Suicide Jumps To Touch & Go

Seattle-based independent rock label Suicide Squeeze has signed a distribution deal with Chicago-based Touch & Go, whose releases are picked up for wider reach by New York-based Alternative Distri

Seattle-based independent rock label Suicide Squeeze has signed a distribution deal with Chicago-based Touch & Go, whose releases are picked up for wider reach by New York-based Alternative Distribution Alliance.

Suicide Squeeze was previously distributed by Sacramento, Calif.-based Mordam, which goes through Caroline Distribution.

Suicide Squeeze was founded in 1996 to release a single from 764-Hero. Since then, the label has amassed a catalog that includes singles from Modest Mouse, Elliott Smith and the Unicorns and full-lengths from the likes of We Ragazzi and the Magic Magicians.

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