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•March 23, 2010 • Leave a Comment
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Record Store Day 2010 at Vintage Vinyl

•March 23, 2010 • Leave a Comment

Vintage Vinyl hosts Record Store Day 2010

Record Store Day is April 17, 2010

25 days, 10 hours, 57 minutes, 48 seconds

Instore Performances 

Artist: Peter Bradley Adams
Time: TBA

Artist: Care Bears On Fire
Time: TBA

More performances listed as artists confirm.
 

Exclusive Products 

Record Store Day Exclusive items will be available in the store only beginning on Saturday, April 17th. Any product that remains will be available for online purchase on Monday, April 19th. Orders will be filled on a first come, first serve basis. We reserve the right to limit quantities to one copy per title per customer, so please do not order multiple copies of the same title.

Against Me – I Was A Teenage Anarchist

RSD exclusive — only 2500 copies of this vinyl pressing worldwide!

Devo – Duty Now For The Future

RSD 12″ vinyl re-issue!

Passion Pit – Little Secrets

Limited edition 7″ release for Record Store Day!

MGMT – Siberian Breaks

New 12″ vinyl release exlusively for Record Store Day!

Julian Casablancas – 11th Dimension / Long Island Blues

New 7″ from a founding member of The Strokes!

Jimi Hendrix – Live At Clark University 3/15/1968

12″ colored vinyl release for Record Store Day!

Great Lake Swimmers – Legion Sessions

Previously unreleased live version of their 2009 album!

Gogol Bordello – We’re Comin’ Rougher / Trans-Continental Hustle

7″ vinyl release for Record Store Day 2010!

fun. – Aim And Ignite

12″ vinyl release of the album for RSD 2010!

Elvis Presley – That’s All Right / Blue Moon Of Kentucky

New 7″ reproduction of the original 45!

Dave Matthews & Tim Reynolds – Squirm / Lying In The Hands Of God

Record Store Day 7″ of intimate live sessions never before released on vinyl!

Coheed And Cambria – Guns Of Summer 7″ Picture Disc

New 7″ record with custom on-vinyl artwork!

Steel Train – Turnpike Ghost / Bulletproof

Extremely limited pressing for this RSD 7″!

Weezer – Raditude ….Happy Record Store Day

New CD released exclusively for Record Store Day!

Yeasayer – O.N.E.

New 12″ available on Record Store Day!

Bon Iver / Peter Gabriel – Come Talk To Me / Flume

New split 7″ for Record Store Day!

Beastie Boys – UNLABELED 12″

Surprise 12″ for Record Store Day!

Hold Steady – Heaven Is Whenever

New album early-release LP for Record Store Day!

Black Label Society – Skullage

New double-vinyl for Record Store Day!

Hole – Nobody’s Daughter

New LP – first Hole release in over a decade!

Sex Pistols – Great Rock ‘N’ Roll Swindle (limited edition)

180g double LP release for Record Store Day 2010!

John Lennon – Singles Bag

3 x 45 RPM vinyl singles + custom envelope + 3 postcards + 24″x36″ poster!

Rolling Stones – Plundered My Soul

Exclusive, NUMBERED 7″ Includes PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED music!

Dios – We Are Dios

New CD release for Record Store Day!

Rodriguez – Inner City Blues

New 7″ released just for Record Store Day 2010!

Ani DiFranco – Live at Bull Moose 4-17-2009

Exclusive RSD release of an exclusive RSD performance!

Royce Da 5’9″ – Street Hop

12″ vinyl release of “Street Hop” – RSD 2010 exclusve release!

Get Up Kids – Simple Science

New 4-sign CD EP!

Mason Jennings – Fingerprints

Special Record Store Day release!

Soundgarden – Hunted Down

New 7″ re-issue on translucent orange vinyl!

Yeah Yeah Yeahs – Skeletons

7″ vinyl single includes exclusive track for Record Store Day 2010!

White Lies – Remix EP

All-exclusive track EP for Record Store Day 2010!

Weezer – Raditude [Record Store Day 2010]

Album re-released for RSD 2010!

TV On The Radio – Dear Science (Vinyl Reissue + Bonus MP3)

This record store day 12″ includes a limited-release MP3 download!

Them Crooked Vultures – Mind Eraser, No Chaser 10″

This 10″ record includes an unreleased track and an exlusive interview!

Grace Potter And The Nocturnals – Live In Skowhegan

First release of their sold-out 6-8-2008 show — includes previously unreleased “Big White Gate”!

Owl City – Owl City Record Store Day 7″

Exclusive Record Store Day 7″!

La Roux – Bulletproof (Live And Remixed)

Includes a never-before-released track for RSD 2010!

Godsmack – Cryin’ Like A Bitch!

Exclusive Record Store Day 7″!

Peter Bradley Adams – Traces

Instore performer for Record Store Day 2010!

Nonpoint – Miracle

Exclusive Record Store Day-only DVD of their hit single!

