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Artist: YETI
Title: #10
Format: Book/CD
Label: Yeti
Country: USA
Price: $11.00
"Inside the book: 36-pages from Internet monsters Everything Is Terrible!; interviews with musician Robert Scott (the Clean, the Bats) and writer Amelia Gray; music profiles of S. Flas finest, The Jacuzzi Boys, and UK 90s cult band Disco Inferno; fiction by Stacey Levine; photographs by Ted Barron and Gracie Remington; art by Saul Chernick, Pavel Tchelitchew, Cassie Ramone, Ilyas Ahmed.        On the CD: Noveller, Ô Paon, Alkibar Gignor, the Weeds, Electric Blood, the Clean, the Bats, Robert Scott, Jousting Vandals, Joan + Anthony, Heavenly Dreamers, Jacuzzi Boys, Abba Ag Gargando, Daniel Kroha, the Gories, Derek Monypeny, Orca Team, the Golden Hours, the Babies, Cheikh Ag Mohammed, Starving Weirdos, and V>L>A>D>R>M (Viva LAmerican Death Ray Music)." 180 pages, 6" x 9" book, $11.95 cover price.

Artist: YETI
Title: #11
Format: Book/CD
Label: Yeti
Country: USA
Price: $11.00
"Inside the book youll find: an absolutely stunning 22-page comic by Victor Kerlow; an archival (1978) interview with Joe Brainard by Anne Waldman that is just so deliriously great I cannot tell you; many lovely pages of Polaroids taken in Ethiopia last year by genius filmmaker/ethnographer/musician Olivia Wyatt; New Zealander Roy Montgomery interviewed by Portlander Liz Harris AKA Grouper (who is such a great interviewer, wow); short fiction by R. Foggo and Kimberly Parko; new photography by Portlands Megan Holmes; a selection of rare posters from the Situationist-inspired uprisings in France in May 1968. Plus a lengthy look at Spencer from the Skaters and a really in-depth interview with drone master Phill Niblock and finally, Brian Chippendale talks to Ian Johnson about If N Oof and Lightning Bolt. On the CD there are 12 tracks, all rare/unreleased from the heavy electro space boogie of White Rainbow to the crazed and cool song-cycle by Brooklyns Happy New Year, and a brilliant and creepy and long thing from Oneida, plus this Phill Niblock piece is ridiculously good. Other artists on the CD are Roy Montgomery, Gospel Creators, Snake Hole, Golden Retriever, Sloppy Heads, Atole, Johnita and Joyce Collins, plus finally this incredible recording of syncopated panpipes from the Dirashi tribe of Ethiopia by Olivia Wyatt." -Yeti

Artist: YETI
Title: #12
Format: Mag + 7"
Label: Yeti
Country: USA
Price: $14.00
"New Yeti format: the 7 inch includes Groupers cover of Dead Moons "Demona." "The first issue in the new format: 8" square with a hard-vinyl 7" stapled inside the back cover. On the hard-vinyl 7" EP: Four archival, killer, never before heard songs: Mississippi Fred Mcdowell (two unreleased 1959 Lomax recordings). The Tiki Mens blown-out cover of Duane Eddys First Love, First Tears, ca. 1994. Plus a new recording by dreampop slayer grouper of Dead Moons Demona, recorded just the other month! Inside the 8" by 8" book: Awesome cover by Carson Ellis. Portfolio of photographs from Alan Lomax Archives ca. his 1959 Southern Journey. Translator/poet Margarita Shalinas personal look at the NYC 1980s hardcore punk scene (she was there, man). Kim Spurlocks heavily annotated trove of Neal Cassady ephemera. Jamaican Gospel 7" label scans. Great drawings by Tim Miller, James Trotter and Jana Cleveland. Killer photos by Nina Dudoladova of Long-Abandoned Forts in Kaliningrad, Russia. A monumental, look at the work of Sacramento, CAs forgotten 90s surf band the Tiki Men. An interview with translator and author Susan Bernofsky (best-known for her work with Robert Walser). A great story by Mimi Lipson. Image-heavy interview by Chris Kirkley (Sahel Sounds) with contemporary African sign-painter Thiam Bellou."" -Yeti

Artist: YETI
Title: #7
Format: Mag/CD
Label: Yeti
Country: USA
Price: $12.00
Book + CD; 196 pages, 6" x 9" book. "On the 80-minute CD, there is rare and previously unreleased music from: Grouper, Abner Jay, Dum Dum Girls, Wooden Shjips, Dutchess and the Duke, Jacuzzi Boys, Great Unwashed, Nodzzz, Zola Jesus, Crystal Stilts (their cover of the Velvets very fun Temptation Inside Your Heart), Finally Punk, 39 Clocks, the Bible Aires Spiritual Singers, Fresh + Onlys, Moon Duo (an awesome W. Shjips offshoot band), Explode Into Colors, Limes, Eternal Tapestry, Woods, Christmas Island, some Jamaican gospel -- and yes, even more. Its probably the best CD weve ever done. And inside the 196-page perfect-bound book: interviews with artist Jim Woodring, author Lynne Tillman, SF-based band the Nodzzz, author and screenwriter Rudy Wurlitzer, also SF-based band the Wooden Shjips, and fiction by Mimi Lipson. Plus a look at Joe Brainards remarkable cover illustration and design, a rare manuscript by Abner Jay detailing his time at the antebellum-fetishizing Stephen Foster Center in Florida, Grouper talking to Ilyas Ahmed, an account of the life and work of poet and educator Nancy Dupree, comics drawn by clients at Portlands Full Life center for developmentally disabled adults (who were given 14 pages to create new work), drawings by J. Bradley Earl of Woods/ Woodsist/ Fuck It Tapes, and a look at the collaborative music of Black Twig Pickers and Jack Rose. Contributors include Erik Davis, Doug Elliott, Justin Farrar, Ross Simonini, Sara Jaffe, Kevin Elliott, Jesse Studenberg, and Michael Neault. The lovely cover is a detail from a new painting by Mingering Mike (image of Pres. Obama as a boxer) plus reproductions of his new Obama-themed works inside. Other art includes full-page illustrations by Tara Sinn, E*Rock, Mark Weakley, Pedro Lourenco, Forrest Martin, Jess Fogel, Sylvie Spencer, and Susan Wilmarth." - Yeti

