Thursday, February 11, 2016

Some Indie Exclusives...for YOU

Some indie exclusives comin' your way---like Record Store Day only not.

Feb. 12 -  Kid Rock's Kid Rock 2LP on orange vinyl and Cocky on turquoise vinyl
Feb. 19  - Lake Street Dive has a new one on colored vinyl
Feb 26 - Mackelmore's The Unruly Mess I've Made  on cassette.  yes, cassette.
March 4 - Prince Rama Xtreme Now  on black/neon green starburst vinyl
March 11 - Lucius' Good Grief has an indie exlusive on translucent blue vinyl with proceeds going to Oxfam America.  Touring now with Portland's Pure Bathing Culture!
March 18 - Damien Jurado Visions Of Us on the Land 3LP deluxe: 2 black & one white vinyl
April 1 - no foolin'!- Explosions in the Sky The Wilderness indie-exclusive, 2LP red/white vinyl.
        Also The Last Shadow Puppets' Everything You've Come To Expect deluxe colored vinyl with bonus 7"
         Yeasayer-  Amen & Goodbye  on transparent gold vinyl
         Blake Mountain -  IV   2LP white vinyl
         Bleached -  Welcome To The Worms black/white vinyl



Tuesday, January 5, 2016

Start Your Ear Off Right! With Rhino!

We have some great vinyl coming in Jan. 19 from the hilarious but very serious and professional folks at Rhino Records!  With purchase you'll get a swell 2016 Rhino calendar while supplies last.


Bad Company Rock N Roll Fantasy: The Very Best Of Band Company (180g 2LP)
The Blue Man Group Giacometti/Ready To Go (7")
The Cars The Cars (Translucent Blue LP)
Cibo Matto Viva! La Woman (180g Orange Opaque LP)
Devo Freedom Of Choice (Red White & Blue Starburst LP)
Grateful Dead Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles, CA 11/10/1967 (180g 3LP)
The Monkees Cereal Box Records (4 7" Flexi Collection)
The Monkees Complete Album Collection (10CD box)
The Replacements Hootenany (LP)
The Replacements Let It Be (LP)
The Replacements Sorry Ma, Forgot To Take Out The Trash (LP)
The Replacements Stink (LP)
The Temple City Kazoo Orchastra Some Kazoos (Burgundy 7")
The Velvet Underground Live At Max's Kansas City (180g 2LP)
The Velvet Underground Live At Max's Kassas City (CD)
Various Artists The Complete Stax/Volt Singles 1959-1968 (9CD Box Set Reformat)
Various Artists Jackie Brown: Music From The Miramax Motion Picture (180g Yellow LP)
















Thursday, September 10, 2015

Pink Vinyl - Ten Bands One Cause

Last year during Breast Cancer Awareness Month, RED Distribution, retail stores, artist and label partners raised nearly $30,000 for Gilda’s Club NYC by contributing proceeds from selling pink vinyl select artists.

 Additionally Hard Candy and Spotify worked together to provide a Ten Bands One Cause playlist that featured music from these artist and $1 for every subscriber to the playlist went to Gilda’s Club NYC. 

In 2015, a new crop of artists and labels are coming to the table to grow this campaign way passed what we did last year. Run The Jewels, Sturgill Simpson, Joey Bada$$, Al Green (the first pressing of The Belle Album in 30 years), Between The Buried & Me, Chet Faker, Pierce The Veil, Primus, Clutch (a brand new album specifically for this campaign) and Ingrid Michaelson combine for nearly 20 million album sales in the US, around 8 million Facebook followers, 2, million Twitter followers and more.
This contribution (along with others) allowed for Gilda’s Club to provide hundreds of free workshops, lectures and more to their members in 2014 Gilda’s Club was floored by our contribution. Customers found out about Gilda’s Club for the first time and posted on social media their awesome pink vinyl.

They will release their pink vinyl titles on September 29th 2015. These releases will be limited to a one time pressing.  

Everyday Music will carry these titles for the cause!  The downtown PDX store will play the album selections all throughout the day and we'll have CUPCAKES! PINK CUPCAKES while they last, so make sure you stop in early on the 29th!   Plus, you know that Run The Jewels will fly out the door.

Thursday, August 27, 2015

WILCO SCHMILCO!

An indie-store exclusive is comin' your way on the newly designated "Vinyl Tuesdays" --

It's WILCO's Star Wars with the pretty kitty on the cover.  It is scheduled for October 13 and will be colored vinyl w/digital download.

 Only 3,000 of these pressed so mark your calendar.



Also out Oct 13 : Wax Idols' American Tragic  on electric blue vinyl.


Monday, August 10, 2015

Vinyl indie exclusives~

Our pal BEN FOLDS has an exclusive out on 9/11/15.  So There will come out on a 2-lp set on opaque white colored vinyl with digital download card.


BEIRUT! has a new one everybody is talking about, and it sounds brilliant.  You can get the exclusive blue/green vinyl on Sept. 11 of the new album called No No No.  It's limited to 2,500 copies, so make sure you some in asap!  And don't forget....NEW RELEASES now come out on Fridays.  for the most part. 


Also ... Out on Sept. 18 is Skylar Spence's Prom King on gold vinyl.

Wednesday, July 22, 2015

Exclusives on vinyl~comin' your way

Upcoming exclusives out on August 28 from our pals at ADA Distribution:

Motörhead! That's right, I know where the umlaut key is.  Metal Gods release Bad Magic on 180-gram colored vinyl w/cd AND digital download...that's THREE versions for one low price of $20.  Pressing only 2,000 of these, so first come first serve.

Defeater Abandoned  Indie exclusive on Coke-bottle clear vinyl (whatever that is!) includes download card.  Only 500 made!

Tamaryn Cranekiss limited-edition vinyl, only 300 pressed, includes 24-page booklet.


Wednesday, July 1, 2015

New Releases are changing to TGI FRIDAYS!!!

In case you haven't heard...starting next week Street Date for new releases will now be FRIDAYS!  Just like the movies.  It's a huge change and adjustment for us...new releases have been on Tuesdays for as long as any of us can remember. SO!  There are a couple of stragglers on July 6 next week, and the rest will come out on July 10 and then Fridays from then on.  Record Store Day, which coordinates our big day in April as well as the Black Friday indie-exclusive releases, are toying with the idea of releasing their titles on Tuesdays still...giving record stores a little edge on the internet.  ANYWAY....adjust your shopping days!


http://pitchfork.com/news/59914-record-industry-will-adopt-friday-as-global-release-day-beginning-july-10/