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Anthony Mudrick

Salem, Oregon multi-instrumentalist, singer and songwriter Anthony Mudrick released his TDRCO debut album Lava Party in 2017. A new single, "Footprints", followed in 2019.

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Chance Wiesner

Salem, Oregon's Chance Wiesner is a talented singer and creative songwriter with a flexible, oft-versatile vocal presence which meanders in tone and vibrato from dust-covered Leonard Cohen swagger, to world-weary country lilt, to rainbow-hued Golden Gate Park folk fallout. His debut album Takin' a Chance on Love was released May 4, 2013, and his sophomore solo effort More Sauce For The Lady dropped on Halloween 2019.

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Good & Cool

A joint side project of TDRCo stalwarts Mo Douglas and Prince Joely, Good & Cool has proven themselves capable of seamlessly hopping genres in favor of laying down a solid groove with self-assured efficiency.

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Human Shaped Earth

Human Shaped Earth is a dream-pop project helmed by Salem, Oregon songwriter Bryan Mudrick. There's three singles out on TDRCO, and another three tunes can be found on label compilation CDs.

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Mariya May

A prolific singer, songwriter, and collaborator, Portland-based Mariya May's presence can be found all over numerous projects across the TDRCo back catalogue, in addition to her solo predilections towards penning intimate, sprawling, and dramatic indie-folk. With the playful, hummable, and at times wistfully melancholic Kiki & Mel's Drive-Time Circus, May adds yet another feather to her cap and another album to her steadily growing canon that's sure to be a shaft of sunlight through your winter window.

Paying homage to a wide variety of influences, May's songcraft is unique and textured, gently referencing while remaining a sound apart from just about anything else you may have happened across. Holding it together is her top-shelf voice, which she deftly stretches from soft, sweet, and mellow, to dramatic, full-bodied, and soulful. And lucky for you dear listener, May's vocal presence is the anchoring point for Kiki & Mel's Drive-Time Circus, doing some serious work on finely-produced covers like "Pack Up Your Sorrows" (Mimi and Richard Fariña), "New House of The Pope" (Frank Black and the Catholics), and "Nearly Lost My Mind" (from TDRCo labelmate Ryan Massad), nestled alongside well-crafted originals like "On Your Heels", "Oh No! Oh No! Oh No!", and the 2020-apt "Christmas at Broken Hearts Inn". Throughout, May's inner muse shines bright, and you'll be finding yourself wanting to give this one a second listen before heading out to dive further into her extended catalogue of quality releases. (Reed Burnam)

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Mo Douglas

Mo Douglas does it again, cooking up the groovy instrumental jams and bestowing upon our ears the best recipes for love, all on dog-eared pages fresh from your mama’s favorite magazines. Mo’s perfectly imperfect concoctions are hand-crafted to bring a smile to your face and open up your mind - psych, funk, soul, dub, jazz, garage rock, but most important of all a perpetual groove - swirling throughout the record as the flavors mingle.

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Mo Meets Mongoose

Ambient-funk side project of Thomas Mudrick (aka Mongoose Thompson) and Mo Douglas

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Nodding Tree Remedies

Salem, Oregon area band Nodding Tree Remedies has a magic bag of sounds emanating from all four corners of the past four or five decades of the psych-pop underground. The often large live group has many moving parts, a rotating cast of characters that come and go with the whims of the ocean tides, and like an amoeba, the ensemble constantly changes shape, picking up particles of sound as it moves along. Their albums Ultra Violet Tots and The 45th Parallel are out now on TDRCO. Best to lay back and enjoy the ride, and keep your hands and arms safely inside the windows of the Magic Bus.

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Prince Joely

Portland, Oregon musician and producer Prince Joely (Joel Rasmussen) released his debut solo album Future Smells early in 2019. Rasmussen has also co-produced albums like Lonely Melting Iceberg by The Red Channels, and We Got a Lot of Love by What in Your Heart Can Put You in a Trance, and he's appeared as a session player on recordings by TDRCO label-mates.

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Reed Burnam

Reed Burnam is a multi-instrumentalist songwriter and solo artist currently involved in numerous working bands (Khali Haat, Ouiness, Many Birthdays). Originally from East Texas, Reed has been in Austin for nearly 20 years, with short stints living in Southern California and Northern India. Reed is also a writer and certified permaculture consultant. His solo album Another Switchback was his 2017 TDRCO debut, and the single "Collected Summer" followed later that year. 2020 saw the release of his second album for the label (Universal Axis), and a new single "Funeral Selfie" arrived in April 2021.

