Austria-Hungary 1957 - $12

A full-length album of songs in and about a retro-futurist 1957 Europe, replete with airships, chess-playing automata, and amped up folk songs of a parallel history. Includes a 24-page booklet of lyrics and selections from an annotated map of Europa, as well as the tracks:

  • Austria-Hungary 1957
  • Check Steam Pressure
  • Turk's Song
  • Mountain Wreath
  • Tesla v. Edison
  • Cadiz
  • Haute Couture
  • Dutchman
  • Wunderkammer
  • Aschenlied
  • Knight's Tour

Bad September - $8

Bad September's self-titled debut EP (colloquially referred to as "The British EP") contains five songs set in and about a steampunk British Empire:

  • Robert's Rules of Order
  • Victoria in Absentia
  • Minister Rand Tells Us That Art Is In Service To The State
  • Takin' Notes
  • Empire of Steam

as well as a page of the Empyreal Times from September 9th, 1876 (morning edition), and an assortment of banknotes printed by the anti-establishment underground London banks.


Austria-Hungary 1957 Poster - Full Annotated Map - $10

Get the full, uncut version of the map highlighted in the liner notes of Austria-Hungary 1957, complete with illustrations and annotations, and maybe even some surprises. If you're as tired of getting off the airship to ask directions as we are, this map is a must! 19"x27", glossy 100lb paper.

Button Pack - $2

pack of two 1" buttons featuring the symbols of communist Britain (gules a lion rampant or, armed), and the Austro-hungarian Republic circa 1957 (argent an eagle displayed sable)