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Announcing PZL123: Hush Machine!

Posted by Chris McFarlane on

Today we welcome the debut release from Hush Machine! It's eight tracks of blissful, glassy guitar pop made by Sam Boatright, a 21 year-old Lawrence, KS native who has created music under this moniker for several years; however, he has only just recently started sharing his music with a grander listening audience. These songs were all written and recorded during Boatright’s junior and senior year of high school in 2013 and echo winter nights driving around lonesome as well as muggy summer days, lounging around with friends. Musically, the sound is not unlike the first Strokes record - that is,...

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Announcing PZL122: The Cherries!

Posted by Chris McFarlane on

This week on the Jigsaw label, we're happy to release the second album from the Cherries, a San Francisco quartet (with ex-members of Grandma's Boyfriend, Permanent Collection and the Broonies), and it's a 17-track, 32-minute whirlwind of exciting crash pop! Packed with an array of catchy songs and quirky song fragments that flow into one another, this album is on par with anything by Kleenex Girl Wonder and Guided By Voices (the 4-track years). Check it out here!

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New Salinas Records titles in stock!

Posted by Chris McFarlane on

Just added a bunch of new Salinas Records titles and restocks, including lps from Joyride!, Dyke Drama, Swanning, P.S. Eliot and more... And they're all great! https://jigsaw-records.com/collections/salinas-records

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Latest batch of Reflective Tapes!

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Happy to offer the latest batch of tapes from Reflective Tapes of Olympia, including gems from Taste Wasters, Heavy Pockets and Shane Dupuy, among others! And they're all only five bucks each! https://jigsaw-records.com/collections/reflective-tapes

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Announcing PZL120: Heavenly Creatures!

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The last in a long line of releases this winter is the debut EP from Cleveland's Heavenly Creatures, and it's a lovely five-song gem! Though current, the band sounds like they were plucked from the Harriet Records '90s catalog, wedged in nicely between similarly female-led bands such as Twig, Pest 5000 and Prickly. That is, this EP is full of catchy pop songs with a bit of an edge both musically and lyrically (see the ode to so-called self-help books in "Blah Blah Blah Amen" and the response to guys' backhanded compliments to female musicians in the opening "Unsolicited Advice").  Pick...

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