RECORD STORE DAY 2016–SATURDAY APRIL 16

RSDroundvector_2016It’s that time again, and we’re here to help you get the RSD releases of your dreams.  We open at 8 am.  If you line up early, Bee Coffee will offer complimentary coffee.  Live music starts at noon across the street on the deck at 10 Johnson Avenue Coffee and will run until 6 pm, reconvening at State Street Pub later in the evening.  Complete details on the bands, etc here. Beast Food Truck will arrive around noon to provide delicious lunch opportunities outside, and you can also get snacks and lunch specials at 10 Johnson Avenue.  Parking is free anywhere you can find a spot (but avoid the World of Vapor lot please).

We have a comprehensive stock this year, deeper than ever.  Of the 325 or so official exclusive releases, we’ll have copies of all but a few.  We’ll also have copies of most of the 90 “Limited Run/Regional” and 35 “First Day of Release” RSD titles, along with an additional bunch of what are known as “Unofficial” releases–unsanctioned by RSD but released at the same time.  Many of the latter are quite cool. and quite limited

hmstorybackinsertWe also have our own release this year courtesy of our sister label, Timechange Records in partnership with Third Uncle Records. This is “The Hardly Music Story” 7″ box set, featuring three 7″ records, hand lathe-cut.  Each side features a different Hardly Music artist, vintage Indiana recordings from the early 1980’s.  Only 50 copies available.

We also continue to offer our famous quantity discount policy on Record Store Day.  Spend $100 on multiple items, 10% off (you must spend $150+ if one of the items is over $100).  Spend $250+, 15% off.  Spend $500+ , 20% off. Remember, only one copy of each title per person.  Some of our quantities are quite limited due to the increased demand for vinyl everywhere.

Mmmm…Leftovers

gratefulnassauHope everyone had an enjoyable Record Store Day this year. We really are grateful to our customers for your support. It was a very exciting and fun day here, blessed with summer-like weather so the bands could play outside and early birds didn’t have to wait in cold weather prior to opening.

Although sales exceeded our expectations, we still have a healthy selection of leftover RSD releases, including many that we didn’t expect to still have, including:

Grateful Dead box
Flaming Lips 10″
Jerry Garcia LP
Stooges LP
Social Distortion LP
Ryan Adams 7″
Gwar LP
Jurassic 5 box
George Clinton box
Saints LP
Paul McCartney “Family Way” Soundtrack LP
Trey Anastasio 7″
U2 LP

If you are looking for any of these, come and get ’em, or call during business hours to confirm availability.

 

#RSD15 Questions and Answers

rsdposter2015-2(Updated 4/17) In which we interview ourselves and feature many of the questions you are asking us:

Q: What exactly are you stocking for RSD?

A: We’ll have at least one or two copies of most of the main RSD Exclusives, along with another hundred or so titles selected from the regional/limited/first issue lists. This includes box sets (Phish, Dead, George Clinton, Jurassic 5, Miles Davis, Ork Box. KMD).  Overall it looks like we’ll offer well over 500 titles and have multiples of most.

Q:  How about official RSD shirts?

A:  Yes, we’ll have the general RSD logo shirts in a few different styles. We are not stocking any band-specific ones.

Q:  What about the special edition Crosley turntables?

A:  Yes, we’ll have the Ramones Crosley and the Peanuts Crosley.

Q:  Any local RSD items?

A:  Sleeping Bag and Doog cassettes from Musical Family Tree, and America Owns The Moon cassette from Gloryhole. Still waiting to see if our Rev. Peyton 7″ order comes in.

Q:  What time do you open?  Is there going to be a long line?

A:  8 am. Unlike some of the larger stores, our line should be relatively short. We expect everyone to get into the store within a few minutes of opening. Come early for best selection.

Q:  What are the rules on holds and quantities?

A:  No holds, no pre-orders, saves or any holds on RSD itself.  Each customer is limited to one (and only one) copy of each item.  Beginning Sunday, those rules will be relaxed.

Q: Will you have “goodie bags”?

A:  Yes, we’ll have 50 Alabama Shakes branded tote bags stuffed with various fun RSD related stuff–buttons, CD samplers,etc. These will go to the first 50 customers.

