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BA of the Week: DJ Bus Station John of The Tubesteak Connection (10 Years Tonight!!!) & Disco Daddy

Every week we feature a different person from the community shedding a little light on their life of brokeitude. Who knows, maybe you’ll learn something about the human spirit — probably not.

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Used Record Paradise at The Thing (plus comics and junk)

You enter to the sweet song of two metal-heads arguing about music. “Okay, name me one decent album in the last five years,” says one. “No, they’re

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Radical Vinyl And Cheap Booze at El Rio

We all know El Rio as one of the great [dive] bars in our fair city. What you read below is just one of the many reasons why. On

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FREE Giveaways and More at the Insound Warehouse Sale Tonight

Online cool kid retailer Insound.com doesn't think it's enough to give you a Free MP3 every week and discounts almost as often

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Happy Record Store Day

Today is the day where thousands of bespectacled music nerds (myself included) celebrate all things vinyl for National Record Store Day. More then just a music industry

East Bay Unwrapped: Alameda Thriftin’

Welcome to the mid twentieth century in beautiful Alameda! If you were swept out to sea, on what kind of island would you hope to seek refuge? A mysterious,

Cheap Vinyl, Baby Dolls and more at The Thing

When I came up with what I've decided might be my best Halloween costume ever, Dooneese from SNL's Lawrence Welk Show parody, I needed

Word Vomit About Your Records at Monday Night Vinyl Club

If you can't figure out how to start organizing your records in autobiographical order like Rob did in High Fidelity, you should go to

DIY: A Classic – The Record Bowl

[caption id="" align="alignleft" width="240" caption="Sound Wave by Jean Shin"][/caption] There's just something about vinyl. Something about hearing every warble, pop and hiss; something tangible. While 8-tracks are mocked,

Free Event With Lots of Vinyl

My first record was a 45.  It was a hand me down from my older sister and it