Exotica Moderne 9
NOTE: We're doing a presale this issue as many people don't always see our social media posts and miss grabbing a copy. We expect to go to press mid-October with printing taking two weeks. Order fulfillment will then take approximately another two weeks with customers receiving their orders after that. Exotica Moderne ships 1st Class US Postal Service and delivery times vary by location.
Music takes the Hi-Note in Exotica Moderne #9
In the November we get to spinning some great articles, including our cover feature on Hi-Tide Recordings and their wave of new surf and exotics releases! Cover art is supplied by the talented Grey Haas, who's responsible for much of the art on Hi-Tide's LP and 7" single releases.
Plus, in Moving in Stereo, we've got the largest selection of record reviews in a single issue so far!
California artist Christine Benjamin, details her venture into Tiki art and cocktails, while Tiki With Ray makes a pitstop in Indianapolis, Indiana to hang out with the Tiki locals and their home bars, plus a necessary a stop at The Inferno Room.
Tiki Lindy gets you ready for the upcoming holidays, with fall-centric food and drink recipes. Additionally, Dexter Keyton adds to tiki experience with a looks at The Essence of Tiki, as it affects the olfactory senses.
We're also featuring for the first time a fictional short in a holiday-noir vein, by Clentin Martin.
Other features included Kevin Crossman examining the impact of social distancing in What's a Tikiphile To Do Now?, We've got a second installment of tiki bars in Japan and Justin Cristaldi continues his Carry The Torch feature with a look at exotica musician Tim Mayer.
As usual we got great new cocktail recipes direct from Pittsburgh's Hidden Harbor, LA's Tonga Hut and Palm Spring's The Reef!
Plus we'll have our usual music and book reviews, pinups and more!