Q:  How late do you stay open?

A:  This depends on traffic. At least 7 pm and probably until 8 pm but we’ll close whenever business indicates it’s time. Call first if you want to check, 375-3715.

Q:  What are you definitely NOT going to have?

A:  Brand New – Deja Entendu. Sorry but there are hardly any copies available anywhere.  Elvis Presley Acetate–we tried but came up empty. Stephen Hawking 7″, it’s a UK release and not available in the US despite all the publicity it’s getting. Generally this is true for any of the UK RSD releases, they’re impossible to get in the US. Sorry for the disappointment on these but there’s plenty of other stuff to enjoy grabbing.  Update: we also didn’t get the Reverend Peyton 7″ or the Neko Case LP.  No idea why.

Q: How about live music?

A:  Yes, beginning at 2 pm, starting with Deezen. Then Last Four Digits at about 3:30 and The Dockers around 5. Live music will be across the street on the old Lazy Daze patio weather permitting. Weather looks great so expect three great bands rocking Johnson Avenue on Saturday.

Q:  How about special sales?

A:  We’ll have a fresh selection of 99 cent records outside, and our used turntables will be 20% off.

Q:  Food and drink?

A: We’ll have complimentary beverages and snacks while they last.

Preliminary Record Store Day Stock List

Below is the list of titles we know we’ll be receiving for RSD 2015.  In some cases there will be only 1 or 2 copies available; in other cases, as many as 10.

MORE TITLES are coming.  Check back for additions.  As you know, we cannot hold or pre-sell anything, but all titles will be available at our shop as of 8 am Saturday, April 18.