Infected Mushroom – Killing Time Remix

Remix 12″ exclusive to Record Store Day!

Fela Kuti – Fela Kuti 10″ EP

The first in a series by the Fela Project! RSD early-release exclusive

Asteroids Galaxy Tour – Fruit

RSD early-release vinyl!

White Rabbits & Antlers – Live from Daytrotter

From Daytrotter Sessions and never released commercially!

Shooter Jennings – Don’t Feed The Animals

Less than 1000 created — includes fan mixes

Cage The Elephant – Live At Grimey’s

5 songs Live at Grimey’s in Nashville, TN including a cover of one of the more obscure Pavement songs “False Skorpion”

Phoenix – Fences

Limited pink vinyl 12″!

 
Record Store Day Exclusive items will be available in the store only beginning on Saturday, April 17th. Any product that remains will be available for online purchase on Monday, April 19th. Orders will be filled on a first come, first serve basis. We reserve the right to limit quantities to one copy per title per customer, so please do not order multiple copies of the same title.
 
 

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Create Digital Music » Record as Record Player: DIY Turntable, Donuts for Serato in New Releases

•March 23, 2010 • Leave a Comment

Record giant Universal Music Group is cutting prices on the CD, as analysts clamor for still-lower prices. But as for actual records – the kind made of vinyl – odder and odder innovations flourish. If the CD is dying, the vinyl record is an undead, sexually-alluring vampire.

Two recent releases not only treat the record as “delivery mechanism,” but also tools for playing the record.

The late hip hop great J Dilla (aka Jay Dee) gets a well-deserved tribute from his label Stones Throw, complete with some fantastic, unreleased instrumentals (“Safety Dance”, “Sycamore”, “Bars & Twists,” and remastered cuts for Mos Def, Q-Tip and Busta Rhymes). But, working in collaboration with Serato, this release also takes note of the people actually buying records these days: DJs. There are beautiful, donut-themed slipmats. (As far as I’m concerned, anything featuring donuts earns automatic bonus points. Mmmmm… donuts.) The records themselves, meanwhile, are dual-sided. When you want to hear the record, play it face up. When you want to use DJ software, flip it for Serato control tone. (Officially, that works with Serato Scratch Live DJ, but it’ll also work with the open-source Mixxx and Deckadance apps, too.)

It’s a fascinating idea: make the record itself friendly to vinyl and digital turntablists. Of course, if you’re a digital DJ, I imagine you already have the control records you need, but — you still get those tasty donut slipmats. And it is a reminder (as if you needed one) that DJs are keeping the record format alive. Massive CD sales may have been the domain of the m

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Clean vinyl records with Wood Glue!?! #vinyl

•March 23, 2010 • Leave a Comment

What do you think? #vinyl

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Early Neil Young albums re-released on vinyl | al.com #vinyl

•March 23, 2010 • Leave a Comment

Early Neil Young albums re-released on vinyl

By Greg Richter — Birmingham News

March 19, 2010, 3:00PM

neilyoung.jpgNeil Young’s first four albums, “Neil Young” (1969), “Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere” (1969), “After the Gold Rush” (1970) and “Harvest” (1970), have been re-released in a limited pressing.

Warner Bros. is selling them as a limited-edition box set for $150. Only 3,000 will be sold worldwide, according to a Warner Bros. Records Web site, and they are pressed on 180 gram vinyl at Pallas FG/Germany, described by Warner Bros. as the world’s premier record pressing plant. (We assume 180 gram vinyl is the good stuff.) Each album and box are individually numbered in gold foil stamp.

Also available for the less costly $85: a gold limited-edition numbered CD box set of the four albums. Only 3,500 of those will be sold, Warner Bros. says.

“After the Gold Rush” includes the song “Southern Man,” and “Harvest” includes “Alabama.” Those two songs spurred Lynyrd Skynyrd to write the Southern Rock anthem “Sweet Home Alabama.”

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WMC 2010: Q&A with UK Legend DJ Greg Wilson, Playing Electric Pickle on Wednesday – Miami Music – Crossfade – Miami #vinyl

•March 23, 2010 • Leave a Comment

WMC 2010: Q&A with UK Legend DJ Greg Wilson, Playing Electric Pickle on Wednesday

Categories: Nightlife, Q&A

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​Few figures in the international dance music scene can wear the title of legend as aptly as Greg Wilson. The British DJ boasts a career spanning three decades, going back to the birth of house and his early days as a DJ at Manchester’s seminal club The Hacienda, and he carries on the authentic mixing art form to a greater degree than any of his contemporaries. To watch him go at it live on the decks is to take a trip back to the early days of garage, disco, and electro-funk, when vinyl records, beat-juggling, and old-school tape delay gave dance music a loose-limbed vitality rare in today’s mechanized DJing.

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Pitchfork: Erykah Badu Reveals Trippy Album Cover, New Madlib-produced Song

•March 21, 2010 • Leave a Comment