Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Wrapping it up:
The closing sale has been going well. Stock is low, but there are good things to be found. I still have rent to pay, so any business you can throw my way will be greatly appreciated.

Increasing the discount:
The 52.5% off sale starts Friday, October 1st. Original art and screen prints are excluded.

New hours in October:
Wednesday-Saturday: 11-6
Sunday: 1-6
Monday & Tuesday: Closed

October 30th:
The final day. I'm still working on organizing a final art show, with proceeds to benefit charity. I have lots of wall space, so I am looking for donations. I will be donating several items from the 52.5 collection. Please contact me prior to October 25th if you have something that you plan to give. Thanks!

Tuesday, September 14, 2010

From the desk of Frank Whiteside. Re: More good titles still in stock.

Superior format:

Wovenhand Mosaic
"Great album by weird dude."

Flying Burrito Brothers Burrito Deluxe
"Dead hippies playing country music. Good."

Agoraphobic Nosebleed Agorapocalypse
"Grindcore with a chick, so girls can buy it now. Right?"

Rudy Ray Moore Dolemite
"Ever wish your life was a blaxplotation film? Now it can be, sort of."

Brutal Truth Evolution Through Revolution
"C'mon, 22 songs in 40 minutes. Take off your Disturbed shirt and come to the light of brutality."

Inferior format:

Jack Rose Luck in the Valley
"Last album by a great acoustic player who died too early."

Pentagram First Daze
"Like Sabbath? Prove it, buy this."

16 Horsepower Live March 2001
"Great live show by some badass Christians." (with that same weird dude from Wovenhand)

Killing Joke self titled
"You've seen their shirts for years." note: and a favorite of Clay's

Alice Coltrane Journey in Satchidananda
"John Coltrane's wife, with Pharoah Sanders and Charlie Haden. Do it!"

Friday, September 10, 2010

"Do you have any good stuff left?"

We're getting picked over, but there are still plenty of good titles in stock.
30% off the marked price.

Compact Discs:

Aphex Twin Selected Ambient Works 85-92
Pitchfork review

Lounge Lizards No Pain for Cakes
With John Lurie and Mark Ribot. Excellent.

Nation of Ulysses 13 Point Program to Destroy America

Ween Mollusk

Sin Ropas Three Cherries
With Tim Hurley of Red Red Meat and Califone.


Eugene McDaniels Headless Heroes of the Apocalypse
Pitchfork review.

Hold Steady Stay Positive

Fetchin' Bones Cabin Flounder
Used copy, near-mint condition

Sigur Ros Med Sud I Eyrum Vid Spilum Endalaust

Thin Lizzy Live and Dangerous

Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Going Out of Business Sale
starts today! 30% off almost everything
(excluding original art and screen prints).
Beer is BOGOF.