• Spring 2017

    Spring 2017

    Alright, the day has come. ELLE records have arrived and orders are shipping this week. It seems like this has been a long period of waiting, but I can assure you that the wait has been worth it. We're currently already running low on clear copies of the record so if that's your thing, get an order in quick

    We'll have more exciting Elle news in the coming months as we plan out a few future releases and tours.

    In other news, REVOLUTION BUMMER cassettes are in house in two color ways and DOUBLE SKELETON cassettes will be here soon. Both are available in our webstore

  • The End of the Year

    The End of the Year

    Finally, 2016 is coming to an end. It feels like it's been an extra long year filled with incredible highs and devestating lows. I'm happy to put this year behind us while simultaneously feeling pretty anxious about what 2017 has in store. Luckily, we have a few cool things to share. Read on.

    Elle - S/T 12"

    Coming in the late winter/early spring will be the debut effort by the Bay Area's ELLE. This record has been on repeat for me since first hearing it and I'm beyond stoked to be bringing it to life in the form of a one-sided 12". The band is made up of members of Yearbooks, Loma Prieta and Beau Navire, to name a few, and effortlessly created one of the year's best screamo records. The A.V. Club premiered this EP recently along with a kind review and some words from the band. It can be streamed here and the vinyl can be pre-ordered here.

    Creepers - Tour Cassette

    Our buds Creepers are hitting the road for a month alongside the likes of The Body and Alcest, starting in mid-January. Full tour dates are up on Brooklyn Vegan. In anticipation of their upcoming full length, we're happy to be working with Creepers on a tour-only cassette featuring both old and unreleased songs. Catch them in a town near you and listen to their full discography here.

    Revolution Bummer - I (A) My Country CS

    Last on the plate for early 2017 is the cassette version of the debut record from REVOLUTION BUMMER. This new anarcho-punk outfit features members of Amber Inn/Turnkey/Exhale/Super Unison and is about to start touring the country. A vinyl version is forthcoming from a yet-to-be-named label, but we should have the tape out soon. For now, stream the record here.

  • Post/Boredom's Casual Friday is here.

    Post/Boredom's Casual Friday is here.

    It's been a long time coming, but we finally have Post/Boredom cassettes in hand! These things rip. Perfect for blowing the speakers out of any 80s tape deck. This is a press of 50 on lime green tapes. Pick one up now in our webstore.

  • Post/Boredom cassette update, Super Unison tour dates, and more.

    "Casual Friday" cassette

    Unfortunately, there has been a severe delay from the manufacturer and these tapes have still not arrived. We're working diligently to get these in-house as quickly as possible and we're extremely sorry for the delay for those of you who have already pre-ordered.
    For now, you can hear the record on most major streaming sites, or on Bandcamp.



    Our pals in Super Unison are hitting the road and crossing the country on their way to THE FEST this month and following it up with select dates in November with VANISHING LIFE.
    They've also recently premiered a video and a great Spotify playlist.

    11/17 - SF, CA @ Bottom of the Hill
    11/18 - Kingsburg, CA @ Bullfrogs
    11/19 - SD, CA @ The Hideout
    11/20 - LA, CA @ The Echo

    Commissure has had a very busy summer coming off of the release of their "Sketchbooks & Road Maps" EP cassette. They were recently featured on a super rad playlist of Bay Area post rock, curated by the KQED Arts staff. Give it a listen here. Play it loud.

  • Commissure - Sketchbooks + Road Maps

    Commissure - Sketchbooks + Road Maps

    I'm very happy to announce that long time buds commissure are joining the Conditions family. I'll be releasing their new EP titled 'Sketchbooks + Road Maps' both digitally and on cassette on June 3rd. Clocking in at 12 minutes, these two new songs are a beautiful example of the evolution of the band over the years. Pre-orders are now live here. Be on the lookout for June tour dates coming soon.

  • Fall 2015 Releases

    Greetings friends. I've got two releases coming out this fall and I'm thrilled on both of them. I've been listening to these songs for the last six months straight and I'm excited to finally get them into your record player. Please, sit down, let me tell you about them.

    Lil Dowager - Never Too Late To Hate 7" (CR-09)

    First up is Lil Dowager, hailing from the streets of Oakland. The Never Too Late To Hate EP is their second effort and first on vinyl. Recorded by Jack Shirley at the Atomic Garden, this record contains 4 insane songs. Though each are under 2 minutes, the point is driven home - Lil Dowager are as tight and riotous as they come. The songs come across equally violent and playful, seemingly taking influences from every part of the west coast's noisy history. 

    Pre-orders are live (here) and are expected to begin shipping in late November. Check the video single for Bible History Month here.

    The Down House / Red Wood - Split 7" (CR-10)

    Next up is a split 7" between so many friends from the Bay Area. The Down House and Red Wood (both from and residing in San Francisco and Santa Rosa) have recorded a song each for this split, which seem to be ever so complimenting of each other. The Down House tackles the A-side with a dreary and dreamy nod to shoegaze gods of past with their song I Got My Gun. The vocals are kept low, drowning into a fuzzy atmosphere of drums and starry guitars.

    Red Wood, whose members also run Don't Look Down Records who is co-releasing this split with me, provide the B-side in what is one of my favorite songs to release lately. Clocking in at nearly 6 minutes, the song is a driving, epic masterpiece of post-punk rock and roll.

    Both bands are already quickly developing followings that match their recorded output and I'm thrilled to be part of building on that history.

    Pre-orders are live (here) and are expected to begin shipping in early December.

  • Super Unison Tour Cassette

    Super Unison Tour Cassette

    I'm thrilled to be working with more friends from the Bay Area on our next release. Super Unison is a new band based in Oakland, filled with members from other bands you've surely heard of. They've just finished tracking a 4 song EP that is bursting with energy and left me immediately wanting more. In mid-May, they'll be embarking on a Pacific Northwest tour with fellow Oakland band Composite.

    In preparation for their upcoming 7" debut, we're releasing a cassette version of the EP. This will be pretty limited and I'm guessing it won't last long, but if it does, we'll post leftovers online. Tour dates are being finalized and will be posted here as soon as they're ready. For now, get a sample of this upcoming release on our Bandcamp, right here.

  • The News

    Hello and happy summer to you, unless you're in the southern hemisphere.

    I'm slowly working on some website updates to make this whole thing a little more "legit," though to whom I'm not entirely sure.

    The Yearbooks and No Limbs tapes are our newest hot hot hot items and are FOR SALE until they run out, clearly.

    Some things in the works for the fall with some more interesting folks I've been wanting to work with. Stay tuned, friends.