LA Lungs LP

King Tears Bat Trip LP

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Garek Druss LP

Hayden Pedigo LP

Brain Fruit/Panabrite LP

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March Super Sale!

Hey, what's that? Has it already been a full year?! Yes indeed, it's March once again which means madness at DEBACLE RECORDS for our annual sale. Not only do we celebrate both our birthdays here at HQ, but we practically give our inventory away!

As always we have a bunch of packages to fit your every need, receive all 36 CDs and 6 LP's currently in stock for only $100+shipping. Or if you're already a Debacle diehard, you can opt for just our 2013 release pack for $50+shipping.  What’s that? You hate CD’s? Well you can pick up all 6 of our vinyl releases for just $50+Shipping

As always it pays to buy early and in bulk! As our stock disappears these prices stay the same, get in early for some insane deals on some soon to be out of print classics.

But you say “I already support Debacle a lot and have half these packages.” Head over to the bandcamp use the promo code “madness” on check out and receive 30% off all orders physical or digital.

Thanks folks your continued support means the world to us!

Sam & Rachel

From the bowels of Debacle HQ


Hobo Cubes Apex Ideals - Pre-order Now!

Hey Folks!

Welcome to the first release of Debacle's amazing 2014 line up!

Many of you are probably already aware of Francesco De Gallo's work as Hobo Cubes and his tape label Hobo Cult.  He has released tapes and CD-Rs with such amazing labels as NNA, Digitalis, Opal Tapes, Deep Tapes, Goldtimers, Bridgetown, Orange Milk....too many to name.  So it's with great excitement that we announce his first full length LP on Debacle records 

Pre-order Apex Ideals now!

Hobo Cubes 
Apex Ideals

With Apex Ideals, Hobo Cubes has found a rich vein of form to explore. Montreal based Francesco De Gallo (also of Hobo Cult Records) is a master of manipulating ambient textures into compositions rife with emotion. Apex Ideals focuses time-based ideas and constructs, finding deeply personal reflections inside its electronic cascades.
Using time-stretching methods to create vast expanses of minimal ambience, Apex Ideals finds some of its greatest strength in glitches and accidents that accentuate the sonic terrain. The beauty is in the details; a cut here and the beating of a heart pours out in synthetic rhythms and deft tonal shifts; a mistake there and liquid synths bubble like blood escaping an open wound. De Gallo puts everything on the table and Apex Ideals ends up being an incredibly introspective record because of it.
Dreams fade into intangible thoughts overridden by external changes and are channeled into an aural dream- scape. Hobo Cubes has climbed many vistas in the past five years but none have reached the heights of Apex Ideals. This is Francesco De Gallo’s masterpiece.

Pre-order now 
Release Date 2/11/2014

$15 - LP  & Digital
$8 - Digital



State of the Label 2013

It's been a very big year here at Debacle HQ and I wanted to take a minute to reflect on what we did, where we are going, and what we loved about this last year.

First off thanks to anybody who purchased an album, came to a show or even submitted a demo, your support means more to us here than you probably could even imagine.

So what did we do this year? We kicked off the year having just released the Zac Nelson LP and about to drop Total Life's brain ahnillating Bender/Drifter.

After a string of great shows to kick off the new year, we held our biggest Debacle Fest yet.

It was a three day four show monster filled to the brim with amazing artists from far and wide.  We are so proud of that line up and happy to make so many new friends like Gabriel Saloman, the Date Palms crew, Nate Young and Dave Shettler, Jamaal Moss and James Dondio, not to mention all of our returning friends and family. Next year we will be trying a few new things with Debacle Fest, but what an amazing blow-out we had this year.

We continued to grow our MOTOR night with six awesome parties throughout the year and our first ever MOTOR single release. Very proud of the guests we have been fortunate enough to host this year, but even more so of how much our core group of artists have banded together and helped each other improve and become the most exciting new group of artists in Seattle.  Look for two new 12"s in the first part of the year from Olympia's techno shaman HOM and a set of atmospheric bangers from Hobo Noir, the team of Montreal's Hobo Cubes and Jesse Osborne-Lanthier. All this is just the start of what MOTOR has planned for this year.

Summer brought our biggest release ever in the Expo '70/Plankton Wat split 12".  Bringing together two of our favorite jammers for a great EP.  I may be biased, but I think "Faded Postcards" that closes out Plankton Wat's side, might be his best song period!

