We are leaving our 709 West Rosemary Street location on July 1. Thanks to all the wonderful friends we've made over the past three years. It's been a privilege serving you and sharing our love of craft coffee and vinyl records.
It's been a great run here.
Now it's on to new adventures!
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Sunday: 12pm - 6pm Monday - Thursday: CLOSED
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keeping it real, etc.
The resurging interest in vinyl records offers a ray of hope for humanity.
It means more and more people are seeking authenticity in their lives. It means they value that which is tangible and lovely and lasting. It means they want something real, something they can hold in their hands, something that can’t be ripped or streamed or downloaded.
Mostly it means gems like “Buckingham Nicks” (1973) and “This is Carmen McRae” (1967) and the psych-soul-strangeness of “The Rotary Connection” (1968) – none of which have ever been re-issued in any format other than the original vinyl – are finding a whole new audience.
Closer to home, it means music lovers can enjoy local stars Dexter Romweber, Spider Bags and Skylar Gudasz in the full glory that exists only in the grooves.
And that is good news for civilization indeed.