Sacred Bones has quickly become one of the most daring and progressive music labels in the indie scene.  They have the kinds of fans that will preorder each and every album they produce, simply because it’s from Sacred Bones.  That’s trust, yall, and it’s well-earned.  Zola Jesus, The Men, Amen Dunes, Wymond Miles (from the Fresh & Onlys), Moon Duo and Blank Dogs to name a few…all on this incredible label.

Pharmakon has been around for half a decade, but has just recently been featured on Pitchfork’s “Rising” article section and received a “Best New Music” for her beautifully dissonant (and there is such a thing) single “Crawling on Bruised Knees”…which sounds like a robot being tortured in an iron maiden.  In a good way.  Can you dig it?

Step into the torture chamber.  It hurts so good.

The Details

Limited edition of 200 hand-numbered copies in deluxe packaging.
Includes a bonus cassette, along with handmade printed wrap-around sleeve, wax-sealed, available by mail order only.

Price $25

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