A list of upcoming record shows and events, including the San Antonio Record Show on October 13 and Danbury Record & CD Expo! in Danbury, CT on October 21.
What this record store, JTB’s Groovy Record Room, lacks in inventory stock, it makes up in its environment and the passion of its owner.
published in Goldmine, October/November 2018 issues Ah, the ongoing saga of Mick’n’Keef’n’Charlie, too. To some, they’re more Strolling Bones than Rolling Stones, a travelling Broadway musical plowing through the same old crowd-pleasing motions to the strains of an iPod playlist. …
Steve Hackett, Danny Adler, Eddie and the Hot Rods and more reviewed!
The following are upcoming record shows and events, including the World Famous 39th Semi-Annual 45 & 78 only show in Allentown, PA on Sept 22 and The Vinyl Revolution Record Show in Astoria, NY on Sept. 30.
For nine CDs of generally excellent sonics, generally brilliant music, and a heap of ’80s memories that you may or may not thank the 12-inch mixes for reminding you of, “Keychains and Snowstorms” is spectacular. Soft Cell were, after all, the only band in the entire synthipop boom that was carved of anything more than MTV-friendly pop.
Are CD mispressings any different than vinyl mispressings as far as value?
Reviews on new music releases from Contempo, Psychedelia 69, Residents, Phyllis Dillon, Pioneers, etc.
Tanng! Records is much more than a San Diego record store, it’s a record label, started back in 1984 with a focus on showcasing the Boston punk scene.
In the world of reggae reissues, two labels have led the field this year. A third is about to make its bow, as the legendary Trojan gears up to celebrate its fiftieth anniversary, but for now, Cherry Red’s Doctor Bird …