Published Jun 09, 2010Venerable Seattle imprint Suicide Squeeze has announced that it will continue its long tradition of indie rock singles with a new collection of vinyl this summer. Having previously dropped limited wax for the likes of Modest Mouse, Pedro the Lion, 764-Hero, Black Mountain, HEALTH and many others, the label is continuing its winning streak with an exciting new batch of releases.
According to a news post on the label's website, Suicide Squeeze will be releasing new singles from Iron & Wine and Memoryhouse later this year. First off, though, it has announced records from the Coathangers and JEFF the Brotherhood, both due this July.
The Coathangers' seven-inch includes two remixes taken from their debut album Scramble. Judi Chicago adds some dub bounce to their "Arthritis Sux", while Dan Deacon tears their "143" to pieces in a way that only he could. Deacon's remix can be heard on the band's MySpace. Meanwhile, JEFF the Brotherhood offer up new material for their seven-inch, which the label describes as "two sweet and ripping tracks, highlighted with laser-light solos and melodic guitar hooks that phase thru space."
Both records will drop on July 20. They will be limited to 250 pressed on coloured vinyl and 500 on black.