Last copy! The return of our long-running compilation series! Featuring twenty-two previously unreleased songs by under-appreciated artists from the Pacific Northwest and beyond.
Cover art by Ariel Birks, covers printed by Eberhardt Press. Comes with digital download code, track listing, and liner notes. Hand-stamped second edition of 100 copies. [ continued ]Upside Drown- Dead Phones
Long-form ambient works from Denver minimalist artist Sister Grotto and Salt Lake City's Braeyden Jae. Guitars, tape sounds, bass tones, plenty of pedals. Slow soft-gaze. Hypnotic heartbreak.
For fans of early Eluvium and the melodic drones of Grouper and Mount Eerie.
Recorded at Rhinoceropolis. Printed on metallic gold cassettes. Comes with digital download code.
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A collection of songs written about different books from feminist book publisher Emily Books. Released on Antiquated Future Records in the form of a 12-page half-letter sized zine of lyrics with digital download code.
Hand-numbered first edition of 25 copies. Listen on Bandcamp.[ continued ] Sara Renberg- Drops
Seattle's Appalachian Yard Art has been building an impressive catalog of lo-fi psych folk oddities over the last few years. Fussy is their most concise and unified effort so far—nine surprising, noisy, and often sublime songs. Minimalist outsider mini-epics.
Released on Antiquated Future Records. Listen on Bandcamp...[ continued ]Appalachian Yard Art- Dogwhistle
An intimate EP of home recorded, jazz-infused folk songs.
The first printing of 100 red-shelled cassettes. Released on Antiquated Future Records.
Listen on Bandcamp.
"Her lyrics and vocals are as spot on as ever, vivid and poetic, her vocals manage the rare feat of being both airy and yet powerful and grounded...[ continued ]Eleanor Murray- Lion
Demons being exorcised and caught on tape. Pop melodies covered with layers of grit. Bedroom classic rock, experimental folk, tape machine noise.
Covers hand glued, razor bladed, and otherwise destroyed by the artist. On marble vinyl. An Antiquated Future Records/Inanambulance collaborative release.
Listen on Bandcamp...[ continued ]Tucker Theodore- Love, The Sun Explode
The full-length debut from Oakland duo, Upside Drown. Taking retro pop and bringing it into the metaphysical--imagery of magic and nature disguised as catchy love songs, fairytales and mythology as piano ballads. Nine songs too good to easily fit in your hands (bigger than that).
Featuring members of Flying Circles, Silver Shadows, Polka Dot Dot Dot, Twig Palace, The Mumlers, La Dee Da, and Tall Grass...[ continued ]Upside Drown- Go
Colleen Johnson (of Silver Shadows), Evan Hashi (of Shaggy Sample), and Preston Bryant (of AJJ) combine to make angular post-punk pop ecstasy.
The first printing on clear-shelled cassettes. Listen on Bandcamp.
"a near-perfect rock record" - Justin Spicer, Tiny Mix Tapes' Cerberus
"Sporting the usual angularity of post-punk's guitar lineage, they add in various other rhythmic elements until the mix is so wonderfully disparate that influences seem to be thrown out the window and the band appears to be operating on pure inspiration...[ continued ]Flying Circles- Dayglo Queen
With a charming deadpan, Portland, Oregon artist Sara Renberg tells absurdist story songs. It's smart, understated indie pop with a sense of humor. Recorded by Ephriam Nagler at K Records' Dub Narcotic Studio.
On blue cassettes with hand-typed lables, insert, and digital download code. Cover art by Martha Grover (Somnambulist, One More for the People). Released on Antiquated Future Records...[ continued ]Sara Renberg- Assimilation Blues
Psych-folk cabaret from the mind of Olympia composer Jeff Shannon. Surprising arrangements and dream logic lyrics in soundscapes of uncommon textures. Sinisterly absurd. Infectiously unusual.
Hand-stamped covers with a hand-cut stamp by Jillian Chaplain. Tapes are protected with a (removable) bandage. Paper insert with short poetic-prose essay on the There Will Be Casualties concept (emotional bandages, the armor of habitual protection, a mask of disguise or defense)...[ continued ]