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Sub Pop Turns 25: It's Time For The Sub Pop 1000 Compilation & Party / Festival  

Sub Pop Turns 25: It's Time For The Sub Pop 1000 Compilation & Party / Festival

By: Spacelab Research Staff
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February 11, 2013
It seems like just yesterday that Sub Pop was cranking out Tad, Mudhoney and Nirvana albums ... now it's ready turn the BIG 25. They have a lot of big events happening, including a compilation titled Sub Pop 1000, which arrives on 4/20, Record Store Day. They're promising "unreleased and exclusive tracks, and will be available digitally and on dazzling, silver-ish vinyl in a limited edition of 5,000 copies." Check out the full tracklist below.

But there's more! Sub Pop will also throw down with a major event in Seattle on July 13 called The Silver Jubilee, which is basically a music festival disguised as a MASSIVE PARTY. Details are scant just yet, but they're describing it by saying "we are fairly certain there will be some combination of… Actual live bands, playing actual live music! Some sort of art-related something or other! Like, in a gallery space, we’re thinking! A record fair-type event! Food! Beer and wine!" So it's like an All Tomorrows Parties Festival with Sub Pop as the curator, only in Seattle instead of England and one epic day instead of three. Time to book some airfare ....

Sub Pop 1000 Track List
Side A
01 His Electro Blue Voice “Kidult” (Bologna, IT)
02 Chancha Via Circuito “Lacandona” (Buenos Aires, AR)
03 Protomartyr “French Poet” (Detroit, MI)
04 Lori Goldston “Tangled North” (Seattle, WA)
05 Iron Lung “A Victory for Polio” (Seattle, WA; San Francisco, CA)

Side B
06 Soldiers of Fortune “Money” (Brooklyn, NY)
07 Peaking Lights “Subterranean Brainblow” (Los Angeles, CA)
08 Ed Schrader’s Music Beat “Radio Eyes” (Baltimore, MD)
09 My Disco “Guided” (Melbourne, AU)
10 Starred “Doomed” (Los Angeles, CA)

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