Groupon just put up a $15 for $30 at Amoeba, plus they're having a "buy before October 2 and get $10 off" deal, so it cost me $5 for $30.
Argh. There was a SF Amoeba groupon this weekend during the only 2 days I've stayed away from computers all year. :P
I'm not 100% as to whether the extra $10 off was just for my account or if it's a general thing. Regardless, I get to go record shopping after work today and not feel guilty about getting $30 worth of stuff.
I bought this too! Thanks Bryan
8/8 - Xavier Wulf / Cashy / Yung Simmie - Echoplex - LA
8/18 - The Drums - The Sayers Club - LV
8/22-23 - FYF Festival - Expo Park - LA
8/27 - Chelsea Wolfe - Backstage Bar - LV
8/29 - Melvins - The Sayers Club - LV
9/13 - Kamasi Washington - Soda Bar - SD
9/26 - Kamasi Washington - Smith Center - LV
got mine. i spent $15 on it (didn't see an additional $10 off), but a great deal nonetheless. Thanks for the heads up.
I went today after work.
The Dicks - Kill From the Heart
Howlin' Wolf - Moanin' in the Moonlight
Both represses. I'd never heard the Dicks before, but dear god is this album awesome. Bluesy funky punk shit, and Gary Floyd had to have been the most flamboyant man in Texas in the 80s.
New record store opened up down the street from me. Mostly reissues and used records, but I found some cool stuff.
A.R. Kane - When You're Sad
The Jim Carroll Band - Catholic Boy
The dB's - Stands for Decibels
Lesley Gore - The Golden Hits of Lesley Gore
Hawkwind - Space Ritual
Jawbox - Grippe
Love Battery - Between the Eyes
Love Battery - Far Gone
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I'm more stoked on finding the Hawkwind record, which is in great shape and sells for significantly more than I paid for it. The Jawbox and Love Battery records were nice finds though. Plus the very first A.R. Kane 12".
I've been trying to get all of the original Hawkwind releases from the classic period. I kind of hate not having money, cuz last time I was at Amoeba prior to today I saw Warrior on the Edge of Time for $20, and I just couldn't spend it. It was the original shield cover too.
More mail order.
Krallice - Diotima
Mutilation Rites - Empyrean
Zomby - Where Were U in '92?
Roomie and I cashed in our Amoeba Groupons:
Slint - Spiderland
Don Caballero - American Don
American Football - s/t
Sufjan Stevens - Michigan
Sufjan Stevens - Illinoise
I am doing my first purchase on Discogs for a Parentheical Girls Lp Safe as houses for $20.Im kinda in disbelief because each part of Privileges is worth at least triple the amount on Discogs.
Atlas Sound - Logos
Alt-j - An awesome wave
FYI if you bought the Amoeba Groupon deal you cannot use two at the same time on the same day. Nor can you use it in conjunction with any sort of trade-in you did.
If any of you are in/near/around NYC, you might want to head to Brooklyn this weekend.
Here's the list of vendors, etc:The Flea's fifth Record Fair, and second of 2012, takes place Saturday, October 6, inside Smorgasburg. After two highly successful recent fairs, vendors requested the new twice-annual schedule, particularly to accommodate record labels' release calendars. Surrounded by 100 food vendors, with special guest DJs all day, and now with SmorgasBar selling Brooklyn-made beer, wine, and spirits, the record fair has become one of the most popular market days of the year.
Four top independent labels join the lineup of 32 vendors: Ghostly International, Merge, Mexican Summer, and Warp. Like many labels, Merge is debuting a major fall album before its official release date at the record fair: Jiaolong by Daphni (aka Dan Snaith of Caribou). Similarly, Kanine Records will be selling copies of its Grizzly Bear vinyl/LP reissue of Horn of Plenty before its January 2013 release; Minimal Wave will have pre-release copies of its latest, Deux's "Golden Dreams" EP; Ghostly will have pre-release 12"s of HTRK/Tropic of Cancer's "Part Time Punks Radio Sessions"; and many more.
Just announced: Flying Lotus will be signing copies of his excellent new album, Until the Quiet Comes, at the Warp Records booth on Saturday.
Special guest collectors include Siltbreeze Records founder Tom Lax, Jesper Eklow of Endless Boogie, a shared booth of music-industry veterans (Kris Chen, Hua Hsu, Piotr Orlov, Joseph Patel), DJ Moosaka (also the Smorgasburg market manager), Robert Schaad (a psych/minimal specialist), Mondo Kim's, and the Greenpoint vinyl shop Coop 87. (See below for a full list of vendors and specialty items.)
