culminating in a kind of love-in for playground archeologists seeking the truth at the bottom of music itself. Like the best rounds of jump-rope, like poetry syrup, their voices clicked fast, with sugar in the stirrups. Spindleheart with her sprightly soprano, Onyx and her jaunty sass, and Jordan with his tin-pan croon made kindred spirits in the forest of NZ, and were even known to lead processionals of show-goers down to the banks of local rivers for baptisms by harmony.

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Protest Hill

Solo Project from multi-instrumentalist RFK Heise of System and Station.

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R. Stevie Moore

The godfather of prolific lo-fi pseudo-brit pop. Wikipedia says it best when they say:
"Robert Steven Moore (born January 18, 1952) is an American singer, songwriter, and musician. In addition to having numerous albums released on labels around the world, the prolific Moore has self-released over 400 cassette and CD-R albums since 1968, as well as dozens of home videos, mostly through the R. Stevie Moore Cassette Club, a home-based label. His eclectic work incorporates a variety of musical styles, both popular and experimental. From 1978 to November 2010, Moore lived and recorded in his apartment studios in Montclair, New Jersey, and then Bloomfield, New Jersey,[1] before relocating to his native Nashville in December 2010. He is the oldest son of Bob Moore, veteran Nashville A-Team bassist, producer, and orchestra leader, as well as a longtime sideman for Elvis Presley, Roy Orbison and many others."

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