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Music

Last copy! A Why the Tapes Play compilation from the "haze of the cassette revolution." Home recorded music from the 1980s and 1990s stretching from bedroom pop to long-form ambient to lo-fi electronic.

Featuring sounds by KDA, Eric Gaffney & Friends, Nightcrawlers, Heather Perkins, Linda Smith, James T. Rao (of Orange Cake Mix), Kathy King, and Mark Kisinger.

An hour and twenty of minutes of awesomeness! Beautifully designed CDR in DVD case with insert...[ continued ]

A tribute to the late, great writer Richard Brautigan. Eight songs by a wide variety of artists (from folk to wild noise-pop) about Brautigan and his work.

Music from: Marble Tea, Green Circles, The Sound of the Ladies, Treecreeper, stephanmccains, Georgia Ruth, James Murray, and The Lovely Eggs.

Hand-stamped, hand-painted bradpaks. Includes two hand-mimeographed poems by Brautigan and an original hand-typed poem by NanSea Griggs...[ continued ]

A split between Spain's Static Savant and Hungary's Black Hill. Folky post-rock instrumentals, bedroom folk, and some unforeseen surprises.

A clear cassette in a jewelry pouch with a gorgeous insert (pictured). Limited edition of 30 copies. Another winner from Why the Tapes Play.

Semi-tropical post-rock instrumentals from Hungary's Silent Island (István Csarnogurszky of Black Hill) and folk-pop songs from Newfoundman.

Stunning packaging! Comes in a small printed box with vellum slip cover, insert inside. Why the Tapes Play.