Synonyms for barsuk_records or Related words with barsuk_records

fat_possum_records              joyful_noise_recordings              yep_roc_records              dangerbird_records              sideonedummy_records              razor_tie              inpop_records              invada_records              fat_possum              tooth_nail_records              fierce_panda              suicide_squeeze_records              yep_roc              glassnote_records              absolutely_kosher              spinefarm_records              bec_recordings              jagjaguwar              taang_records              paper_plastick              omnivore_recordings              manimal_vinyl              roadrunner_records              sidecho_records              surfdog_records              rooart              gotee_records              tee_pee_records              xl_recordings              volcom_entertainment              trustkill_records              deathwish_inc              fat_wreck_chords              beggars_banquet              alternative_tentacles              invogue_records              chemikal_underground              topshelf_records              sonic_unyon              tooth_nail              earache_records              tvt_records              quarterstick_records              asthmatic_kitty              shanachie_records              kscope              righteous_babe_records              goner_records              ipecac_recordings              dualtone_records             



Examples of "barsuk_records"
Rose City is an album by Viva Voce, released on May 26, 2009, on Barsuk Records.
True Devotion is Rocky Votolato's sixth full-length studio album, and third release from Barsuk Records.
Eyelid Movies is the debut album by electronic music duo Phantogram, released on February 9, 2010 by Barsuk Records.
Get Yr Blood Sucked Out is an album by Viva Voce, released on September 12, 2006, on Barsuk Records.
Beware and Be Grateful is the fourth studio album by Maps & Atlases, released in 2012 by Barsuk Records.
It was Say Hi's first release on Barsuk Records, with whom they signed on December 2, 2008.
Little Round Mirrors is an EP by Harvey Danger. It was released on Barsuk Records on October 10, 2006.
Or Give Me Death is an album by Aqueduct. It was released February 20, 2007 on Barsuk Records.
In 1996 and 1997, the band continued touring with Built To Spill and Death Cab for Cutie, with the latter signing to the band's Barsuk Records label. The band began recording its first full-length album, "Like Icicles", released in June 1998 on Barsuk Records. The band released two further albums, "The Curious Sofa" and "Fireworks", in 2000 and 2001, respectively.
On January 11, 2011, Barsuk Records reissued the vinyl edition of "Emergency & I", which includes an oral history of the band conducted by The A.V. Club's Josh Modell.
Former Lives is the debut solo album by Death Cab for Cutie lead singer Ben Gibbard. It was released in October 2012 under Barsuk Records.
Hatfield and Matthew Caws of Nada Surf formed a band called Minor Alps whose first album, "Get There", was released October 29, 2013, on Barsuk Records.
"Bill Gates Must Die" is the third track on John Vanderslice's "Mass Suicide Occult Figurines" album released in 2000 on Barsuk Records.
Empire Builder is the fourth studio album by American musician Laura Gibson. It was released in April 2016 under Barsuk Records.
The Brag and Cuss is the 2007 release from Seattle singer-songwriter Rocky Votolato. It is his second album on Barsuk Records after 2006's Makers.
Bridges Worth Burning is an album by the band Kind of Like Spitting. It was released on August 6, 2002 on Barsuk Records.
Fireworks is the second full-length album by the Seattle indie band This Busy Monster. It was released in 2001 on the band's own label, Barsuk Records.
Fewer Moving Parts is David Bazan's debut EP, released in limited quantities on June 13, 2006. It was re-released on 22 May 2007 on Barsuk Records.
The Photo Album is the third studio album by indie rock band Death Cab for Cutie, released October 9, 2001 on Barsuk Records.
In early 2004 the band recorded a live EP, entitled "The John Byrd EP", named for their sound engineer was released on Barsuk Records in March.