311 Grifter/Who’s Got The Herb?
101ers Elgin Avenue Breakdown (Revisited)
Adam & The Ants Kings of the Wild Frontier/Ant Music
a-ha Take On Me
Air Playground Love
At The Gates Gardens of Grief
Bee Gees Extended
Ben Lee Big Love
Bernard Herrmann Psycho
Big Data Dangerous
Billie Joe Live Freaky! Die Freaky!
Blackberry Smoke Wood, Wire and Roses
Blitzen Trapper Harvest
Blue Mountain Eagle Blue Mountain Eagle
Bob Dylan The Night We Called It A Day
Bob Marley Bob Marley Interviews–So Much Things To Say
Braid Kids Get Grids
Brenton Wood Oogum Boogum
Brian Eno My Squelchy Life
Brian Rietzell 30 Days of Night
Buzzcocks The Way
Carcass Choice Cuts
Cassandra Wilson/Billie Holiday You Go To My Head/The Mood That I’m In
Charlie Feathers Charlie Feathers
Charlie Musselwhite Stand Back!
Chet Atkins My Brother Sings
Clutch From Beale Street to Oblivion Special Edition
Comeback Kid Rain City Sessions
Country Joe and the Fish Together
Courtney Barnett Kim’s Caravan
Dandy Warhols 20th Anniversary Dandys Rule EP
D’Angelo The Charade
David Bowie Changes
David Bowie/Tom Verlaine Kingdom Come
Death Cab For Cutie/Freedy Johnston Bad Reputation
Deep Purple Black Night/Speed
Dionne Warwick/The Stranglers Walk On By
Doc and Merle Watson Ballads from the Gap
Dolly Parton The Grass is Blue
Don Flemons What Got Over
Dresden Dolls The Virginia Monologues
DRI Live at CBGB’s 1984
Electric Century Electric Century EP
Electric Wizard Time To Die
Father John Misty I Love You, Honeybear
Florence + The Machine What Kind of Man
Foo Fighters Songs From The Laundry Room
Frank Sinatra Songs For Young Lovers
Garbage The Chemicals
George Thorogood George Thorogood and the Delaware Destroyers
Goldfrapp Felt Mountain
Gov’t Mule Stoned Side of the Mule Vol 2
Gram Parsons/Lemonheads Brass Buttons
Grandmaster Flash/Stiff Little Fingers The Message
Grateful Dead Wake Up To Find Out
Gregg Allman Gregg Allman
Grizzly Bear Horn of Plenty
GWAR America Must Be Destroyed
Gwendolyn Sanford, Brandon Jay Scott Doherty Orange is the New Black: Original Television Soundtrack
Herman’s Hermits Blaze
interpol Everything is Wrong
Jaco Pastorius The Warner Years
James Cotton Cut You Loose!
Jeff Beck Love is Blue/I’ve Been Drinking
Jeff Beck Hi Ho Silver Lining/Beck’s Bolero
Jeff Beck Tallyman/Rock My Plimsoul
Jerry Garcia Garcia (Compliments)
Jethro Tull Live at Carnegie Hall
Jimi Hendrix Purple Haze/Freedom
Joan Jett Flashback
John Butler Trio Ocean
John Prine September 78
Johnny Cash Koncert v Praze (In Prague–Live)
Johnny Marr I Feel you
Junior Wells It’s My Life Baby
Jurassic 5 Quality Control–The Wood Box
Justin Townes Earle Live at Grimey’s
Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band A Little Something From The Road, Vol. 1
Kid Cudi KID CUDI presents SATELLITE FLIGHT
KMD Bl_ck B_st_rds Deluxe Pop Up Book
Koes Barat Koes Barat
Larry Young Selections from Larry Young in Paris
Lord Sitar Lord Sitar
Mark Mothersbaugh The Lego Movie: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
Marvin Gaye How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You)
Mastodon Atlanta
Mclusky mcluskyism
Melanie Martinez Dollhouse
Metallica No Life Til Leathr
Mighty Mighty Bosstones Question The Answers
Mike Watt + The Secondmen/EV Kain Shit on Me/Striking Out
Miles Davis The Prestige 10 Inch LP Collection Vol. 2
Mystery Release! Mystery Release!
Of Montreal Snare Lustrous Doomings
OFF! Live From The BBC
OKKERVIL RIVER Sleep and Wake-Up Songs
Oneohtrix Point Never Commissions II
Otis Redding Otis Blue: Otis Redding Sings Soul
Path of Resistance Who Dares Wins
Paul McCartney The Family Way: Original Soundtrack Recording
Phish New Year’s Eve 1995 Live at Madison Square Garden
Poison Idea Just to Get Away/Kick Out The Jams
POLARIS Music From The Adventures of Pete and Pete
Rainbow Ffolly Sallies Fforth
Reverend Horton Heat It’s A Rave-Up/Beer, Write This Song
Rise Against Eco-Terrorist in Me
Robert Earl Keen Gringo Honeymoon
Robert Plant More Roar
Robyn Hitchcock + Emma Swift Follow Your Money/Motion Pictures
Rockabye Baby Lullaby Renditions of Grateful Dead
Rocky Horror Picture Show The Time Warp EP
RPM Turntable Baseball Two Games, One Record
Ryan Adams Come Pick Me Up
Sessions 64!! Sessions 64!!
Simon & Garfunkel Homeward Bound/Leaves That Are Green
Slim Dunlap The Old New Me/Times Like This
Sloan Alternates
Sly and the Family Stone Live at the Fillmore East
Sons of Anarchy Songs of Anarchy Vol. 2 & 3–Seasons 5 and 6
St. Paul and the Broken Bones Live From The Alabama Theatre
Stan Getz & Joao Gilberto Selections from Getz/Gilberto
Steve Reich Music for 18 Musicians
Steven Price Fury
Stone Sour Meanwhile In Burbank…
