Record Store Day returns!
Buoyed some by the revival of vinyl but still struggling under the weight of electronic ubiquity, listener iPodery, and schizophrenic consumption habits, an event like Record Store Day scratches an itch we obviously have for haptic connection to music, an art we relate to most frequently via the Matrix. It also gives us all good reason to spend a grip of money at places that need it, appreciate it, and pay it forward.
Read on to see how stores around the Cities plan to party...
You can go here for a complete list of Record Store Day's special releases.
4304 Nicollet Ave S, Minneapolis
Special hours, 9am-7pm
2000 4th Ave S, Minneapolis
Breakfast, goodie bags, hourly drawings
1pm performance from Dr. Dog, 4:30pm performance from Paul Cebar
First 200 people to spend $15 receive a ticket to a private Solid Gold and Idle Hands show at Nick and Eddie
2557 Lyndale Ave S, Minneapolis
Special hours 9am-7pm
Selection of used records $1 and super secret surprises
165 13th Ave NE, Minneapolis
50% off all used vinyl
6-10pm, performances from Tim Kaiser , FoodTeam, Exuviae, Low-Gain
1922 University Ave W, Saint Paul
Local musicians spinning all day, special guest surprise
407 W Lake St, Minneapolis
Special hours, 9am-8pm
Baked yummies from Cake Eater Bakery, veggie dogs and soda at noon
3318 E Lake St, Minneapolis
11am - 7pm
Performances from Buffalo Moon, Martin Devaney, The Twin Cities Ukulele Orchestra and more
2411 Hennepin Ave S, Minneapolis
11am - 8pm
Performances all day from: Eyedea, Dessa, A.R.M, Prof & Rahzwell, Paper Tiger and more
Sales on music from Rhymesayers and Soundset performers