record store day

    In the 80s and 90s, Sounds on good ole’ St. Mark’s Place boasted some of the savviest vinyl cut-outs buyers in the biz
Michael Jackson-Sony Music Deal Earns Estate $750 Million Garage Sales: When cleaning out their homes, people often find
Petrusich -- who has written for The New Yorker, The New York Times and Pitchfork -- talks about the 78 RPM collectors and what drives them to search and pay for these hard-to-find records.
Though she originally thought she could accomplish more than 40 albums, she told The Huffington Post she quickly realized
Dude: Sure. No problem. Shopper: Do you have this song by Dean Martin on LP? I can't remember the name of it. The Record
Lewis, sitting at counter, reading Ulysses. Customer walks in, wearing jeans, t-shirt and a knit hat.
Eleven years before the release of Nirvana's juggernaut Nevermind during the apex of glam metal, Sub Pop Records was a fledgling Xerox-and-X-Acto-knife-produced fanzine that championed local music scenes across the country.
In a lot of ways, used record stores are like the perfect combination of museum and gift shop, a place where you can actually take home the artifacts. Maybe that experience is one reason that vinyl is culturally relevant again.
The Pixies released their first album, "Indy Cindy," in 23 years yesterday, April 19, on Record Store Day. While the LP is
After splitting in 2000, emo-rock legends Sunny Day Real Estate reunited in 2009 for a tour, and attempted to write a new
As indicated above, I have a particularly fondness for the "innocent" meats... veal, spring lamb, suckling pig... something
"Even kids that are doing it now; there's a fashion to the Depression. They're trying to look like The Band and The Band
Record collectors in Chicago on Saturday crowded into local shops who were among the 1,000 nationwide participating in Record
In addition to the recording booth in the store's "Novelties Lounge," Third Man Records will be staging in-house performances
Scroll through the slideshow below for a peek at some of the vinyl releases (and re-releases) on sale for Record Store Day
Sweat Street Stage 2 p.m. – Jean Jacket 2:30 p.m. – Mamey Disco (Dj Set) 3 p.m. – The Cost. 3:30 p.m. – Mamey Disco (Dj Set
(See HuffPost Chicago's handy Record Store Day guide for the best in food, giveaways and special offers below.) (See the