8-Track Mind never fails to disappoint and has the ability to make you think about something as seemingly simple as music formats as something expansive, something that carries over into other aspects of life. It even includes an essay from our own Joshua James Amberson.
A four song 7" from Phoenix's Dogbreth. With healthy nods to Superchunk and Good Luck, these are four catchy pop punk/power pop anthems. Half-Gifts, Issue 4- Jude Noel (Zine) ($3)Music reviews, interviews, and even an old school indie rock crossword.Heavy Hangs the Head- Taryn Hipp (Book) ($10)The first book from long-running zinester Taryn Hipp (Sub Rosa, Lady Teeth). A well-written rollercoaster with the best author photo in the world.
Within: the many different types of communal living, the economic and social benefits, how to start one or join one, how to use consensus decision making, and how to make one last. Mood Music- Upside Drown (CD) ($12)
Late night spontaneous weddings mix with mental health concerns and environmental harm. Communal living and relationships, an interview with Northwest fashion designer Alice Renner, DIY heartbreak kits, Steinbeck's boat sinking, faking nothing.
*Support musician/performance artist Poppet as she Kickstarts her first full length album. A lot of work went into this and there's a lot of amazing and creative incentives for donating to the project.
*And congrats to Rad Dad on raising over four grand on their relaunch campaign. We hope this amazing publication can reach an even bigger audience because of it.