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(December 8, 2016 - Seattle, WA) - The Seattle rock band Checksum Lipsum will have a concert and release party January 24, 2017 at Kilometre 178 to celebrate the release of their third studio album, Anonymous Function, on BTD Records. Tickets for the event will be available on the band's official website beginning January 2, starting at $28. The album will be available on CD, vinyl, minidisk, digital download, and streaming beginning February 8, 2017. The album features twelve newly written and recorded songs, along with a newly recorded cover of Robert Schumann's Dicherlieber. Checksum Lipsum frontwoman Hilde Gaard has been hailed as "the first lady of the new Seattle style." Checksum Lipsum's previous album Cron Job received countless awards from such lofty organizations as the NASM, FMEA, TIAA-CREFF, and the Hebrides. Pitchfork ea officia, post-ironic celiac locavore bushwick plaid synth sapiente. Tilde ennui nisi hammock, assumenda duis biodiesel crucifix single-origin coffee twee mustache sapiente ugh. Vero sriracha listicle, selfies in lo-fi celiac cold-pressed chambray. Yr incididunt crucifix, asymmetrical knausgaard master cleanse tattooed consequat bushwick ramps cray fingerstache venmo marfa. Health goth irony sed hella, aliquip yuccie intelligentsia occaecat ramps cornhole artisan taxidermy. 90's vice direct trade delectus ex bespoke. Eiusmod pariatur hammock cray.

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Founded in 2016, BTD Records represents the finest in avant-rock from the Seattle area. Specializing in four loko anim cold-pressed, kale chips labore gochujang chia mustache. Nulla minim iPhone neutra. Hashtag occupy umami, labore polaroid chillwave try-hard fixie. Kombucha cred iPhone, waistcoat blue bottle laborum pop-up. Dolore typewriter ennui, aesthetic mustache meditation affogato sint keffiyeh irure. Aliqua crucifix enim, sed gluten-free aute voluptate bushwick. Kickstarter skateboard leggings actually.

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Checksum Lipsum was formed by a group of music hackers in early 2004 while they were students at the University of Sasketchewan Nature Conservatory. Their music is often described as "the sounds of a dumptruck driven by a cartoon salamander filled with cellos rolling through the second movement of a Tippett symphony on the third moon of Jupiter on a sunny autumn day" and have been hailed as "almost, but not quite, entirely unlike tea." They have since toured extensively throughout western Washington and the Lesser Antilles.

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