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The reissue of Big Butter's 1989 weirdo classic, Brainsled. Mixing elements of drone, psych, free jazz, early synth music, sound collage, Minutemen-esque punk, and odd pop.

Running since 1986 and still going today, Big Butter is the project of two brothers. They were once on the roster The Residents' Ralph Records (if that gives you some idea of what you're in for).

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The long-running That Girl zine is back. Issue 16 is a series of memoir pieces about coming of age in Los Angeles in 1990 and '91. Dating a street punk, going on adventures, seeing Sonic Youth and Nirvana, caught in the middle of warring counterculture scenes, graduating high school, and so much more.

36 pages, half-letter size, sewn binding.

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

Listen on Bandcamp.

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Long one of Portland's best kept secrets, Half Shadow makes dream narratives into softly psychedelic minimalist dark-folk anthems. The long-running project of Jesse Carsten (Aboriginal Flowers, Memory Boys), Dream Weather Its Electric Song is a carefully thought-out work (dare we say masterpiece?) of poetic devotionals to the natural world, the subconscious, other realms.

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​Last two copies! Comics about being in the snow. Drawings and photos of spring. A fold-out cover with facts about lesser-spotted dogfish. The companion comics scrapbook to Simon Moreton's epic Minor Leagues series. 

40 pages, quarter-size.

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An art zine in tribute to the women of country music. Gorgeous, lush illustrations from the one-and-only Bijou Karman. Some of the greatest voices in country, complete with song recommendations, origins. A wonderful gift. 

16 pages, A5-size.

From Aj Michel of the great Syndicate Product zine, I've Worn All the Shirts in the Drawer is a daily diary of quarantine by way of t-shirts. Photos of shirts accompanied by their stories, and a day-by-day account of watching the world crumble. Bleak fun, fandom, and the mundane.

"As the days piled up, I wrote less about the shirts and more about pushing through the days," Aj writes, "what worried, disgusted, and frightened me...[ continued ]