August 23, 2013

So Many Ticket Give Aways!

Not even kidding, we're doing FOUR separate give aways!  So if you're the kinda person that loves free concerts and awesome bands you might want to check these out...

On September 28th Braids is playing at The Boot and Saddle (1131 S. Broad St.) with doors at 8pm and  show at 9pm.  If you wanna see them just send us an E-mail or stop into the store and drop off your name and phone number/E-mail address to enter to win!
And then on on September 24th at the Liacouras Center (1776 N. Broad St) we have tickets to see Atoms For Peace w/ James Holden! Doors at 6:30, show 8:00 All Ages.  Holy **** that's gonna be good!  To enter all we need is you're name and number/E-mail.

We are also gonna have a chance for some body to go see Dent May w/Dead Gaze at MilkBoy Philly (1100 Chestnut St) on October 4th.  Doors 8:30, show 9:00 ,21+.  Gonna be a nice show so why not see it FOR FREE?  Come in or E-mail us and let us know you want to be entered to win this! 

What!? That's not all!  Frack no.  We're also planning on giving away tickets to go see Lilacs & Champagne w/ Grails and Wreckmeister Harmonies and The Lilacs at The Boot and Saddle on September 14th. Doors 8PM and show at 9PM 21+.   That's a crap ton of bands for free.  At this point you know what to do; come in or e-mail us with your name and phone number.

Good luck everybody! 

August 10, 2013

Staff Pick:

What we are digging:

This. When this album dropped in early 2011 it came out of nowhere.Well, almost nowhere. Maybe you had been following the craziness surrounding Frank's southern California hip hop collective Odd Future, who had been riding a wave of indie awareness and controversy at this time, or maybe you were a fan of forward thinking RnB and it was just something on your radar. However it came into your view, it more than likely planted itself firmly in place and didn't leave your brain until it could leak down to your fingers and type itself on a best of 2011 list. There was only one thing missing...vinyl. You see, nostalgia was put out as a mixtape, famously released by Frank after frustrations with label Def Jam dragging their heels forced him to release the album himself on the Odd Future website to the surprise of OF fans checking their website looking to re-download their lost copy of "Goblin" or "Earl".

But all that is different now. Why? Cuz Repo. Now you can hear "There Will Be Tears" in all it's life affirming glory, "Novacaine" in all it's indie kid pleasing-ness, and "Strawberry Swing" in all it's beautiful non-Coldplay-ness. We kid. But we really love this album. And it really shines on vinyl. Come say hi and pick up a copy. Repo loves you