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Death Cab for Cutie

Death Cab for Cutie originally formed in Bellingham, WA, in 1997 with their casette-only Elsinor Records release, You Can Play These Songs With Chords (later expanded and reissued by Barsuk in 2002). The group, which appropriated its name from a song title by '60s UK rock ensemble The Bonzo Dog Band, has consistently released outstanding albums over the years, gaining a wider audience and seeping into the consciousness of mainstream America with the success of their latest albums, the most recent of which were released by Atlantic Records. The band remains a core member of the Barsuk family, however, and we continue to release their albums on vinyl, including the recent reissues of their first four albums on 180-gram vinyl, as well as 2015's Kintsugi. In addition to the Ben Gibbard lo-fi solo project All-Time Quarterback CD reissue from a few years back, we also released the Chris Walla solo project, Field Manual, and the Steve Fisk & Benjamin Gibbard score to the film Kurt Cobain About A Son.

Death Cab for Cutie unearths recording of very first show

Today marks the 20th anniversary of the first Death Cab for Cutie show. To commemorate the occasion, Ben Gibbard has unearthed the audio recording of the very first show. Available on Bandcamp to stream and purchase with all of the band's proceeds benefiting Seattle's Aurora Commons. 22 Nov 2017

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bark152: Death Cab for Cutie / Kintsugi
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