Cult Love Sound Tapes Announce Compilation Album

Tulsa is home to more than The Tulsa Sound. A variety of subgenres make up Tulsa’s thriving underground music scene. From harsh noise to hip hop, indie to punk rock, Cult Love Sound Tapes has a hand in all the sounds of the underground. The collective was started by Natty Gray and George Christ, later adding Lauren Drummond to the leadership. They focus on physical releases of local and international artists, collaborations with other brands, bringing Tulsa to the world, and bringing the world to Tulsa.

This April, Cult Love will continue its series on Tulsa music with Cult Love & Friends Vol. 2. This album is a follow-up to their 2020 release, Cult Love & Friends Vol 1, and will feature artists from Tulsa and includes new and exclusive tracks from many of the bands. Artists announced so far include Zunis, Heartwerk, Graveyard Party, Rainbeaux, Kalup Linzy, and St. Dominick.

“With over twenty different Tulsa artists on it, we’re even more excited about the release of the second volume of the Cult Love & Friends compilation than we were the first,” says Drummond. “We have an incredible amount of talent on volume two and we feel that it really showcases the diversity of the creative community of the city.”

Cult Love & Friends Vol 2 is out April 3 on cassette and digitally. For more information about the collective, visit

In case you missed it, check out Natty Gray’s Press Play OK interview.

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