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Ryan Massad

Ryan Massad is an artist, graphic designer, and multi-instrumentalist singer-songwriter from Portland, Oregon. His debut album Alone & Overdressed came out in 2017, and its follow-up Weekend Room was released March 13, 2020.

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Silvertron Youth Choir

Silvertron Youth Choir isn’t short on inanity, assembling what could at times be described as children’s music made for (and seemingly by) mightily stoned adults; a pinwheeling, day- tripping, hipping and hopping, skipping and jumping ramble through the worm hole into a range of delightfully visual and guffaw-inducing ditties tackling all manner of subjects, such as: pies made of whiskey and bacon, soda pop downloading computer programs for rednecks, water spider birds on the tundra, philosophical mayonnaise, peanut butter trains, cosmic hybrid creatures riding forklifts, pamplemooses, and, as a lyrical coup-de-grace of sorts, Justin Bieber mounted triumphantly atop a giant rodent. (Reed Burnam)

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Step Into The Kitchen

It's unusual to discover an album wherein all the tracks hold together so well that you find yourself under a kind of spell for its duration. "Sounding Lovely!" by Step Into The Kitchen kicks off with Mariya May's beautiful harmonic Oooh's and then drops the listener into a melodic groove that may have you dancing before making way for a dreamy horn blasting in from another dimension, reminding one of filmmaker/composer Mike Figgis. Trance-inducing, wildly spontaneous, and dusted with cosmic pixie dust, "Sounding Lovely!" is tribal and wild and Joyous and reverb-y - an enormous success in mood exhalation and world-creation. "Sounding Lovely!" provides Maximum engagement for the senses, and in the end you're like "No! Don't go away..." (Robert G. Nelson)

"Sounding Lovely!" by otherworldly Portland collective Step Into The Kitchen - a perception-altering adventure, not to be taken lightly. Groovy, head-nodding sonic harmonia is underpinned by a seamless mixture of dub, R&B, and psychedelic haze that drips off every track. "Sounding Lovely!" conjures a euphoric glow with its ethereal vocal layers and vibrant instrumentation. Elements of jazz, dub and funk are interwoven by multi-instrumentalist Mo Douglas and tenor saxophonist Peter QB - a fine ceviche of sound. Singer Mariya May serves up rhythmic vocal incantation and mellow flute lines to induce a dreamy nod to exotic locales just beyond recognition. (Bruchman/Burnam/Mineo)

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Thomas Mudrick

Thomas Mudrick is the real deal: talented, unique of vision, and able to go the distance. Mudrick has certainly got a swelling back catalogue to contend with, and his zany tongue in cheek lyrics are interspersed with more introspective moments that strike a zen balance of goofiness and world-weary wisdom. To suggest that Mudrick refuses to be boxed in to any rote and well-trod genres or categories should be pretty well established at this point for anyone paying attention, but new listener be warned: the musical temperature can change pretty quick ‘round these here parts, so keep yer listening ears on and enjoy the ride.

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Tobias Berblinger

Portland-based troubadour Tobias Berblinger presents the vinyl reissue of his 2018 album The Luckiest Hippie Alive, releasing on October 6th, 2022.

The Luckiest Hippie Alive delivers a comforting range of country and folk nostalgia, recalling the likes of Gram Parsons, Townes Van Zandt, and Blaze Foley. Opener “My Boots Have Been Drinking” entrances with hazy pedal steel and a swooning vocal duet, setting the album in motion with a sunset-friendly allure.

Twangy, heartfelt introspection and a suave cosmic country drive persist throughout the release. Further energy is conveyed on breezy rock/folk infusions like “Blade of Grass” and the title track, which exudes a playful duet emitting themes of perseverance: “When I’m falling off my horse, there’s another one to carry me.”

In addition to his work as a solo artist, Berblinger plays with other Portland-based artists, performing bass for apocalyptic folk band Roselit Bone and keyboards for singer/songwriter Kassi Valazza. He is also an engineer at Singing Sands Recording Studio, and performs as a live DJ throughout Portland, hosting genre-themed nights such as "Dark Mansion of Forbidden Love," "Death Trip," "Black Acid," and more. Additionally, Berblinger is a professional graphic designer and illustrator.

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What in Your Heart Can Put You in a Trance

A band that utilizes sub-folk soundscapes, 70's style dub and reggae, classic soul and pop perforated with a nearly gossamer, old world fragility, though dosed with a liberal dollop of paisley fallout and ganja fumigation to taste.

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