Siouxsiequeue's Friday Mix-Tape & Weekly Roundup May 26, 2023

Posted by Suzanne Gutierrez on

Happy Friday, I hope you're having a wonderful week! 

We've been bustling around the studio, getting everything ready for Florida Supercon, restocking our general inventory, and (slowly) working on website updates. I might also be playing the new Legend of Zelda game, but that's mostly happening after work hours.

I'm also putting the finishing touches on a pre-order! I'm super excited about this. We have three new items that are only available at our booth during shows, and since some of you won't see us on the road this year, I wanted to give you a chance to grab these exclusive items as well. I'm not ready to discuss the details yet, but make sure you've signed up for our email newsletter and keep an eye on our socials in the next few weeks for more info!

As if that weren't enough to keep me busy, I'm also getting ready to help my dear friend and Author Extraordinaire Anja Jager in her booth at Aya Con. Aya Con is coming up on June 9, and you can find more info and tickets here.

One last thing before we jump to this week's Mix-Tape, the Vendor Applications for Colorado Festival of Horror close on Wednesday, May 31, 2023; you can find the application on their Linktree page if you'd like to apply. 

This week's Mix-Tape playlist doesn't have a theme, but I'm so happy that the Foo Fighters have found a new drummer (no one can replace Taylor Hawkins), put out new music, and are back on the road! It must be difficult to move on from such a loss, but listening to and playing music is often helpful in healing. As usual, I'd love to hear from you, so drop us a line and let us know what's on your playlist this week!

  1. Enjoy the Silence - Depeche Mode
  2. Police & Thieves - The Clash
  3. Ghost Town - The Specials
  4. Pure - The Lightening Seeds
  5. Kiss Me on the Bus - The Replacements
  6. End of a Century - Blur
  7. Rescued - Foo Fighters
  8. Eyes Without a Face - Marsheaux
  9. (The Angels Wanna Wear My) Red Shoes - Elvis Costello
  10. A Sorta Fairytale - Tori Amos



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