We kicked off the fall with our batch of phenomenal CD releases from TJ Max, Rainbow Lorikeet and Adderall Canyonly, three very different but equally impressive electronic jammers. Then we finally dropped the debut album from Biosexual, one of the strongest and most accomplished releases in our entire catalog. Biosexual has a ton more up their sleeves and we are hoping to continue to delight you with crazy videos and remixes from that many-years-in-the-making LP.

So whats next? Well after closing out the year with our best MOTOR night yet with Pete Swanson, we will be dropping the aforementioned HOM single at the end of January, followed shortly by our tenth MOTOR night at Lo Fi featuring debut MOTOR performances from Apartment Fox and Raica.  February brings us the long awaited Hobo Cubes debut full length LP Apex Ideals, and even more awesome stuff we can't talk about yet. Keep your eyes open for news about Debacle LPs from A Story of Rats/Dull Knife moss-wizard Garek Druss, guitar wunderkindt Hayden Pedigo, and a split 12" from Seattle heavies Brain Fruit and Panabrite. Of course we will be announcing details on Debacle Fest 2014 the moment we can.

Here is some music we loved at Debacle HQ.


  • Holden - The Inheritors
  • Pharmakon - Abandon
  • Nate Young - Regression: Blinding Confusion
  • Pete Swanson - Punk Authority EP
  • Knifecream - Bind, Torture, Kill
  • Mohammad - Som Sakrifis
  • Roly Porter - Life Cycle of a Massive Star
  • Locrian - Return to Annihialation



  • Function - Incubation
  • Chris Forsyth - Solar Motel
  • Autre Ne Veut - Anxiety
  • Holden - The Inheritors

Also Great

  • Egyptrixx - A/B Til Infinity
  • Moan - Bookshelf Sanctuary
  • Allesandro Cortini - Forse 1 & 2
  • Blondes - Swisher
  • Metasplice - Infracts
  • Drumcell - Sleep Complex
  • Aquarelle - August Undone
  • Chvrches - The Bones of What We Know
  • Sightings - Terribly Well
  • Ron Morelli - Backpages
  • Kobosil - - ----
  • Roly Porter - Lifecycle of a Massive Star
  • Karen Gwyer - Kiki the Wormhole
  • Secret Pyramid - Movements of Night
  • Stellar Om Source - Joy One Mile
  • Rrose - Monad XVI
  • Unicorn Hard-on - Weird Universe
  • Black Sites - Prototype EP
  • Danny Paul Grody - Between Two Worlds

Thanks Everybody

Sam & Rachel



Biosexual - The Window Wants the Bedroom - LP Out Now!


So excited to bring you guys this album!  Two years ago I began working with Zac Nelson on his LP Charbroile, even then he could barely contain his excitement  about this new project he was working on with friends and siblings RJ Saalman and Jocelyn Noir (ALAK).  When I finally was able to hear the results of this project I knew we had something special on our hands.  This is an amazing album from what really is an all star power trio (SUPERGROUP!) in hiding.     

Redefine Magazine has a full review and the full album streaming online right now. 


Some advance praise 

"Biosexual are very much a product of the internet. They cobble together bizarre mutant vocals with surreal lyrics, rigid trap beats, and a chorus of synthesizers that reference at least 5 underground dance movements. Call it technological pop, or breakbeat bricolage, this is the sound of information overload, the result of 10 years of listening to everything under the sun."
Redefine Magazine

"There is a fierceness pressurized, it's a wonder it doesn't explode."
Impose Magazine

"The Window Wants the Bedroom is a deviously fresh, and clever work of experimental pop goodness."
No Goddamn Dancing


