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The issue that started this well-loved series of cat-themed zine word parties. Five pieces excerpted from Katie Haegele's cat memoir, Cats I've Known. 

32 pages, half-letter size.

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A short memoir about starting a short-lived bookstore, and lifelong relationship with books told in the span of a few pages. Plus true tales about a cabin and a dream machine.

20 pages, half-letter size.

A little logbook zine meant to be used as a "radio diary." Meant to keep a record of radio stations (be they shortwave, AM, FM, or online), so that you can remember to follow-up with each. It also leaves a space, and gives a little primer, to QSL cards and offers a chance to start collecting.

12 pages, half-letter size.

A re-release of Land & Buildings' early album Hibiscus, that's "Equal parts isolated mountain music, minimalist composition breezes and Zuckerzeit-era Cluster, these songs sound very much like the seedlings they are."

Released on Life Like.

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Anyone who's followed Antiquated Future knows we love weirdo spoken word music. From Tapestry to Aboriginal Flowers to Hecka Ar, we've carried and released albums that push the bounds of music and poetry since the get-go. That's why we're thrilled to carry the new release from Emily Roll that continues the wild, graphic word-art that she's been until-now making under the name Haunted.

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Two vastly different takes on what ambient synth music can sound like. 

Released on Life Like.

High-quality experimental mood pieces for trumpet, violin, synthesizer, drum machine, and flute. 

Released on Life Like. Listen on Bandcamp.

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The new LP from Portland duo Lore City. Weighted and ethereal, heavy and light. Reminiscent of classic 4AD artists like Dead Can Dance, Cocteau Twins, and This Mortal Coil. Add in the more psych side of Mazzy Star, and you might have Alchemical Task.

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The newest zine from Nomadic Youth, a London-based DIY youth project that provides free pop-up activities to teenagers across the city and supports youth activism and mutual aid. This small art zine celebrates Pride and the Black Lives Matter movement with 11 pieces of art by young people of color and/or young people who are LGBT+. 

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In How Are You?, Moe Bowstern reviews cancer. What comes out of these "reviews" is a tale of being changed—feeling different on a fundamental level and not being able to explain it to anyone. The zine is real, sad, hilarious, and wise as all hell. 

"One of the more exciting experiences we can have as human beings is almost dying," Moe writes. "Brushes with death don't need to be all that close to have a tremendous impact on our psyches, reminding us the close line we walk between the worlds at all times...[ continued ]