Hardly Art

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Hardly Art is an independent record label based in Seattle, Washington. Founded in early 2007 by Sub Pop Records, Hardly Art is run by two full-time employees and is distributed by the Alternative Distribution Alliance (ADA) and Sub Pop.[1][2][3] The label's name comes from a lyric from the song "No Culture Icons" by the Thermals, and the unofficial motto for the label is: Quality records for quality people since very recently.

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Release history[edit]

  • HAR001 Arthur & Yu - In Camera CD
  • HAR002 Le Loup - The Throne of the Third Heaven of the Nations' Millennium General Assembly CD
  • HAR003 The Dutchess & the Duke - She's the Dutchess, He's the Duke CD/LP
  • HAR004 The Moondoggies - Don't Be A Stranger CD
  • HAR005 The Pica Beats - Beating Back the Claws of the Cold CD
  • HAR006 Pretty & Nice - Get Young CD
  • HAR007 Talbot Tagora - Lessons in the Woods or a City CD/LP
  • HAR008 Le Loup - Family CD/LP
  • HAR009 The Dutchess & the Duke - Sunset/Sunrise CD/LP
  • HAR010 label sampler
  • HAR011 Golden Triangle - Double Jointer CD/LP
  • HAR012 Unnatural Helpers - "Sunshine / Pretty Girls" 7"
  • HAR013 Unnatural Helpers - Cracked Love & Other Drugs CD/LP
  • HAR014 Golden Triangle / The Fresh & Onlys - Split 7"
  • HAR015 Seapony - TBA

References[edit]

  1. ^ Maher, D. "Sub Pop Launches New Label, Hardly Art", 3-12-2007
  2. ^ Martens, T. "Sub Pop Launches Hardly Art Imprint", 03-09-2007
  3. ^ Swain, L. "Hardly Art is Open for Business", 04-06-2007

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