Kepler
Attic Salt LP

10,00

Product Description

on Oscarson Records

Kepler existed between 1997 and 2006 and broke up,
after bandmember Jeremy Gara changed to Arcade Fire.
Their first two 12” (Fuck Fight Fail and Missionless Days)
were called in one breath with Codeine, Low and Bedhead.
Attic Salt was the last record and took a new direction
(Slowcore to Songcore)
and certainly had a significant influence on bands
such as Broken Social Scene or Apostle of Hustle.

Now for the first time on vinyl.
12” vinyl in beautiful gatefold sleeve,
includes 1 unreleased song.
An elaborately designed booklet (integrated in the cover)
with lyrics and pictures and a gold-hot-foil stamped envelope.

Additional Information

Weight 550 g

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Attic Salt LP”