Artist: YETI
Title: #8
Format: Book/CD
Label: Yeti
Country: USA
Price: $11.00
"Book + CD; 196 pages, 6" x "9" book, $11.95 cover price. On the CD: rare/previously unreleased music from: Ty Segall, Woven Bones, Fergus + Geronimo, Zola Jesus, Aran Ruth, Vaselines, Little Claw, Tyvek, Evan Miller, Pigeons, Pete Swanson, Mantles, Jim Dickinson, the Splinters, Brown Recluse, Neverever, Gospel Songbirds, Limes, Bishop Perry Tillis, Inca Ore, Vampire Hands, Myelin Sheaths, the Moles. Inside the book: Interviews with Explode into Colors and Zola Jesus; famed musician/producer Jim Dickinson recalls growing up playing music in the segregated South, and how its changed; a new look at the instruments Harry Partch created (with many full-page photos); the story of the unreleased album Johnny Mathis and Chic made together; extended interview with composer Eliane Radigue; Olivier Malosses photographs of abandoned Japanese amusement parks; Amos Harveys interview with the multiple personalities assumed by gospel-blues great Bishop Perry Tillis; visual work by Nicole Eriko Smith and Andrew Neyer; and the hand-built noise instruments of Flower Electronics and King Capitol Punishment." -Yeti

Artist: YETI
Title: #9
Format: Book/CD
Label: Yeti
Country: USA
Price: $11.00
"On the CD: All rare/unreleased music, lots of raw wonderful stuff this time out, including Indian music from 78s selected by Rob Millis and three Pip Proud songs never on CD before. Artists include: Fantastic Palace, The Art Museums, Ko + Friends, Pip Proud, Bobby Charles, Rhythmical Wright Singers, Rev. Lonnie Farris, Bishop R. Mcdaniel, Puppy Hearts, Aias, Arrington De Dionysos Malaikat Dan Singa, Teenage Panzerkorps, US Girls, Geoff Soule, Vak Ranga Rao, Mukesh, Tiruvasanaliur Narayanasami Iyer, Sembannarkovil Ramaswamy Pillay, Spencer Moody, Plankton Wat, Reading Rainbow, Human Eye, X-Ray Eyeballs, Arrington De Dionysos Malaikat Dan Singa, Modern Women, Marisa Anderson. Lengthy interview with groundbreaking artist Bruce Conner, done for the Smithsonian in the early 1970s; Photos and text forming a kind of tour diary by your favorite member of Speedy & the Castanets, Dean Wareham; Two archival interviews with electronics pioneer Maryanne Amacher; Pip Proud in the 1960s: Excerpt from ex-Cannane David Nichols forthcoming massive history of Australian rock on the bizarre, whispery, often revelatory work of Mr. Proud; Reprints from Tuli Kupferbergs wonderful self-published Birth Press titles from the 1960s; Some very awesome comics from the talented Brooklyn-ite Lizz Hickey; Erik Davis talks to our favorite contemporary British folkie Alasdair Roberts; New drawings by intrepid artist/musician Arrington De Dionyso; Short story by the very talented Kingston, NY resident Mimi Lipson;: A sort-of comic done by Beatriz Monteavaro just for Yeti; Vak Ranga Rao: Groovy article about a collector of Indian music 78s, image-heavy and sweet, by Rob Millis; Another comic done just for Yeti, this one by James Turek -- we are very lucky; Previously unpublished translation of under-known South American writer Joaquin V. Gonzalez; Recent works on paper by Portland, OR-based artist Alisha Wessler." - Yeti. 192 pages, 6" x 9" book, $11.95 cover price.

Artist: YETI
Title: Issue #13
Format: Mag + 7"
Label: Yeti
Country: USA
Price: $14.00
"Yeti returns with a new issue featuring great stuff like groovy posters from Christchurch, New Zealand in the 60s, designed by STUART PAGE of AXEMEN; a lengthy oral history of CODEINE, recent paintings by DAVIDMORENO, surrealist writer GISELE PRASSINOS, a FURSAXA interview, collages by ILYAS AHMED, comics, fiction, and a tone more. Includes a bonus 7-inch with tracks from GREAT UNWASHED, MOON DUO, TRYPES, and KAREN DALTON-none of which have been released on vinyl before. 8-inch square format, full-color wrap-around cover. 192 pages." -Yeti.

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