SAUVIE ISLAND - FAN VIDEO from HUCKLEBERRY EATER EP
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WE ARE STILL THE ROAMING TYPES, PLEASE ALLOW 4-6 WEEKS FOR DELIVERY. THANK YOU FOR YOUR PATIENCE.
T-SHIRTSScreened by Olympia Screen on american made, sweat shop free tees. Made about 50 of these once a few years ago.
FULL LENGTH ALBUMS
Everything is a Miracle, Nothing is a Miracle, Everything Is (Highfives and Handshakes/Houseopolis 2007)
The most recent 10" white vinyl full length, CD has the same tracks as the vinyl but inverted album art. Vinyl released on Highfives and Handshakes and CD from Houseopolis Records.
BUY 10" white vinyl below The CD is SOLD OUT, grab a digital copy
ABCDEFGHIJKickball (Yo Yo Records, 2007)
The 3rd in line, CD released from Yo Yo Records.
BUY ABCDEFGHIJKickball CD HERE
Huckleberry Eater (from Houseopolis Records, 2007)
BUY HUCKLEBERRY EATER CD BELOWCD comes printed on an unbleached arrigato pack.
Kickball - s/t (self released)The first little EP
Lisa spent the past 7 years carrying around a minidisc recorder and Kickball shows from all around the world. As we sift through the piles and hours of recording we'll be posting more live sets here. They are free for you to stream and download, but please consider donating to the band if you are able.
NICE THINGS PEOPLE SAID...
"There's this violently beautiful moment at the thirty-seventh second of their song "Orion", when the modestly amplified ditty explodes into something unexpectedly cosmic. It would catch me by surprise even when I knew it was coming. Maybe it's because the beauty in that moment sounds palpably labored: singer Jacob Wilson stammers each word like a butterfly wrestling its way out of a cocoon: "I did all that I could to protect you from harm/ Tattooed the Great Bear on your arm/ Blue stars tipping out the blood (was that really what he was saying? I'd never met anyone who knew for sure)/ So you would know where North was."'- PITCHFORK
“There is something elementally "Washington" about Kickball's sound. They vaguely hark back to Long Drive–era Modest Mouse, something organic the band emits that is instinctively easy to understand and embrace” THE STRANGER
“A Kickball show would be a party even if the audience never showed up to see it. The trio creates its own energy with frantic, schizophrenic disco beats that drive adventurous basslines and start-stop buzzsaw guitar the whole mess of which can juggernaut from sexy, bleeding-heart dance funk into soaring, ecstatic Arcade Fire-style choruses before your oft-shaking ass can tell the difference. Those who have seen them will agree: One of the Northwest’s best bands is still playing some of its smallest venues.” WILLIAMETTE WEEK