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Music Mondays

I’m switching gears a bit this week, but the focus will still be on music. This past weekend was Record Store Day (RSD). Being new to the vinyl & vintage audio scene, I really wanted to get into the spirit. 407 more words

Music

The Northcote/Thornbury Record Store Crawl

Ways to Spend your Weekend

Melbourne Record Stores

With yesterday being World Record Store Day, I thought it an opportune moment to take a look at the Melbourne record store scene because if there is one thing this city doesn’t have a shortage of, it is record stores (and Collingwood supporters).In fact Melbourne has the worlds highest amount of vinyl record stores per capita and unlike Collingwood supporters, every one of them makes a valuable contribution. 796 more words

Cafes

I dreamt about you last night and I fell out of bed twice

I did an excellent job yesterday funneling the U.S. taxpayer dollars that pay me back to small local businesses.  (In other words, I spent a little too much money on records and the alcohol I needed to fuel my process.)  Wandering from crowded store to crowded store, it was great to see so many people who seemed so excited about shopping for records.   263 more words

Music

Happy Record Store Day!

It’s the best holiday of the entire year; Record Store Day! We hope you’ve headed out to your local record shops or will be doing so soon. 51 more words

Industry

Today is RECORD STORE DAY

This is the day to patronize your local record store. It’s RECORD STORE DAY, which means you can go to your local vinyl shop and eat some fry bread, watch a band, get a record signed, or pick up an exclusive release (looking at you, … 24 more words

Music

It's Record Store Day!

By Caitlin Kelly

I love this idea – an international celebration of indie record stores.

Record? What, you ask, is a record?

Some of us are old enough to remember 78s and 33s, not just cassettes or 8-tracks (really) or CDs or…downloads. 323 more words

Business

Vinyl Lovers Celebrating Record Store Day 2014

(CBS) – What started as the brainchild of a group of independent record store owners in Baltimore seven years ago has turned into an international celebration. 379 more words

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