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Examples of "absolutely_kosher"
The Folded Palm is the third album by Frog Eyes, released on September 14, 2004 on Absolutely Kosher Records.
Laarks is an indie-rock band based out of Eau Claire, Wisconsin. Absolutely Kosher Records, an independent California-based music label, signed a recording contract with Laarks in August, 2009. Laarks' first record, "An Exaltation of Laarks" was released by Absolutely Kosher on November 3, 2009 and the LP was released on January 12, 2010.
C-Sides is an indie pop EP by Chris Garneau. It was released on November 26, 2007, on the Absolutely Kosher record label.
Submariner is the debut album from The Dead Science, released in 2003 on Absolutely Kosher Records. Its contributors include jazz musician Michael White.
The Coroner's Gambit is the fifth studio album by the Mountain Goats, released on October 17, 2000 by Absolutely Kosher Records.
Eltro was an American indie rock band from Philadelphia, founded in 1995. The group released three albums for Absolutely Kosher Records in the late 1990s and early 2000s.
El Radio (2009) is the name of Chris Garneau's second full-length album, released on US label Absolutely Kosher Records, and European label Fargo Records, in July 2009.
Music for Tourists is an indie pop album by Chris Garneau. It was released on January 23, 2007 on the Absolutely Kosher record label.
A Cat May Look at a Queen is an album by Franklin Bruno. It was released in October 2002 on the Absolutely Kosher label.
Laarks began their U.S. tour for Absolutely Kosher in February 2010. Their itinerary included stops at the NoisePop Festival in San Francisco, California; the Viper Room in Los Angeles, California; and Trunk Space in Phoenix, Arizona.
Absolutely Kosher has been listed on the RIAA website since 2005 as a distributed label of a reporting member (Fontana, the label's distributor). However, the label is not itself a member, and neither pay dues nor corresponds with the RIAA.
The Bloody Hand is the debut album by Frog Eyes, and was released in 2002 on Global Symphonic Records. The album was reissued by Absolutely Kosher Records on April 18, 2006 with nine extra tracks.
In the early 2000s, the duo decided that it was a good idea to keep the project going, and in 2002 Absolutely Kosher Records released Martial Arts Weekend, their first full-length album.
Bird Bones in the Bughouse is the second EP from The Dead Science, released in 2004 on Absolutely Kosher Records. It includes a cover of Terence Trent D'Arby's "Sign Your Name" featuring Jamie Stewart on back-up vocals.
Frost Giant is the second album from The Dead Science, released in 2005 on Absolutely Kosher Records. It was recorded in ten days at Bear Creek Studios in December 2004. Korum Bischoff drummed on some tracks, Nick Tamburro on others.
Good News is the first full-length album by Scottish visual artist Dan Willson, d/b/a Withered Hand. Originally released on September 14, 2009 in the UK on SL Records, it was re-released on Absolutely Kosher Records in 2011 in the US. The album's title is a reference to Willson's upbringing as an Evangelical Christian.
Sybris formed in 2003 in Chicago. The name is an intentional misspelling of Sybaris, an Ancient Greek city. They signed to Flameshovel Records for the release of their 2005 self-titled debut. A national tour followed the album's release. Their second full-length appeared on Absolutely Kosher in 2008.
Random Spirit Lover is Sunset Rubdown's third LP, released on October 9, 2007. The album marked Sunset Rubdown's change from the Absolutely Kosher Records label to the Bloomington, Indiana-based Jagjaguwar records. The album was recorded in January 2007 at Breakglass Studios in Montreal with Jace Lasek and Dave Smith.
Laarks' release of their album "An Exaltation of Laarks", both before and after signing with Absolutely Kosher Records, has been met with high praise. Volume One, a local Eau Claire, Wisconsin publication praised "Exaltation's" style and technical skill when they wrote:
After playing in Brooklyn for some time, Garneau was recommended to record company Absolutely Kosher by Jamie Stewart, whose band Xiu Xiu was on that label. According to Garneau the album took around two years to record before it was released, as producer Duncan Sheik was very busy and there was a lot of downtime during recording.