May 16, 2019
STRICTLY DISCS IS HIRING:
Vinyl Pricing Clerk:
Excellent customer service skills; ability to anticipate customer needs
A passion for music, and a broad, deep base of musical knowledge
Knowledge of Goldmine standards & experience grading and pricing records
Knowledge of stereo equipment/functionality
Availability to work nights and weekends
Ability to lift and carry 50 pounds
To apply, submit letter of interest & resume to email@example.com
NEW THIS WEEK AT THE SHOP:
Join us Tuesday, May 14th for Music Trivia at the High Noon Saloon.
Test your music knowledge monthly at High Noon!
Registration starts 5:30 | First question at 6:00 PM
FREE | 21+
New prizes to the winning team each month and a cumulative prize for the top team of the year includes a golden ticket to every show at High Noon Saloon the next year!
June 18 | July 16 | August 13 | September 17 | October 15 | November 12 | December 17
SELL US YOUR CDS & LPS:
OTHERS TALK BACK:
This isn't the spot to lay down odds on the third race. OTB is where Others Talk Back and give you the lowdown on what they've been feeling lately. This one's for the customers.
Protomartyr – “No Passion All Technique” This album is a reissue of their ultra-rare debut album from 2012. Only a minuscule number of vinyl and cassette copies were released back then and they quickly sold out. At the time, the band had four hours of recording booked and figured that all they had time to record was a single. Instead, they came out with a single and a debut album. Recording that many songs in a short time meant that the band didn’t have the luxury to correct mistakes or add any finesse to their songs. These are raw and loud songs, perhaps the rawest that they have ever recorded. The band now feels mannered in comparison to this record. The music on this is more garage and punk rock than where the band is now. And with Protomartyr that isn’t necessarily a bad thing. - Ted
The Get Up Kids – “Problems” The Get Up Kids were one of the best emo bands of the nineties. They continued into the new century but broke up with a large amount of acrimony in 2005. They reformed in 2008, and released a rather ordinary comeback album in 2011. And now, “Problems” is their first release in eight long years. You know, it is sort of hard to remember what emo was all about 20 years ago. Maybe all emo was back then was just rock and roll. Because “Problems” is just a pretty good straight ahead rock and roll album. Not punk rock, garage rock, country-rock or any other hyphen rock. And the songs here are probably the best group of songs that the band has come up with since the nineties. “Problems” is a rather impressive album from a band that was a trailblazing outfit all those years ago. - Ted
Ron, Ryan, Angie, Marty, Evan, Matt, Ben, Will, Ed, Isaac, Larry, Andy & Mark