New for October

New Zines

I Love Bad Movies #6- Writers, artists, comedians, and film nerds take on the subject of food in film. Twenty-eight movies are reviewed in-depth, odd stills, fine illustrations and comics ensue. ($5)
Last Night at the Casino #9- A thick issue of LNatC, piles of stories. Dress shoes, co-workers, pressing bets, drawings by Chris Pernula (of Moral Fiber zine). ($3)

Back in Stock: both issues of 8-Track Mind, all issues of I Love Bad Movies, all in-print issues of Basic Paper Airplane, and more of the (super fast selling) latest issues ofSomnambulist and Caboose.

New Planners and Calendars
2015 Justseeds & Eberhardt Press Organizer (Large Size)- A perennial bestseller. This collaboration between the Justseeds Artists' Cooperative and Eberhardt Press is a stunning pocket planner, unlike any other. ($12)
2015 Justseeds & Eberhardt Press Organizer (Pocket Size)- The 2015 Organizer, in pocket size. There's a limited run of these this year, so get them while you can! ($8)
2015 Moon Calendar- A journal of the seasons, in wall calendar form. The changing natural world, the daily phases of the moon, and the astrological signs it passes through. ($12)

New Magazines
She Shreds #5- The women of Mariachi rewrite a machismo-heavy history. Interviews with Edna Vasquez, Gariela Quintero. Warpaint, Mirah, and more. ($7)
She Shreds #6- 50 influential guitarists of the '90s, Shonen Knife, feminist magazine history, and so much more. ($7)

New Music
Appalachian Yard Art- Feel Gud Tunes- On Feel Gud Tunes, Seattle (by way of Athens) duo Appalachian Yard Art throw the folk out of their psych and prove themselves masters of the space jam. (Cassette Tape) ($5)
Appalachian Yard Art- Fiery Little Bits- Picking up where Green Glass left off, Seattle's Appalachian Yard Art bring us two ten minute epics of psych-folk goodness. (Cassette Tape) ($5)
Tucker Theodore- Kill and Dress- Demons being exorcised and caught on tape. Pop melodies covered with layers of grit. Bedroom classic rock, experimental folk, tape machine noise. An Inanambulance Recordings/Antiquated Future Records split release. (LP + Digital Download) ($15)

New Paper Goods
Bike Riding Pocket Journal- A nice ride. In pocket journal form. ($2)
Moving Ever Forward Postcard- Into the future. A letterpressed postcard by Hope Amico. ($3)
You Can Do Anything Postcard- Sensibly open to possibility. A letterpressed postcard by Hope Amico. ($3)

New Stickers
Dream Terrarium Sticker- Terrarium dreaming. ($1)
Floating Island Sticker- Hanging out on a floating island. No big deal. ($1)
I See it All Sticker- Good eyes. ($1)
Loving You Sticker- A book called Lovin' You in a tiny house in some mountains somewhere. ($1)
Pumpkin Patch Sticker- Ghosts hanging out with pumpkins. And a black cat. ($1)

Back in Stock: The Dream Terrarium Tote Bag from the artist behind all these stickers, Deth P. Sun.

New Books
This is the Inferno- Book artist Christopher Kardambikis turns the streets and cityscapes of Los Angeles into the surface of the sun. ($20)

Free Downloads
Tapestry- Lassen (an out of print Antiquated Future release, now available as "pay what you can" on our Bandcamp.)

*Craven Rock has another great article on zines and zine culture on The Monarch Review.
*Our buddy, comedian and writer Zach Mandeville, was recently the special guest on Calvin Johnson and Ian Vanek (of Japanther)'s Pink Elephant's Graveyard podcast.
*Rad Dad Magazine has just a couple weeks left on their Kickstarter! Really great folks who you should definitely support if you can.
*Our friend, and former Letters vocalist C.E. Ostra recently released a sci-fi book on Amapolaris Press.
*Tucker Theodore's new album has already gotten glowing reviews on the German music site Das Klienicum and on Lung Cycles.
*Mega Bog's new video premiered on CMJ this week. Check it out and read below the video for a hilarious interview with singer Erin Birgy.
*And lastly, we'd like to pay tribute to Olympia poet Craig Oare who passed away this week. He was a dear friend and a great supporter of artists in the Northwest and beyond (He was also the very first person to place an order with us six years ago). A great human, environmental activist, and writer. He will be seriously missed.

Until next time,

Joshua James & Chask'e
Antiquated Future

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