Hardly Art has added Hunx & His Punx to the roster. Hunx & his Punx are currently recording their full-length album. A press release explains that the new album was inspired by “the Ronettes, Dion and the Belmonts, Frankie Lymon and the Teenagers, Freddie Mercury, the Cookies, Irma Thomas, the Dixie Cups, Red Cross, the [...]
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Katy Goodman of Vivian Girls/All Saints Day has a solo project called La Sera. La Sera’s Never Come Around 7″ is out November 16 on Hardly Art. Her debut full-length is due sometime in 2011.
Hardly Art has revealed it inked a deal with Austin’s Woven Bones. The label, an offshoot of Sub Pop Records, will release the band’s sophomore album sometime in the middle of 2011.
Hardly Art says, “I am very happy to today inform you that on July 9th of this year Carissa’s Weird will be playing at the Showbox here in Seattle. This will be the band’s first show since 2003, and is their only show currently planned. In addition to principals Mat Brooke and Jenn Ghetto, the [...]
Carissa’s Wierd is making its way back into record stores thanks to the folks at Hardly Art. The Seattle label — the little-sister label to Sub Pop — will bring each of Carissa’s Wierd’s three albums (But Honest, You Should Be at Home Here and Songs About Leaving) out of the deep freeze for a [...]
As if they weren’t busy enough with side label Hardly Art and their thriving Seattle indie rock institution, Sub Pop has announced a new world music label. Next Ambiance sees Sub Pop working with KEXP radio host and world music guru Jon Kertzer to unearth some new sounds. In a press statement, Sub Pop head [...]