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For the past 18 years, Polyvinyl Records have been one of most admirable independent labels in the world.

From the early days of releases from bands like Braid and Rainer Maria to celebrated albums from Mates of State, of Montreal, and Japandroids, their catalogue and their penchant for finding the best bands seems to be infinite. Soundsupply is easily one of Polyvinyl's biggest fans, but after this Drop we know we'll have some competition.

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All 10 Digital Albums

American Football (American Football)
Hissing Fauna, Are You The Destroyer? (of Montreal)
Volcano, I'm Still Excited (Volcano, I'm Still Excited)
Team Boo (Mates of State)
Frame & Canvas (Braid)
All Your Summer Songs (Saturday Looks Good To Me)
Broom (Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin)
Here Comes Everyone (Aloha)
Post-Nothing (Japandroids)
Forever (Painted Palms)


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American Football
American Football

"The guitar work on this disc is both intelligent and precise...the drumming is remarkably inventive... forming a varied rhythmic backbone for the ethereal vocals of singer Mike Kinsella."
– Pitchfork

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  • 1. Never Meant
  • 2. The Summer Ends
  • 3. Honestly?
  • 4. For Sure
  • 5. You Know I Should Be Leaving Soon
  • 6. But the Regrets Are Killing Me
  • 7. I'll See You When We're Both Not So Emotional
  • 8. Stay Home
  • 9. The One With The Wurlitzer
Hissing Fauna, Are You The Destroyer?
of Montreal

"The rest of Hissing Fauna is an endless supply of off-kilter but instantly appealing melodies intact over the band's newly robotic sound. The focus throughout is on mechanized rhythms and synthesizer swirls, though the tempos are no less hyperactive, and the attention span of the arrangements is only a shade longer."
– Pitchfork

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  • 1. Suffer for Fashion
  • 2. Sink the Seine
  • 3. Cato as a Pun
  • 4. Gronlandic Edit
  • 5. A Sentence of Sorts in Kongsvinger
  • 6. The Past Is a Grotesque Animal
  • 7. Bunny Ain't No Kind of Rider
  • 8. Faberge Falls for Shuggie
  • 9. Labyrinthian Pomp
  • 10. She's a Rejecter
  • 11. We Were Born the Mutants Again with Leafling
Volcano, I'm Still Excited
Volcano, I'm Still Excited

"What is remarkable about this record, aside from its deft pop playing and unbelievable hooks and dynamics, is the fact that is has sixteen songs and not a one is a clunker. I have never ever heard an album with this many good songs."
– Indie Workshop

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  • 1. Overture
  • 2. 2nd Gun
  • 3. Trunk Of My Car
  • 4. Joe Jaxon
  • 5. In Green
  • 6. Fisticuffs
  • 7. Echo Park
  • 8. New Brad
  • 9. Mostly On An Island
  • 10. Around The Dream
  • 11. Goodbye, Casio
  • 12. By No Means
  • 13. Firebombing London
  • 14. Shouting Across The Water
  • 15. Byron's 24th Christmas
  • 16. Two Exclamation Points
Mates of State
Team Boo

"Mates of State are always reliable for melodically satisfying albums. Their daring vocal acrobatics, their wacky song structures (or lack thereof) and sonic quirkiness pay off again and again, whether it is on the danceable 'Fluke' or uncharacteristically pretty 'Parachutes."
– Knot Mag

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  • 1. Ha Ha
  • 2. Whiner's Bio
  • 3. Fluke
  • 4. Open Book
  • 5. Middle is Gold
  • 6. The Kissaway
  • 7. Gotta Get a Problem
  • 8. Parachutes (Funeral Song)
  • 9. An Experiment
  • 10. Sound it Off
  • 11. I Got This Feelin'
  • 12. Separate the People
Frame & Canvas
Braid

"Frame & Canvas opens up with "The New Nathan Detroits," which is an excellent song to showcase Braid to new fans, and is a contender for their best song. Chris and Robert's vocals are separated during this song for the most part, really showing off each member's voice. Each song after is almost as good, all in different ways, and become instant classics. "Collect from Clark Kent" is a really fun song lyrically, as Robert sings about Superman being scared to fight crime. "A Dozen Roses" is another contender for Braid's best song, and is Robert's best ballad. "Urbana's Too Dark" is a personal favorite. "I Keep A Diary" is a lovely and solemn song, and an excellent way to close Braid's final album."
– PunkNews

