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Addicting lo-fi bedroom pop that runs the gamut. Stripped down folk to walls of sound, all offering a different sort of unnameable nostalgia.

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Last copy! Cock and Swan's wash of synths and bass heaviness mix with sparse acoustic guitars to create something that is the best of so many genres.

Unrecognize finds them coming out of their lo-fi shell and having beats that blow your mind. Plus hypnotizing story songs and so much more.

This is such a deal, too. Not only do you get one of the best albums of the last few years, but you get it on vinyl and CD (plus two digital download codes!), all for ten bucks...[ continued ] Cock and Swan- One Hundred

Corespondents
Ur $10.00

Seattle’s Corespondents are a whirlwind. Three superb musicians who span the musical map- from western swing to Bollywood steel and a good many things in between. They have a magical quality of appealing to just about everybody without fitting nicely into a style, often being pretty weird, and not having a singer.

This album is the perfect album for a good many situations- dinner parties, acid trips, movie sequences, road trips, and the like...[ continued ] Corespondents- Demon Mustache

Live garage-rocky pop-punk from Western Massachusetts' Dump Him. 

Released on Olympia's Reflective Tapes. Listen on Bandcamp.

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Beautiful beach party melancholy from Will Sprott of The Mumlers. Backed by Colleen Johnson (Silver Shadows, Upside Drown), Rosie Steffy (Upside Drown, Ladeeda), Evan Hashi (Little Angry, Shaggy Sample), and many more all-stars. Highly recommended!

Available on limited edition yellow cassettes or on CD in blue slipcase. Put out by Hairdo Records.

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Last copy! Six songs about friends, family, death, and the end of the world. A good fit for fans of the post-apocolyptic drone of Mount Eerie, the dark story songs of David Thomas Broughton, and the wandering folk-pop of Adrian Orange.

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Electrician- The Tree Line Receded

Every time Philly avant-pop genius Kate Ferencz releases something, we at Antiquated Future freak out. What Was the World, Ferencz's latest, is yet another stunning work of oddball anthems about the devil, enemies, and heaven. And with producer Height Keech providing the beats, it's a whole new take on the Kate Ferencz sound.

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Last two copies before it goes out of print! The first EP from The Washboard Abs. Whateverland is a collection of brilliant lo-fi bedroom-folk and garage pop.

Released on Slovakian tape label Z Tapes. Listen on Bandcamp.

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Hedia
Wool $8.00

Sparse and slight, but also sprawling and generous, Hedia's ambient chamber pieces are gifts, through and through. Employing a wide range of instruments to create its soundscape magic—piano, viola da gamba, cello, brass instruments, guitars, cassette tapes. The side project of Bryce Hample of Reighnbeau.

Released on Unknown Tone Records. Listen on Bandcamp...[ continued ]

WAV Fuzz
WVZ $12.00

Skirting the ethereal sidelines of house and techno, Portland's WAV Fuzz makes dreams you can dance to. On WVZ, the first physical release from Portland's Bed of Roses crew, he brings two otherworldly party starters. Remixes from proto-house producer Moon B and the warm analog of Vertical6 on the B-side.

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