Summer Sale Starts Now!

Our annual Summer Sale starts now and runs through August 2nd. Shop 15-30% off Mexican Summer & Anthology music, books, and merch. Throughout our summer sale, A portion of proceeds will be donated to the Greenpoint Hunger Program, a non-sectarian emergency food program that provides no-cost groceries and hot meals to hungry people in Brooklyn. … Continued


We’re delighted to announce The Beautiful Flower Is the World is back in print for its five year anniversary! Originally published in 2019, artist and legendary skateboarder Jerry Hsu’s book is an unerringly creative and endlessly clever photographic chronicle of the deep ironies of our modern world, documenting Hsu’s journeys through the high and low … Continued


Over the past decade, artist Emma Kohlmann has harnessed the expressive possibilities of watercolor to develop an astonishing and intimate practice. In the resounding fluidity of her paintings, Kohlmann maps the lineaments and concavities of embodied moments with exquisite sensitivity, celebrating a sensuality freed from analysis and disabusing gender and the human body of their … Continued

Out Now! Travels Over Feeling: Arthur Russell, a Life

We are truly humbled to be releasing Travels Over Feeling, a landmark publication celebrating the life and work of Arthur Russell assembled by critically-acclaimed writer Richard King and published with Faber & Faber in the UK. The book collects the extensive ephemera found in Russell’s New York Public Library archive, along with pieces from the … Continued

Out Now: Träd, Gräs och Stenar: A Collective History

The story of the legendary Swedish psych rock band Träd, Gräs och Stenar is also a defining story of alternative culture. Across multiple incarnations, the musicians of this iconic group (whose name translates to “Trees, Grass and Stones”) have drawn on their roots in jazz and the avant-garde, the iconoclastic art and theater of the … Continued

Out Now: Evidence for Contact

“This book, like the art practice it documents, is a testament to possibilities, but it is also a reassurance: even if, despite the overwhelming odds, the aliens do not exist among the star fields of the cosmos, they have found a home in the works of Ken Grimes.” – Seth Shostak (Senior Astronomer, SETI) The … Continued

Out Now: Suppose You Met A Witch

In 1973, artist and illustrator Ed Emberley had been prolifically creating children’s books for more than a decade when he conceived his most ambitious project to date. Suppose You Met a Witch, featuring Emberley’s signature woodcuts at their most lavish, is considered by many to be the beloved artist’s masterpiece. Sadly, the book was not … Continued

Out Now: Sunken Heights

We are delighted to announce the debut book from acclaimed musician Elias B. Rønnenfelt, lead singer and lyricist of Iceage. Available worldwide July 18th! Sunken Heights is a work of poetry in a grand tradition: a quest in verse through reverie and observation, equal parts enigmatically abstracted and grittily real. Designed in collaboration and featuring … Continued

Fifteen Further: Celebrating 15 Years of Mexican Summer

WE ARE 15 To celebrate, we’ll be hosting a series of shows from September through November in NYC, LA, Paris, and Mexico City that will bring a bunch of the label roster together, including Connan Mockasin, L’Rain, Cate Le Bon, Devendra Barnhart, Fauzia, Iceage, Hayden Pedigo and more. Get Tickets Anniversary Edition Represses In addition … Continued

Out Now: LSD Worldpeace

Originally published in 2015, this newly redesigned edition documents the extraordinary creativity and scrappy methods of Roberts’s early career, replete with collages, action figures, and dioramas, in addition to the paintings for which he’s become so celebrated. With introductory texts by Myla DalBesio and Matthew Ronay, LSD Worldpeace is the product of a wildly imaginative … Continued