Sacramento-based experimental pop trio Biosexual brings together the diverse talents of Zac Nelson, previously of Portland, and brother and sister solo-recorders Michael RJ Saalman and Jocelyn Noir. Each member has been unflinching in their solo efforts, though Nelson has been most prolific, releasing work on a string of like-minded labels that—by their historic proclevities—help coordinate the full range of his exotic home productions. Ironically, this range seems to form a bridge between the siblings on their eponymous full band debut, the two having come more recently into their own; Saalman’s debut was released by Crash Symbols and Noir’s latest as Alak appeared via Kaleidoscope, both this October. Though Saalman and Noir share Nelson’s experimental sensibility, both have found their own distinct ways of translating their pop culture influences. Not that Nelson doesn’t have his own diverse palette; he cites a conscious, significant connection with non-musical aspects of his environment and maintains an open compositional style that can yield almost anything as musicians work to add their individual elements.
Though the band’s debut was initially structured by Nelson and Saalman over the course of several years, Noir was added and began to help write songs in early 2012 as it became clear that Biosexual would need to play live eventually—as opposed to their solo projects, which have been prohibitively difficult to stage. The result is a synthesis of all three band members. Tracks like “The Window Wants the Bedroom” and “Naked and Feeling It” are reminiscent of Saalman’s gnostic loops and beatwork for Crash Symbols, combining commercial production with the band’s incredible range together. Others show a glimmer of the shambolic synths and striking vocals that have characterized Alak’s work, particular the slow burn of “Fun Boy.” Many tracks retain a sense of Nelson’s distinct approach to drum and vocals, often enough shared by his bandmates, but still a potent element in keeping the trio’s sound accessible. In place of conventional pop, the band uses strategic dissonance or imbalance as much as structure to attract a listener’s attention. This tendency is upheld by frequent, unexpected rhythms and the variety of roles occupied by “voice” in each song, as with “Conjure Sharks” and “Human Slide.” The album begins and ends with two tracks that are perhaps most emblematic of its total outlook; the more oblique opener, “The Window Wants the Bedroom,” with the end held down by an even more blissfully evocative closer and the album’s longest track, “The Flesh Sings.”
Mastered by Scott Colburn, the LP is stored in a matte sleeve with UV die cut text embellishments.


End of Summer Three CD Batch!

TJ Max 

Adderall Canyonly 

Rainbow Lorikeet


September is coming to a close, but before we dip deep in to the Autumnal doom that is Seattle in the Fall/Winter, I have a batch of three fantastic releases from the three of best electronic underground operators around.

All three for cheap!

You can pick up all three physical CD's and digital downloads for $20!

End of Summer Batch

TJ Max – Wrong to Run
TJ Max is Timm Mason and Jayson Kochan, the guitarist and bassist respectively of Seattle psych-lords Midday Veil. They also go by Mood Organ and Airport, two of the core projects associated with MOTOR Collective, an event night and cousin imprint of Debacle where the two exhibit their more rhythmic proclivities for outsider electronica. Wrong to Run is the culmination of the first era of TJ Max, deliberately recorded well before the duo had ever performed or rehearsed live and geared toward the two finding a rhythm for their collaborative composition; it was made entirely by both producers, only when the two could meet up in person. Hence the name, according to Mason, "I think the arc is sort of like Logan's Run... but if Logan's partner also ran, instead of trying to hunt him... a buddy flick! Fleeing this utopian society and experiencing the different levels of defenses that exist to keep people inside, then bringing something from the outside back in." Somewhere between Glass Candy and the Chemical Brothers soundtrack to Hanna, the album is a moody and atmospheric introduction to the expanding partnership of Mason and Kochan, which has since evolved into a stomping industrial techno team with a forthcoming 12” single on MOTOR.

$8 CD & MP3
$5 MP3 


Adderall Canyonly  
We Are Everywhere at Once

Dylan McConnell of Field Hymns Records recently got in touch with me to work  on this new Adderall Canyonly album, his tenth or so depending on how you count collaborative albums with his alter-ego Oxykitten and double album length splits. We Are Everywhere At Once reminds me of why I love Panabrite or Food Pyramid... it's a synth zoner, but still not content with only being a 'synth record,' so to speak. There are even echoes of Brian Eno’s pop treatments, or post-rockers like Red Sparrows, floating around in it.

$8 CD & MP3
$5 MP3


Rainbow Lorikeet
Mind’s Far Continents

Nicolò Tescari worked with Debacle last year to release his debut, Fractures. It was one of those great releases that came about from a cold demo submission to the label. I immediately gravitated toward the work of this young northern Italian and proceeded to release the album and a video for 'Abell 2667,' which you can check out here. This time around, Nicolò continues with a second mini-album, provocatively titled Mind's Far Continents, that appropriately combines further the scorched earth hip hop of Techno Animal with the dark techno and library music of the Modern Love label. One thing to note is I believe Nicolò performs all these songs live with no overdubs, which for a damaged beats project is pretty interesting, and adds a focus on texture and slow sound evolution. Shortly after the formal release, we'll be sharing a video for the second track 'Electrical Fauna.'

$8 CD & MP3
$5 MP3