Label Spotlight
Sub Pop's Silver Jubilee
Mega-indie record label Sub Pop marks its 25th anniversary with a Silver Jubilee festival July 13 in Seattle, and there's plenty to celebrate. From introducing Nirvana and grunge to popularizing modern indie rock, folk, electropop and more, Sub Pop has stayed nimbly ahead of trends and launched countless great bands including Sunny Day Real Estate, Mudhoney, The Shins, Fleet Foxes and more. They've also maintained their experimental edge, releasing records by such outliers as LA noise punks No Age, chillwave success Washed Out and outré hip-hop unit Shabazz Palaces. Here's to 25 years of Subterranean Pop, "Loser" t-shirts and avowed "world domination"—and to many more to come.
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Songs Album
Artist
1
About A Girl (2009 Re-mastered Version) Bleach (Deluxe Edition)
2:48
Nirvana
2
In Circles Diary
4:58
Sunny Day Real Estate
3
Ocean Harmacy
2:46
Sebadoh
4
Dancin' Shoes Empty Bottles, Broken Hearts
2:25
The Murder City Devils
5
New Slang Oh, Inverted World
3:51
The Shins
6
The Funeral Everything All The Time
5:22
Band of Horses
7
White Winter Hymnal Fleet Foxes
2:29
Fleet Foxes
8
Teen Creeps Nouns
3:27
No Age
9
Eyes Be Closed Within And Without
4:47
Washed Out
10
Are you... Can you... Were you? (Felt) Black Up
4:47
Shabazz Palaces
11
Hollywood Forever Cemetery Sings Fear Fun
3:10
Father John Misty
12
Down in the Valley The Head and the Heart
5:03
The Head and the Heart
13
Bathroom Laughter Honeys
2:38
Pissed Jeans