Originally released in the Spring of 2011, Adventures In Counter-Culture was Blueprint's sophomore album that explored his musical roots as an artist and also gave his listeners a glimpse into a more cynical perspective. Blueprint created an album that encompassed every facet of music he knew, blurring genre lines and bringing it back home as one cohesive listening experience. Originally trained in his church choir, Print tapped into his early inspirations and self-produced the entire album with a palette of synths, keyboards, and drum machines.

The vinyl has been out of print since 2013, and to honor ten years of its existence, we have brought it back to life in some exciting new ways.

Adventures In Counter-Culture (10 Year Anniversary) Edition vinyl comes packaged in a 12” gatefold jacket with matte UV and spot-gloss finish, housing custom blue & purple colored vinyl, and includes a 24-page zine of expanded artwork by Eric Timothy Carlson, and a digital download card.

The anniversary vinyl to be released in conjunction with a Bonus 7” Vinyl (sold separately). The limited edition 7" is pressed on red-colored vinyl and includes two previously digital-only tracks, “Soul Music” and “Who Do You Love?” featuring Slug of Atmosphere and Illogic.