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  • 1. The New Nathan Detroits
  • 2. Killing a Camera
  • 3. Never Will Come For Us
  • 4. First Day Back
  • 5. Collect From Clark Kent
  • 6. Milwaukee Sky Rocket
  • 7. A Dozen Roses
  • 8. Urbana's Too Dark
  • 9. Consolation Prize Fighter
  • 10. Ariel
  • 11. Breathe In
  • 12. I Keep a Diary
All Your Summer Songs
Saturday Looks Good To Me

"...walls of sound with bricks of brass and stringed instruments, arpeggio-heavy prom themes, shy soul, and surf grooves with radio-friendly ambitions. All of these songs are filtered through enough layers of reverb and ambient noise (courtesy of knob-twiddling from Thomas and His Name Is Alive's Warn Defever) to sound like they're coming from the past-their-prime speakers of Dad's old station wagon, a process that, paradoxically, strips them of their nostalgia and lends them fresh personality."
– Pitchfork

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  • 1. Untitled
  • 2. Meet Me By The Water
  • 3. Underwater Heartbeat
  • 4. Ambulance
  • 5. Light Bulb Heart
  • 6. The Sun Doesn't Want To Shine
  • 7. Caught
  • 8. All Our Summer Songs
  • 9. No Good With Secrets
  • 10. Alcohol
  • 11. Can't Ever Sleep
  • 12. You Work All Weekend
  • 13. Typing
  • 14. Ultimate Stars
  • 15. Last Hour
Broom
Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin

"Damn, if their pop chops aren't convincing... Naysayers unimpressed with crisp choruses and expert bridges might doom Broom's makers to a subcult-status alongside Western Keys or Home, but something more ambitious is afoot: The songs are fetching ciphers, stowaways on an indie pop mothership, benchwarmers on a charm offense, etc."
– Pitchfork

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  • 1. Pangea
  • 2. I Am Warm & Powerful
  • 3. What'll We Do
  • 4. Travel Song
  • 5. Oregon Girl
  • 6. House Fire
  • 7. Yr Broom
  • 8. Anna Lee
  • 9. Anne Elephant
  • 10. Gwyneth
Here Comes Everyone
Aloha

"The more laid-back and patient take on indie rock, complete with their tasteful use of odd instrumentation works perfectly."
– New Scheme

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  • 1. Fractures (part one)
  • 2. They See Rocks
  • 3. Let Your Head Hang Low
  • 4. Balling Phase
  • 5. It Won't Be Long
  • 6. Protest Song
  • 7. Thieves All Around Us
  • 8. Dissolving
  • 9. I Wish No Chains Upon You
  • 10. We Get Down
Post-Nothing
Japandroids

"[W]hat makes Post-Nothing such a thrill is the manner in which Japandroids hold absolutely nothing back. As contagious as any of the lyrics, melodies, riffs, or drum fills are, their energy and lack of self-consciousness is every bit as equally lovable. - 8.3 Best New Music"
– Pitchfork

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  • 1. The Boys Are Leaving Town
  • 2. Young Hearts Spark Fire
  • 3. Wet Hair
  • 4. Rockers East Vancouver
  • 5. Heart Sweats
  • 6. Crazy/Forever
  • 7. Sovereignty
  • 8. I Quit Girls
Forever
Painted Palms

"The long-gestating debut LP from the San Francisco psych-pop duo is a bright, spangling, decidedly summery affair, all radiant harmonies and warm reverberations. Forever's pleasures are simple, breezy, a little like bringing a parka to the pool: you're supposed to dive right in, not waste a lot of time peeling back the layers. Forever is lush, easygoing, 39 balmy minutes in paradise."
– Pitchfork

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  • 1. Too High
  • 2. Here It Comes
  • 3. Hypnotic
  • 4. Forever
  • 5. Soft Hammer
  • 6. Carousel
  • 7. Not Really There
  • 8. Hope That You See It Now
  • 9. Spinning Signs
  • 10. Sleepwalking
  • 11. Empty Gun
  • 12. Angels