April Distro Update

New Zines

Fixer Eraser, Vol. 1- Jonas (Cheer the Eff Up) brings us robot prayers, letters, road stories, punk shows, video store stories, A Zinester's Guide to Stupidity, and much more. All the while trying to figure out how to make sense of all the heartbreak and oppression in the world. ($3)
Lvov Zine '15- Teacher comics, indie rock memories, photos from the Sturtevant retrospective, school desk art, and more. From Jack Lewis. ($3)

Back in Stock: A Handy Guide to Home Protection by Moe Bowstern

New Music

Ashley Eriksson- Colours- The solo music of Ashley Eriksson from LAKE (and a voice you might know from the Adventure Time end credits). Undeniably sweet indie pop songs influenced by songwriters like Harry Nilsson, Roger Miller, and Van Dyke Parks. Beautiful second printing! (Cassette Tape)
Divers- Hello Hello- Like The Boss? Like anthemic punk? Let us introduce you to Portland's own Divers. (LP) ($12)
Gossimer- Across That White Plain- Sparse folk songs mingle with chilling electronic ambience. Hauntingly gorgeous. (Cassette + Digital Download) ($6)
Jack Lewis & The Cutoffs- Power-pop story songs from Portland, OR-based singer-songwriter Jack Lewis. Timid graffiti artists, Neil Young, and the Oxford English Dictionary all make appearances in these 11 tales. (CD) ($8)
Lê Almeida- Paraleloplasmos- Fantastic fuzzy pop tunes Brazilian indie rock band Lê Almeida. (Cassette + Digital Download)
RVIVR- Bicker and Breathe EP- Five new ones from the unstoppable force that is RVIVR. (LP) ($12)
Sharkpact- Run- Super catchy, in your face, synth punk from Olympia's Sharkpact. Now on vinyl! (LP) ($12)
Squilll- Daughters of the Earth- The solo music of Lily from the band Parasol. Combining Mount Eerie-esque drone, the folky dreaminess of early Mazzy Star, and the punk sensibilities of Mecca Normal into one amazing album. (Cassette + Digital Download) ($6)

Back in Stock: Sharkpact's Ditches LP

New Paper Goods

Do the Things That Scare You Greeting Card- Designed and printed by Shreya Shah in Oakland, California. ($4)
Ginkgo Leaf Greeting Card- Thinking of you (with the help of ginkgo). Facts about ginkgo's medicinal uses on the back of the card. ($4)
Grow Toward the Light Greeting Card- Chinese lanterns and the power of rhizome root systems. ($4)
Isak Dinesen Greeting Card- "The cure for anything is saltwater--sweat, tears, or the sea." - Isak Dinesen. ($4)


Zinester Trading Cards- Each pack is randomly assorted with nine full-color cards and a sticker of another card. Front of the card shows the person or place, back of the card gives the stats. ($3/pack)

Back in Stock: Drummer Cat Koozies (in preparation for summer) and all the stickers of Deth P. Sun.


-In Antiquated Future Records news: Corespondents have a new video and their new album got reviewed on Cassette Gods.If It Ain't Breakfast Don't Fix It also got a great review on Cassette Gods. And all our tapes are being distro'd by our good buds at K Records.
-This weekend (April 25th & 26th) is the Brooklyn Zine Fest.
-Cecilia C. Perez's Ofrenda Zine Anthology got reviewed through Bitch Media.
-Nick Jaina's Get it While You Can memoir got reviewed in Oregon Humanities magazine and the L.A. Review of Books.
-Gossimer's new album got reviewed on Tiny Mix Tapes.
-Our Seattle pals Mommy Long Legs got written up for KEXP's Song-of-the-Day podcast.
-Olympia folk singer Eleanor Murray is part of a new electronic project called called Cavegreen, which just released their first album and got a nice review on Secretly Important.
-And the dear folks at 1984 Printing are raising money to get back on their feet after a fire spread to their warehouse and burned many thousands of dollars of projects. If you're able to lend a hand, you can contribute at GoFundMe.

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