Sub Pop at 30: The Seattle Magazine Mixtape

Seattle magazine editors and writers chose their favorite Sub Pop tracks for this playlist celebrating the legendary record label's 30th anniversary
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Sub Pop artist photos at Hotel Max.

This article appears in print in the August 2018 issue. Read more from the feature story here. Click here to subscribe.

Seattle magazine editors and writers chose their favorite Sub Pop tracks for this playlist celebrating the legendary record label's 30th anniversary.

Listen here and see the picks below:

Gwendolyn Elliott, senior editor (and author of the August issue feature story on Sub Pop at 30):
Mudhoney - “Touch Me I’m Sick"
Beach House - “Myth”
Kyle Craft - “Before the Wall”
Soundgarden - “Sub Pop Rock City”  
Father John Misty - “I’m Writing a Novel”
Washed Out - “Feel It All Around”

Chelsea Lin, dining and lifestyle editor:
Hot Hot Heat - “Bandages”
The Shins - “Caring is Creepy”
The Postal Service - “Such Great Heights”

Daria Kroupoderova, digital editor / social media producer: 
The Rapture - “Out of the Races and Onto the Tracks”
The Thermals - “No Culture Icons”
Oxford Collapse - “Please Visit Your National Parks”

Danielle Hayden, intern:
Dum Dum Girls - “Coming Down”  
Band of Horses - “Detlef Schrempf”

Sarah Edwards, intern:
Love as Laughter - “Crosseyed Beautiful Youngunz”
Luna - “Lovedust” 

Dan Shafer, digital managing editor:
Wolf Parade - “Modern World”
Blitzen Trapper - “Furr”
Fleet Foxes - “Ragged Wood”
King Tuff - “Baby Just Break”
Green River - “Swallow My Pride”
Nirvana - “Love Buzz”

 

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