THE MERCH TABLE The Merch Table: June 2017 By Ally-Jane Grossan · June 22, 2017
Illustration by Paul Grelet

Every month, The Merch Table brings you the best and most bonkers merchandise you can find on Bandcamp. We commend bands and labels that get a little creative and think outside the tote bag. Whether it’s a fashion accessory, a piece of art, or something entirely unique, The Merch Table showcases inventive, original—and, occasionally, downright strange—stuff that you might want to get your hands on.

To mark the official start of summer we’ve got fly T-shirts and slick baseball hats for all your festival needs.

Sad Chasey Cassette


Merch for this release: Cassette, Other, Compact Disc (CD)

With its extremely slow ‘90s R&B slowed to a crawl over haunted house beats, this new vaporwave tape is glitch heaven. In case you’re unfamiliar with vaporwave’s philosophical implications as a critique of post-capitalism, Sad Chasey’s album art, a display photo depicting an escalator, is here to remind you that this is music for malls.

Rakta Pin


This Rorschach test as a butterfly pin makes for a very fine addition to the front pocket of your jean jacket.

Discos Capablanca Embroidered Unicorn Shirt


Merch for this release: Vinyl LP

This is the 21st century’s answer to the Unicorn Tapestry and a phenomenal way to show your support for this out-there Berlin-based dance label.

D∆WN Baseball Cap


Los Angeles, California
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Los Angeles, California
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We are huge fans of D∆WN here at Bandcamp Daily. In fact, you can easily spot us walking around Brooklyn en masse sporting these baseball caps.

PPU Record Bag


Lexington Park, Maryland
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Lexington Park, Maryland
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The perfect transport tote for the rare 7’’ diamonds in the rough you’ve been searching for since The Land Before Time was a thing.

Ally-Jane Grossan 

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