Basilica SoundScape’s entrance will host the Basilica Merch Shop, selling goods from a selection of local, independent and Hudson-based organizations, alongside festival merch and more.

Basilica SoundScape 2019 limited edition merch
This year’s merch will include short- and long-sleeved shirts, tote bags, socks, pins, risograph prints and scarves

Sacred Bones
Our friends and collaborators at Sacred Bones return to the West Wing, selling records (rare and otherwise), label merch and more.

Book Row
Brooklyn booksellers Matt D’Angelo and Dave Morse make up the partnership behind Book Row, a used bookstore in Bushwick that specializes in literary fiction, poetry, theory, and all things sub- and counter-cultural. They opened in 2014 in one of the renovated shipping containers in what is now known as “Punk Alley,” and most recently opened a second location in Bed-Stuy under their former moniker of Better Read than Dead. This will be their second year bringing a wide, well-curated selection of books, zines, and ephemera to be available for sale in the West Wing throughout the festival.

Publication Studio
Our friends at Publication Studio Hudson will sell from their catalog of independent small press books and zines. PS Hudson first started in a Hudson apartment before moving to a storefront space in Catskill, just across the Hudson River. There, Patrick Kiley and friend Christin Ripley integrated their studio practices of publication, book making and art making, including screen printing, paper and fabric marbling, sewing, drawing and several other areas Ripley excels in. After needing more space to cater to the expanding publication practice of the studio, in the late winter of 2016 Patrick Kiley moved the studio forty minutes north to Troy, still right along the Hudson River but very close to the state capital of Albany. This studio focuses primarily on production and bookmaking with a digital printer, perfect binder and most recently a risograph-style duplicator. PS Hudson has particular interest in publishing fiction, criticism, essays, archives and academic writing.