Stooges Have Some Fun: Live at Ungano’s
Sugarhill Gang The Best of Sugarhill Gang
Supergrass Sofa (Of My Lethargy)/I Believe In Love
Surfer Blood Astro Coast
SWANS 12″ EP
Syd Barrett/R.E.M. Dark Globe
Tegan & Sara Live at Zia Records
Temples Mesmerise Live
The Animals The Animals No. 2
The Black Keys/Junior Kimbrough Meet Me In The City
The Dead Milkmen Beelzebubba
The Decemberists Picaresque
The Devil Wears Prada South of the City
The Dixie Cups Chapel of Love
The Doors Strange Days
The Everly Brothers 15 Everly Hits
The Gods Genesis
The Kinks Kinksize Hits
The Kinks You Really Got Me (Live)/Milk Cow Blues (Live)
The Kinks Kinksize Sessions
The Replacements Alex Chilton
The Saints Eternally Yours
The Used Shallow Believer
The Weepies Sirens
The Wonderland Philharmonic Shogun Assasin OST
The Zombies R.I.P. Album
Todd Snider Impending Doom
Tomorrow Tomorrow
U2 Songs of Innocence
Vampire Weekend Step
Various Artists AMC’s The Walking Dead Original Soundtrack Vol. 2
Various Artists Rough Guide To Psychedelic Salsa
Various Artists Rough Guide to Latin Rare Grooves Vol. 2
Various Artists Rough Guide To Bollywood Disco
Various Artists Continuum
Various Artists Trojan Records: Rude Boy Rumble
Various Artists When I Reach That Heavenly Shore
Various Artists  I’m Here
Various Artists The Darjeeling Limited (Original Soundtrack)
Various Artists The Wrestling Album/Piledriver
Various Artists Sun Records Curated by Record Store Day Vol. 2
Various Artists Rough Guide To African Rare Groove
Various Artists Rough Guide to Psychedelic India
Violent Femmes Happy New Year
William Tyler Deseret Canyon
Willie Nelson Teatro
Wu-Tang Clan Protect Ya Neck
Young The Giant Mirrorball/Mind Over Matter
Guided By Voices Do the Collapse
Guided By Voices Isolation Drills
Maria Taylor 11:11
Maria Taylor Lynn Teeter Flower
MDC Live CBGB’s 1983
MDC/Stains John Wayne Was a Nazi
NWA Straight Outta Compton
Joe Gibbs African Dub Chapter 2
Kitty Davis & Lewis Baby Bye Bye
Junior Brown Better Call Saul: Theme 7″
Candlemass Live
D Generation Queens of A
Alvin Lee Still On The Road To Freedom
Islander Violence & Destruction
Jungle Rot Terror Regime
Warzone Fight For Justice
Path of Resistance Who Dares Wins
Yellowcard A Perfect Sky
Johny Winter Live Bootleg Series Vol 4
Various Artists Live from High Fidelity
Rich Robinson I Remember
Kate Pierson Don’t Sting The Bee
Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds In The Heat of the Moment
Procul Harum Homburg
The Shoes Primal Vinyl
Half Japanese Volume 3: 1990-195
William Onyeabor Atomic Bomb Remix
Nick Thorburn Original Music From Serial
Ivy Guestroom
Jackie Greene Light Up Your Window / Silver Lining
Deathwish Out For Blood
MDC Smoke Signals
The Rubiyats/John Williams Omar Khayyam / Do Me Like You Do Me 7″
Camilla’s Little Secret Tantalizing Eyes
Various Artists Furious Hoops Vol 1
Emitt Rhodes/Chris Price Emitt Rhodes Record Store Day 7″
Emitt Rhodes/Chris Price Emitt Rhodes Record Store Day 7″
The Ad Libs You’ll Always Be In Style/The Boy From New York
Sic Kidz Rhythm Gurl
Alex Chilton Jesus Christ
Antorchas Antorchas
Tomcats/Los Juniors A Tu Vera/Te Fuiste
Five or Six Cántame Esa Canción Que Dice, Yeah, Yeah, Yeah
Various Artists Thai Pop Spectacular (1960s–1980s)
Various Artists Guitar Safari
Trey Anastasio Band Bounce/Never
Cristobal Tapia De Veer Utopia 2
The Pagans Pirate’s Cover 9/24/79
Brian May Thirst (1979 Original Sountrack)
Brian May Patrick (1979 Original Soundtrack)
Brian May The Day After Halloween (1980 Original Soundtrack)
Eric Siday Sound of Now
Val Stephen Abstractum: The Electrogenic Music Of Val Stephen
Giant Sand Valley of Rain (30th Anniversary Edition)
Bedhead Live in Chicago
Richard Swift Ground Trouble Jaw
Various Artists LLows In The Mid Sixties Volume 54: Kosmic City 2
Various Artists Ork Complete Singles
Various Artists R&B Hipshakers Vol 3:
Orlando Julius and His Modern Aces James Brown Rides On
Built To Spill Untethered Moon
Cold War Kids Five Quick Cuts
George Clinton Chocolate City: London | P-Funk Live at Metropolis
Happy Mondays Pills Thrills N Bellyaches
Hawkwind Hawkwind
Hedwig and the Angry Inch Original Broadway Cast Recording
Jesse Malin Hardcore Feeling
John Prine September 78
Johnny Winter It’s My Life, Baby–The Best of The Alligator Years
No. 2 No Memory
Real Friends More Acoustic Songs
Ride OX4
Run The Jewels Record Store Day Release
Sharon Jones & The Dap Kings Little Boys With Shiny Toys
Slayer When The Stillness Comes
Sun Ra Calling Planet Earth
The Hold Steady Boys and Girls in America
The Mavericks Mono
The White Stripes Get Behind Me Satan
Thelonious Monk London Collection, Volume 2
Venom From The Very Depths

