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Temporary Sale! A spoon-tastic shirt from Seattle’s Corespondents. Available in adult large, in a yellow and maroon.

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Temporary Sale! Excellent live recordings from the legendary festival. Some of these recordings I have heard more than their respective album versions--they are simply that good.

Mirah, The Mountain Goats, Sleater-Kinney, Bratmobile, The Need, Old Time Relijun, The Microphones, Negativland, and many more.

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Mirah- Engine Heart (Live)

A beautiful reprint of the second issue of Where You From, the zine about hometowns. Various authors (including our own Joshua James Amberson) give their thoughts on where they’re from. And it’s wonderful. A fascinating study of place, home, community, identity, and so much more.

Edited by Hope Amico of the great Keep Loving, Keep Fighting zine and the[ continued ]

Last one! Orchestral math pop, perhaps? Whatever you name it, these seven songs are an absolutely gorgeous combination of cello, wurlitzer, and voices. The latest project from Ephriam Nagler and Jen Grady (Waxfire, Emily Jane White, Adam Stephens). Beautiful cd artwork by Jason Vivona, to boot.

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You Are Plural- Broken Arrow

In this tragically beautiful short-length animated film, we’re given a week through the dream-like eyes of the moon--a depressed gentle giant whose few friends include a pack of wolves, an invisible person, and a boy on a garbage pile in space. Mailmen in hot air balloons, the architecture of teeth, whales, birds, and ghostly clouds all make appearances.

I find this film to be as heart-breaking as it is hilarious, an experience that brings a little more magic into the world...[ continued ]

Our all-time bestselling zine! This is a very small self-care pamphlet by Gina Sarti, who is perhaps the punk rock Sark. It’s fun, concise, and full of little reminders we need all the time.

20 pages, quarter-size (4.25" x 5.5", 108 mm x 140 mm).

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

An introduction, ten acts, and five intermissions preparing for the possible loss of what we have. Guitar, cello, voices, and a ton of little instruments. Indie-chamber-folk, perhaps.

Listen on Bandcamp.

“To sum it up in a short phrase: pure brilliance.” -Fensepost

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Letters- You Make Me Feel (Like the Island Im Not)

Last one + Sale! Joe Capoccia, who’s played in so many great Olympia bands (The Pasties, The Blackberry Bushes, Southern Skies, Oly Mountain Boys, The Pine Hearts, Kite, etc), finally brings us a full length solo effort and it is beyond our wildest expectations. Not the punk or alt-country you might expect, but a nice in between, smart catchy songs that are ready to be played on repeat...[ continued ] Joe Capoccia- The Beach At Night

A classic early Foxdye EP. Foxdye makes music that makes you spaz out, laugh, and swoon. Hand silk-screened packages, stenciled CD, and the second issue of the Sugar and Heartstrings (excuse me, Ravestrings) zine inside.

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Foxdye- Foxdyechek Collision