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Braeyden Jae's sweeping waves of static, hiss, and buried melody meet Ant'lrd's manipulated field recordings and deconstructed church organs. A very fine tape of ambient-drone bliss.

Released on Whited Sepulchre Records. Listen on Bandcamp.

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Last copy! Fabulous queer lo-fi glam pop from Violet Mice.

Released on Athletic Tapes. Listen on Bandcamp.

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The first issue of Fred Thomas' Balcony, a highly enjoyable take on the now-rare music-focused variety zine. Balcony is a joy. The brilliant opening essay (on the naming of zines and bands and season three of Jersey Shore) brought me back to a golden era of zines that I often long for, and the rest of the zine stays on this bright path with a short history of post-punk, a list, and an interview with sound artist Andrea Pensado...[ continued ]

The 41st issue of Sugar Needle, the zine of oddball candy reviews that's reliably a real good time. Within: scorched rice, wagon wheels, Italian apertifs, bee-berry honey caramel chocolates, jujube nougat, and much more.

16 pages, tall quarter legal-size.

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Last copy! In the second issue of Selfish, 30 women explore identity through a wide variety of mediums and stories. Mostly-memoir pieces on hair plucking, vagina facials, blood work, and living between racial identities. Plus: Blind contour drawings, a video still, embroideries, oil paintings, and photographs (including Lenae Day's excellent "Wig Emporium USA" spread).

80 pages, full color throughout...[ continued ]

The Mapping Out Utopia zine series is stunning in the depth of its research and the way it examines local history as a microcosm of broad societal change. In this, the third and final issue, Devin looks at communities near the Boston area and the kinds of counterculture organizations that formed there in the 1970s. While mapping these organizations and their histories, he also provides brief histories of the environmental movement, corporate boycotts, consumer rights, the peace movement, food cooperatives, and so much more...[ continued ]

A tribute album to lo-fi bedroom folk pioneer Linda Smith. A much-deserved 19-track compilation with covers and interpretations from Rose Melberg, Christina Scheneider, Silly Pillows, Keel Her, and many more.

Released on Lost Sound Tapes. Listen on Bandcamp.

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Selections from the long-running zine Tazewell’s Favorite Eccentric, collected into one smartly-designed paperback book.

Within: "growing up poor, queer and lonely in a conservative small town in Virginia, building and losing communities and friendships, loss, abusive relationships, survival, balloon artistry, and finding hope and love."

172 pages, tall trade paperback...[ continued ]