New Vinyl Arrivals GALORE!

We have been adding new vinyl titles like they’re going out of style. To some degree, that’s true. What’s in print one day is gone the next. Here’s a list of what’s come in since we moved in early June. Not everything is still in stock but the vast majority is.

beachpet13th Floor Elevators – Psychedelic Sounds 2LP, Easter Everywhere, Bull of the Woods 2LP
Alice Cooper – Pretties For You, Easy Action
Allen, Lily – Sheezus
Allin, GG – Freaks, Faggots, Hated in the Nation
Agitation Free – 2nd
Amon Duul 2 – Delirium, Wolf City, Phallus Dei, Yeti, Vive La Trance, Tanz Der Lemming
Amos, Tori – Unrepentent
Arctic Monkeys – Am
Ataris – Anywhere But Here, Blue Skyblacksabbathparanoid
Avengers – S/T
Badu, Erykha – Baduizm, Worldwide Underground
Barrett, Syd – Barrett, The Madcap Laughs
Beach Boys – Pet Sounds
Beck – Morning Phase
Bent Wind – Sussex
Biafra, Jello – White People
Big Brother and the Holding Company – S/T
Big Star – #1, Radio City, 3rd
Black Flag – Damaged
Black Hippies – S/T
Black Keys – Turn Blue
Black Sabbath – Master of Reality, Paranoid
Bowie, David – Space Oddity 40th
Bradley, Charles – Victim of Love, No Time for Dreaming
Brainticket – Psychonaut
Breaking Bad Soundtrack
Brigman, George – Jungle Rot
Buckley, Jeff – Grace
Buckley, Tim – S/T
Burnt Ones – Gift
Burroughs, William – Break Through in the Grey Room
clashlondonCale & Riley – Church of Anthrax
Camper Van Beethoven – Key Lime Pie, Our Revolutionary Sweetheart
Captain Beefheart – Safe As Milk, Trout Mask Replica, Shiny Beast
Charalambides – Three Lane
Chilton, Alex – Free Again
Chrome – Visitation
Circle City Band – S/T
Circuit Des Yeux – 10”
Clash – London Calling, S/T, Give Em Enough Rope
Cocteau Twins – Bluebell Knoll
Coldplay – Ghost Stories
Coltrane, Alice – A Monastic Trio, Eternity
Coltrane, John – Love Supreme, Lush Life
Cramps – Psychedelic Jungle, Songs the Lord Taught Us
Davis, Betty – This is It 2LP
Dead Boys – We Have Come For Your Children
Del Rey, Lana – Born to Die, Ultraviolence
Devo – Hardcore V1 and V2
DMA – Pheel Phree
Dokken – Beast from the East
Dr. John – Desitively Bonnaroo, Remedies, Sun Moon and Herbs
Drake, Nick – 5 Leaves, Pink Moon
Dylan, Bob – Brandeis University, Modern Times, Tempest
Electric Prunes – Too Much To Dream
Fahey, John – Blind Joe Deathjettgreatest
Flamin Groovies – Flamingo, Teenage Head
Flaming Lips – Oh My Gawd, In a Priest Driven Ambulance, Yoshimi
Fugazi – S/T, Repeater, Margin Walker
Gabriel, Peter – Scratch My Back 2lp
Gang of Four – Entertainment
Germs – Germicide, S/T
Gray, David – Mutineers
Green Day – Shenanigans
Guns n Roses – Appetite
Hi Sheriffs of Blue – NYC 1980
Hiatt, John – Terms of My Surrender
Husker Du – Land Speed Record, Metal Circus
Hynde, Chrissie – Stockholm
Impossible Shapes – Horus
Iron Butterfly – Live at the Galaxy 1967
Jack Ruby – S/T
Jackson, Michael – Xscape
Jane’s Addiction – Nothing’s Shocking
Jesus and Mary Chain – Sound of Speed
Jett, Joan – Greatest Hits, Unvarnishedmorrisseyvauxhall
Johnson, Robert – King of the Delta Blues Singers 1 & 2
ones, Sharon – Soul Time, 100 Days, Naturally
Josephus – Dead Man
Joy Division – Closer, Unknown Pleasures
July – S/T
McKay – A New Light Shines
Keith, Rodd – My Pipe, Black Phoenix
