Strictly Discs


Here comes another party! Last month's warehouse pop-up was such a blast that we're gonna do it again Thursday, July 26. If you came out to the last one, you'll recall that it turned into quite a nice little block party in the expansive parking lot, the likes of which we can't really have on our busy street, especially with all these trucks truckin' around. Delicious beer (ice-cold Crop Circle Wheat courtesy of our friends at the Great Dane), mellow tunes, plenty of spots to sit down and relax, and ping pong! What more do you need? Oh yeah, how about 1,000s of fresh bargain LPs (including lots of jazz), 45s, CDs, cassettes and other musical ephemera for browsing outside, plus a killer selection of rarer LPs inside the warehouse?

We've also got a pretty eye-popping selection of like new/barely used contemporary LPs across several genres: indie, classic rock and pop, electronic, and many more, including plenty of titles that are already very much out of print!
Lots of modern classics from some big names will be out for the digging: the White Stripes, the Flaming Lips, Deerhunter, Danger Mouse, Beach House, Modest Mouse, Tom Waits, Deftones, Tool, Marilyn Manson, Fiona Apple, Rolling Stones, My Morning Jacket, Bob Dylan, Bjork, TV On the Radio, Portishead, Radiohead, Cat Power, Nick Drake, Gorillaz, Lightning Bolt, Grandaddy, Circulatory System, and some cool Nirvana rarities.

We see some hip-hop titans like Outkast, Method Man, Earl Sweatshirt, Gonjasufi, Erykah Badu, Madvillain, MF Doom, Del, the Beastie Boys, Atmosphere, Childish Gambino, D'Angelo, and Danny Brown. Jazz, blues and folk is here from Sun Ra, Miles Davis, Abner Jay, Vashti Bunyan, Six Organs, Charley Patton, Roscoe Holcomb, and Michael Hurley. Check out essential underground pioneers like Brian Eno, Cluster, the Cramps, This Heat, Nico, Brigitte Fontaine, the Gun Club, and Suicide, and a wide variety of electronic biz from Julia Holter, K. Leimer, Flying Lotus, Tim Hecker, Chromatics, Dirty Beaches, Jan Jelinek, Push Button Objects, Bibio and Boards of Canada.

Beyond that, the skies the limit: we've got a hoarder's paradise of books and DVDs, including full season and series-runs of TV shows, as well as concert films, niche and foreign cinema; deep selections of rare and cheap books covering any and all music plus some other underground topics; and all the vintage gear we can't fit in the basement - turntables, speakers and receivers, ranging in price from entry level to audiophile.

Lastly, fear not: the pop up will have a ton of great records but we will STILL be doing our usual Used Vinyl Alert with the same amount of great fresh arrivals the following Friday. So cruise out to our home away from home and prepare to dig. Bring the family, bring a date, or just bring a big box to haul away the deals. We'll see you Thursday evening!
Our warehouose is located at 4253 Argosy Court. Please park only on Argosy Court and not in the trucking company's back lot.

Ron, Ryan, Angie, Marty, Evan, Matt, Michael, Ben, Will, & Ed

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