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Deep Elm Selling Entire Catalog for $265

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  1. Melody Bot

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    You can buy the entire Deep Elm Records catalog on Bandcamp for $265.


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  2. Former Planets

    Aaaachem! Supporter

    Who could possibly need this? I can’t imagine anyone who is a fan of the label needing this and I definitely can’t see a casual listener investing this much.
  3. hermanthehermit

    Paris, Texas Climate Accord Supporter

    If you're a deep elm fan, but don't have much or any of it in lossless, then $265 for immediate access to the entire collection in FLAC is nothing to sneeze at.
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  4. dubey


    Those Deep Elm comps were:ok:
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  5. FloatUpstream


    Any notable bands to check out from this label? Never heard of Deep Elm before now
  6. hermanthehermit

    Paris, Texas Climate Accord Supporter

    Appleseed Cast is a personal fave. They're not exclusive to Deep Elm, but released a few albums on that label.
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  7. mrpeepers32411


    If you are into punk Latterman is a killer band. More specifically their album "No Matter Where We Go...!"
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  8. Former Planets

    Aaaachem! Supporter

    I’ve always favored “We are Still Alive” but seeing them play “No Matter Where We Go” in full at Fest a few years back was a highlight of my decade.
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  9. Bartek T.

    D'oh! Prestigious

    They had lots of post-rock artists and some classic sounding emo, now Lights & Motion grows quite strong (from Sweden), obviously they used to release The Appleseed Cast or Brandtson, but also Athletics (FFO: Moving Mountains, gates, The Appleseed Cast), Dorena, Moonlit Sailor (both from Sweden again). Lots of popular compilations like Emo Diaries. This is what I loved from just what I remember now.
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  10. Bartek T.

    D'oh! Prestigious

    This is on of my favorite post-rock albums ever, coming from Sweden, they had a few bands that sounded amazing!

    Nuet, by Dorena
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  11. Depends what you like, but Camber and Benton Falls are worth checking out if you want some old school emo, and Cast Before the Break if you want some longer form songs similar to early Moving Mountains.
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