Kirkland, Mike James – Hang On
Kiss – S/T, Hotter than Hell
Kitten – S/T
Konrad – Evil (w/7”)
Kristyl – S/T
Kuti, Fela – Live with Ginger Baker, Expensive Shit, He Miss Road
Kyuss – Blues from the Red, Welcome to Sky Valley, The Circus Leaves
Lamontagne, Ray – Supernova
Last Poets – This is Madness
Led Zeppelin – 1, 2, 3 regular and deluxe versions
Lewis, Jenny – Voyager
redhotbloodLittle Ann – Deep Shadows
Lorde – Pure Heroine
Lynch, David – The Big Dream 2LP +7”
Marley, Bob – Exodus, Catch a Fire
Mayfield, Curtis – Superfly
McDaniels, Euguene – Headless Heroes
Mellencamp, John – Performs Trouble No More
Memory Map – Sky as Well as Space
Metallica – Kill ’em All
Mighty Ryeders – Spread the Message
Minor Threat – Out of Step
Minutemen – 3 Way Tie
Misfits – Evilive, Legacy
Monroe, Marilyn – Essential Masters
Morrissey – World Peace, Vauxhall 40th Anniversary
Mudhoney – S/T
NAS – Illmatic
Neo Boys – Sooner or Later
Neu – 1, 2
Neutral Milk Hotel – Aeroplane
New Order – Brotherhood, Movement, Technique
Nirvana – Bleach
NWA – Straight Outa Compton
Ono, Yoko – Take Mesharongive
Os Mutantes – Ao Vivo (Live)
Parquet Courts – Sunbathing
Parsons, Gram – GP, Grievous Angel
Partch, Harry – The World Of
Patterson, Kellee – Maiden Voyage
Pearl Jam – VS
Perhacs, Linda – Parallelograms 2LP
Pharaohs – Awakening
Philamore Lincoln – North Wind Blew South
Phish – Fuego (orange vinyl 2LP)
Pink Floyd – Division Bell 2LP, Dark Side of the Moon
Pixies – Indie Cindy
PJ Harvey – Let England Shake
Portishead – S/T
Pretty Things – S.F. Sorrow
Question Mark and the Mysterians – 96 Tears
Ramones – End of the Century, Leave Home
Ramp – Come Into Knowledge
Red Hot Chili Peppers – Freaky Styley, Mothers Milk, Uplift Mofo
Reed, Lou – Transformer
REM – Collapse Into Now
Replacements – Songs For Slim
Residents – Meet the Residents
Riley, Terry – Rainbow in Curved Air, In C
Ronettes – Presenting
Roots – Then You Shoot You
jackwhiteblunderSaint Steven – S/T
Sam & Dave – Hold On, I’m Comin
Sebadoh – Defend Yourself
Sex Pistols – Never Mind
Smith, Patti – Easter, Radio Ethiopia, Horses
Smiths – Hatful, Meat is Murder
Soft Machine – S/T
Sonic Youth – Daydream Nation, Smart Bar 85
Sonics – Introducing, Here Are
Space Lady – Greatest Hits
Specials – Live at Moonlight
Spektor, Regina – What We Say
Springsteen, Bruce – American Beauty, Magic, Seeger Sessions, Wrecking Ball
Steel Pulse – Earth Crisis, True Democracy
Stirling, Lindsey – Shatter Me
Stray Cats – Rant n Rave, Rare Tracks
Stooges – S/T, Fun House, More Power, Kill City
Television – Marquee Moon,S/T
Thee Open Sex – S/T
They Might Be Giants – Idlewild
Thomas Edisons’s – Red Day LP w 7”
Tosh, Peter – Equal Rights, Legalize It
Turner Brothers – Act 1
V.A. – In Kraut 2, 3
V.A. – Killed by Deathrock 1 lindseystirling
Vacation Club – Heaven is Too High
Velvet Underground – Bataclan 72, Loaded
Vincent, Gene – Blue Caps, Bluejean Bop
Waits, Tom – One from the Heart, Swordfishtrombones, Early Years
We Are Hex – Hail the Goer
Westerberg, Paul – 14 Songs
White Stripes – S/T, Icky Thump, White Blood Cells, De Stijl
White, Jack – Lazaretto, Blunderbuss
Widespread Panic – S/T, Space
Winehouse, Amy – Back to Black
Zero Boys – Vicious Circle, History, Monkey

