It's time to visit your favorite local record store; a place where music fans meander aimlessly, spend countless hours flipping through used records, and discuss the minutia of favorite b-sides, best live albums, and anything else music-related. If you have any questions, you can always find Tara and Natalie behind the counter ready to dispense a recommendation or tell you about a recent discovery. Join Record Store Society biweekly on Sundays to see what’s new or just to hang around for some music talk.
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This show keeps spawning musical rabbit holes for me to go down. It’s like I am in the shop, casually pretending to flick through records in a bin, but actually secretly listening to the cool people talk music at the counter. So great.
I was looking forward to listening to this. I learned about the podcast from Stuff to Blow Your Mind, which is an excellent show. Halfway through the episode on "Debut Albums" I was treated to a lecture about how I must react to bands that have been involved in controversies. It was stated that if a band has a controversy, you HAVE to mention it. You shouldn't be allowed to mention theb music on its own. Why? The music stands on its own and liking that music doesn't indicate you endorse every... more
Super fun. If this was a real store in my hood, I’d be hanging out there all the time.
I wanted to love this show, because I love record stores. However, this just seems like another by-the-numbers ‘these are the albums I love and you should too’ podcasts. No history of record stores, no details about how local businesses like record stores sustain a community of neighbors and artists, no news on the future state of the local record store. A ‘my favorites’ list, I can get anywhere else.
I wish you guys could put all the songs you guys talked about in the description of the episodes!
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Record Store Society launched 2 years ago and published 66 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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