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Sale! A perennial bestseller. This collaboration between the Justseeds Artists' Cooperative and Eberhardt Press is a stunning pocket planner, unlike any other. Each month features a full-color, politically-minded spread from a different Justseeds artist and each week is cleanly laid out as a two-page spread, leaving plenty of room to write.

Plus: A gorgeous lunar phase calendar, 2020-at-a-glance, title page, table of contents, and a notes section at the back...[ continued ]

Sale! The lunar phases among night-blooming flowers (Queen of the Night, Nicotiana, Moon Flower, Four O'Clocks, and Angel's Trumpet). Designed and illustrated by Nina and Sonya Montenegro of The Far Woods. Moon phases and dates of new, first quarter, full, and third quarter are depicted for each month and calibrated for the Northern Hemisphere. 

11" x 17", offset lithograph, metallic gold ink on 80# black linen cover stock...[ continued ]

From ace percussionist Lisa Schonberg (Secret Drum Band, Kickball, Explode Into Colors) comes UAU: Music for percussion // Soundscapes and Ant Acoustics of the Brazilian Amazon, a song cycle made at "the intersection of art, ecology, entomology, and bioacoustics." It's as cool as it sounds.

Listen on Bandcamp...[ continued ]

A heartfelt, compact zine from Jonas (Fixer Eraser, We the Drowned, a million other great zine series). Well worth the dollar (we promise).

24 pages, half-letter size.

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Cute ghosts, black cat, pumpkin patch. From the one-and-only Deth P. Sun.

4"x4" one-color vinyl stickers. 
 

Adam Lipman's The Slouch is an absolute gem of low-key indie rock. A casual croon over warm tones, a rhythm section moseying sweetly along, feeling good. Musical contributions from David-Ivar Herman Düne and Franklin Bruno (Nothing Painted Blue, The Extra Lens). For fans of Jason Molina, Kath Bloom, Spenking, Thanksgiving.

Cassette Store Day limited edition of 150. Released on the great Shrimper Records...[ continued ]

It's finally here: the new zine from our all-time best-selling zinester, Gina Sarti! Welcome to DRIVEL, her new zine series, an old-school variety zine in all its glory. You never know what you're going to get when you turn the page! It's fun. This first issue is broadly themed around all things new.

Within: new words, new homes, new calls to action, new motivations. In-depth interviews with new loves and new friends...[ continued ]

(Last copy!) How Restaurants Work is an art zine about working restaurant jobs. As Sarah says in the introduction, it's "an elegy, a eulogy, and a damnation...It is a zine about how the people whose work is to feed you get through their days while working to feed you."

Weird food photos, strange receipts, and words about the reality and injustices of food service.

Full color...[ continued ]

Hay, high chairs, salt mines, forsythia, dried flowers, things on fire. All of this and more in the latest issue of Incandescent, our favorite photography journal.

Featuring work from: Emerald Arguelles, Ben Carroll, Sean Carroll, Fergus Coyle, Harlan Crichton, Jordan Delawder, Magnus Holmes, Roslyn Julia, Zoie Kasper, Dana Marks, Michaela Nagyidaiová, Mark Newton, Olivia Indigo Page, Ryan Parker, Emily Sheffer, Reinier Treur, Matt Williams, and Kevin Williamson...[ continued ]

Nineteen songs from the first seven years of our label. Slightly-skewed pop, indie rock, lo-fi folk, oddball electronic, and soundscape wizardry. 

Songs from: Little Angry & The Sweets, Corespondents, Flying Circles, Guidon Bear, If It Ain't Breakfast Don't Fix It, Reighnbeau, The Washboard Abs, Advrb, Upside Drown, Sara Renberg, Midwife, Pleasure Systems, Blindfolder, David Thomas Broughton, Appalachian Yard Art, Jordan O'Jordan, Tucker Theodore, Indira Valey, Eleanor Murray...[ continued ]