 

We’re Open!

First, an apology.  We didn’t quite make our scheduled Monday, June 2 opening date.  The havoc created by merging Bookmamas and Irvington Vinyl just proved to be too much for the time allotted, especially since we also had to completely empty and clean the old spot on Audubon Road.

The good news is that we’re open as of 11 am Wednesday, and we’ll probably be open every day from here on out except for holidays, because our new hours are Monday – Saturday 11 am to 7 pm, and Sundays 12-4.  We’ll also stay open late during shows and events at our Underground 9 space, and selected other evenings.  Please note our new phone number, shared with Bookmamas:  317-375-3715.

Honest, folks, it’s still a mess.  There are boxes everywhere and both the books and vinyl need some serious order.  But we’re getting there, and we’ve missed being open, so we’ll continue to fine tune our operation while you shop.

We’ve already stepped up our new vinyl offerings. We’ve listened to what you have been looking for and have started to stock reissues where the original vinyl is scarce and/or expensive.  New vinyl will arrive at least weekly if not more often, and of course we’re constantly buying record collections so the vintage vinyl will be flowing daily.  We are increasing our stock of CD’s, primarily used.  We’re also stocking as much local music as possible, so if that’s you, let us know what you have.  Just arrived: Zero Boys “Monkey” LP/CD, along with their “Pro Dirt” 7″ and the reissue of the legendary “Living in the 80’s” 7″.  Also just in:  the Circle City Band and Turner Brothers LP’s.

Opening Monday, June 2

Irvington Vinyl opens Monday, June 2 (hopefully!).  Formerly part of Irvington Vintage, we are now 100% focused on music.  Antiques, collectibles and other non-music items from Irvington Vintage are being relocated to Southport Antique Mall.

We will occupy roughly half of Bookmamas space at 9 Johnson Avenue, and Bookmamas will continue to offer the best selection of Indiana books in the city, and a more focused selection of used books.

We’ll be expanding our selection considerably, including:

– new local releases on vinyl, CD and cassette
– reissues
– selected new releases on vinyl and CD
– more turntables and stereo gear

We promise an easier-to-navigate layout, and an increasingly vast selection of used vinyl in all genres, carefully selected and organized by artist and genre.

We’ll also be hosting in-stores, release parties, music events and live shows in the Underground 9 space.

And, we’ll be open 7 days a week!

Coming Soon to Indianapolis!

Irvington Vinyl is Indy’s newest record store.  Actually, we might be familiar to some of you who are already in on our secret.

We’ll tell you more soon. Stay tuned.