INDIE

This genre used to be called "underground," then "progressive", then "alternative rock" then "indie rock" and now it's just called "indie". And really, it's not a genre.

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  1. Saint Morrissey

    Saint Morrissey: A Portrait of This Charming Man by an Alarming Fan

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    There is no other contemporary artist who is so famously difficult, so seemingly enigmatic, and so passionately loved by his fans as Morrissey. Learn More
  2. Shonen Knife Land

    Shonen Knife Land - SIGNED!

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    Japanese art inspired by Shonen Knife! Learn More
  3. Skyscraper #14

    Skyscraper #14

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    A music zine. Learn More
  4. Skyscraper #15

    Skyscraper #15

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    A music zine. Learn More
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    Skyscraper #18

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    A music zine. Learn More
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    Skyscraper #20

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    A music zine. Learn More
  7. Slanted & Enchanted

    Slanted and Enchanted: The Evolution of Indie Culture

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    A lively examination of the spirit and practices that have made the indie movement into a powerful cultural phenomenon. Learn More
  8. Stop Smiling #36

    Stop Smiling #36

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    The Magazine For High-Minded Lowlifes. Learn More
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    Sub Pop USA: The Subterranean Pop Music Anthology, 1980–1988

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    In 1979, Bruce Pavitt moved to Olympia, WA, and began programming a show called Subterranean Pop on local community radio station KAOS-FM. Inspired by Olympia’s guide to independent music, OP Magazine, Pavitt launched a fanzine version of Subterranean Pop, focusing on music with a punk, new wave, and experimental bent. Calvin Johnson of K Records joined the fanzine’s staff in 1980, beginning with the second issue. Learn More
  10. Sub Pop USA

    Sub Pop USA: The Subterranean Pop Music Anthology, 1980–1988

    $34.95

    In 1979, Bruce Pavitt moved to Olympia, WA, and began programming a show called Subterranean Pop on local community radio station KAOS-FM. Inspired by Olympia’s guide to independent music, OP Magazine, Pavitt launched a fanzine version of Subterranean Pop, focusing on music with a punk, new wave, and experimental bent. Calvin Johnson of K Records joined the fanzine’s staff in 1980, beginning with the second issue. Learn More

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