Seven Record Store Day 2018 titles entered Dicogs’ Top 10; Twenty-Nine titles entered the Top 50.
Run Out Groove launches ROG CORNERSTONES — “records that should be in everyone’s collection.” The debut cornerstone is an expanded edition of Morphine’s “Yes” LP.
Record Store Recon believes Casbah Records is the best record store in London: “You are a fool if you get to London and don’t visit this store.”
Upcoming record shows and events, including Norwalk (CT) Music Expo on June 10 and Grand Rapids Record & CD Show on June 23.
The college town record store, Mellow Matt’s Music, is one of the better college town record stores Record Store Recon has visited.
For 11 years now, and twice a year latterly, Record Store Day is the one (two) day(s) on the calendar when even the most impoverished musical emporium can guarantee a full house. And that’s only one of the reasons why we celebrate Record Store Day every year.
Record Stored Day announces a whole bunch of heavy-hitting releases. And a full list of titles and their accompanying artwork can be found on the RSD website.
The following are upcoming records shows and events, including WKRN Music Mash in Bridgeport, CT on March 3 and the Chicagoland Record Collectors Show in Hillside, IL on March 18.
The owner of Backstage Auctions talks about the Houston-based auctioneer’s upcoming Headliners & Legends auction in February.
Simple Minds’ vocalist JIm Kerr talks about the new album “Walk Between Worlds” and his interest in music collecting. Plus Dave Thompson on “Goldmine’s Essential Guide to Record Collecting.