Seattle Weekly

There are plenty of ways to find out about new or otherwise obscure music in Seattle and beyond, but it’s a select, wise few who know to pick up Levi Fuller’s unassuming compilation CD, Ball of Wax Audio Quarterly, when a new edition comes out every three months. The  case is made of chipboard and silk-screened with a minimalist design of circles (a play on the Ball of Wax theme), and the songs come in CD-R format. But this humble yet visually appealing homemade packaging contains one of the best ways for interested Seattleites to discover new or unsung local and national bands. You can order the compilations online  (out-of-print back issues are available for free download), but the best way to get a copy is at the Ball of Wax CD release shows; these take place at the Sunset Tavern, and the cover charge, $7, includes a copy of the CD.


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