The event also marks the launch of renowned Delaware craft brewery Dogfish Head's sponsorship of the record fair. As independent producers, music-lovers and even creators of their own annual record fair in Rehoboth Beach, Dogfish is a perfect partner for us. In addition to its popular 60 Minute IPA and Punkin Ale, Dogfish will have available its rare seasonal "Bitches Brew," inspired by the Miles Davis album.
Brooklyn Flea Record Fair
Saturday, October 6, 11am-6pm
Inside Smorgasburg, 27 North 6th St. (btw. Kent Ave. + East River)
Coop 87 Records
Halcyon The Shop
Knitting Factory/Partisan/Young One Records
Minimal Wave Records
Secretly Canadian/Dead Oceans/Jajaguwar
Siltbreeze & Friends (feat. Tom Lax and Jesper Eklow)
Treehouse & Friends (feat. Kris Chen, Piotr Orlov, Joesph Patel & Hua Hsu)
Merge Records: Merge Records slipmat debut, and early sales of Daphni - JIAOLONG ( release date is October 16th)!
Warp Records: Out of print Warp lps, limited edition Warp tee shirt, & :Limited Edition Brian Eno Small Craft on a Milk Sea box (full description here - http://brian-eno.net/small-craft-on-a-milk-sea/)
Minimal Wave Records: early sales of Deux - Golden Dreams EP, Sympathy Nervous - Plastic Love LP, Ohama - The Potato Farm Tapes LP, and Das Ding - H.S.T.A. LP (repress)- All not released until October 9th!
Kanine Records: Grizzly Bear Horn Of Plenty LP vinyl reissue (not out until January!), Beach Day Walking The Streets 7" new single on colored vinyl (limited to 300 copies), Bleeding Rainbow 7" singles series all on colored vinyl (limited to 300 copies), and new tee shirts from Kanine Records, Eternal Summers, Bleeding Rainbow, Beach Day.
Ghostly International: early sales of HTRK / Tropic of Cancer Part Time Punks Radio Sessions 12" Out officially October 30th!
Captured Tracks: Limited Edition Soft Metals LP - only 15 copies remaining!
Knitting Factory Records: Fela Kuti - The Complete Works Box Set, Fela Kuti - Vinyl Box Set 2 Curated by Ginger Baker
Amish Records: Limited edition Required Wreckers series including releases from Son of Earth, Ensemble Economique, Ben Vida/Keith Fullerton Whitman, Mike Shiflet/Pete Swanson, and Gregg Kowalsky with Jozef Van Wissem
Siltbreeze & Friends, Feat. Tom Lax (Siltbreeze) & Jesper Eklow (Endless Boogie): DIY, KBD, NDW, RIO, Acid Archives, Post Punk, Jazz, Folk, Psych. Maybe even some Chain Gang.
Robert Schaad, Collector : early electronic/synth, soundtrack, psych, minimal wave-ish, prog and more.
Matt Radune, DJ: 3 decades of 12" DJ records and Technics 1200s and/or other turntables for sale
Coop 87 Records: extreme markdown/blowout sale on used LPs and 12"s
Treehouse & Friends Feat. Kris Chen (XL Recordings), Piotr Orlov, Joseph Patel, Hua Hsu: soul, 90s rap, dance singles, Iron Maiden 12”s, Musica Populera Brasileira, soul and funk 45s.
Sepiatone Records: 1950s-70s rock, new wave, alternative, goth, industrial, jazz, soundtracks and country
Record Grouch: low and high end punk, prog, psych, experimental, and even some Dad Rock, to fill those gaps in your collection.
Doug Mosurock, Collector: Rock, psych, jazz, experimental, indie, punk, soul, dance music, compilations and more. 7"s and LPs/12"s, maybe even cassettes. Lots of it, too, from cheapies to collectibles.
Mondo Kim's: used, out of print, 45"s, LPs and DVDs and some recent Psych and International LP reissues and lots of dub 45"s and LPs.
Sorry for the long post, but this is super exciting to me.
Gentle Despite - The Darkest Blue 7"
Heavenly - Last Night I Fell in Love 7"
Momus - The Poison Boyfriend
ADMX-71 - Second System 2LP
I went to Amoeba to get the special edition FlyLo, then I told myself if I could find $45 of worthwile records instead I would do that.... so yeah....
Jesus and Mary Chain - Automatic
Hurl - We Are Quiet in this Room
Francis Harold and the Holograms - Who Said These Were Happy Times
Deerhoof - Milk Man
Bob Dylan - Desire
The Art Ensemble of Chicago - Fanfare for the Warriors
Gene Ammons - The Happy Blues
Sergio Mendes & Brasil '77 - Primal Roots
Also just got online...
Throbbing Gristle - Endless Not
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