As collectors of skulls, fur, and other various remnants of death, the Honeycreeper girls ooze punk rock energy plagued by indifference to the chaotic and ephemeral nature of assigned meaning. Woven into their songs are threads of race, gender, addiction, and relationships - the band admittedly vexed by these universal issues while simultaneously rejecting their perceived authority.

With occasional dips into the realms of surf and jazz, paired with lighthearted 1970s-styled harmonies, Honeycreeper obscures genres without respect for tradition. “We’re not blonde, we’re not models, and we can sing a bit / You don’t have to like us because we don’t give a shit.”



Deemed "ethereal doom-gaze," Lady Paw's minimal instrumentation and fragile vocals briefly graced the Eugene, Oregon music scene from 2013-2015. In that time they played various shows in Eugene and Portland, released "Lady Paw demos" cassette (April 2014), and released a full-length titled "Long Shadow" (February 2015). "Long Shadow" was included on the Favorite Free Music of 2015 compiled by Wake the Deaf.  


STUBBORN TINY LIGHTS vs Clustering darkness forever ok?

STLvsCDFok? first gathered in the fall of 2007 in the basement of a commercial building in downtown Waterloo, Iowa. Several meetings occurred where up to 15 people at a time of all different backgrounds would come together to make music. The band eventually narrowed to eight members (including Lindsay Keast on piano) who toured the United States and released two post-rock albums.

STLvsCDFok?'s full-length release "The Infinite Regress" (Future Recordings) received critical acclaim on The Silent Ballet as #20 on the Top 100 Releases in 2010 and the track Sieve Of Eratosthenes was lauded #14 on the Top 50 Tracks of 2010. A portion of the track Familiars was also used in the short film "80/35/10: A Short Documentary About 80/35" released in 2017. STLvsCDFok? eventually disbanded in the summer of 2011 to pursue individual projects and goals. They reconnected for a reunion show in Waterloo, IA in August of 2014 and again in 2019…