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Monday - Saturday : 12pm - 8pm
Sunday : 12pm - 5pm

YES! We are open every day for Memorial Day weekend, including 12-8 on Monday. Stacked deep with tons of recently priced Used CDs and LPs from brand new collections we have purchased recently. Plus lots of strong catalog reissue restocks to fill in those nagging gaps in your record collection! Come thru, say hello, enjoy the ride.

Granfalloon returns next week! June 1-5th, enjoy readings, the handmade market, club night and more. Featuring musical performances from Japanese Breakfast, Car Seat Headrest, Tune-Yards, Divino Nino, Slow Pulp, Nnamdi, and more. Tickets still available.

New Releases - May 27

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Kendrick Lamar - Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers CD (Aftermath)

CD ONLY. LP forthcoming, please let us know if you would like us to contact you as soon as the vinyl is available. There is no physical date for the LP version yet. Yes, we will have it as soon as it is available to be had. His first album in 5 years and his last album for Top Dawg Entertainment. Sure to be one of the top albums of 2022. Features guest appearances from Blxst, Amanda Reifer, Sampha, Taylour Paige, Summer Walker, Ghostface Killah, Baby Keem, Kodak Black, Sam Dew, Tanna Leone, and Beth Gibbons of Portishead.

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The Frightnrs - Always (Daptone)

The Frightnrs 2016 debut album, Nothing More To Say, was a refreshing and welcome dose of classic rocksteady from the house of Daptone. Before Dan Klein's unfortunate passing, the band agreed to keep a promise to continue making music together. The road began with a period of intense songwriting back when the band and producer Victor Axelrod (Ticklah) were working on the group's debut. In addition to the scorchers heard therein, they agreed many of the recordings were too sweet to tamper with in order to fit the rocksteady mold. Some were created at their headquarters in Queens with Dan on the mic, some were elaborations on older ideas, others were brand new creations made at the finish line. Thanks to the vocal stems they had captured in this golden period, Dan Klein's other-worldly voice lives on, giving The Frightnrs all the raw material they needed for an entire album's worth of new music.

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Dehd - Blue Skies (Fat Possum)

The rapturous reception of 2020's Flower of Devotion gave Dehd access to more resources — budgets, studios, producers. Rather than seek something new however, they invested in themselves, their process, and their deep belief in what they have always done. They booked the same studio but tripled their stay, giving themselves time to play with arrangements and delight in a wonderland of drum machines and synthesizers. The result is the band's second consecutive breakthrough: sharper and smarter, with harmonies and rhythms more sophisticated and considered. Blue Skies is still Dehd – just more wild and wonderful than ever before. Another jolt of timely hope, only with twice the power.

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Liam Gallagher - C'mon You Know (Warner)

Liam's 3rd solo album was ignited with the lead single "Everything's Electric," which powered into the UK Top 20 as Liam's biggest solo hit so far. While the album pulsates with the traits that have made Liam such an iconic figure – a raucous rock 'n' roll anthem topped by his signature snarl – it's also a strong step forward in terms of both attitude and audio. Musically it's layered with unexpected sonic touches: surging Motown-tinged gospel backing vocals, shrieking saxophone from Ezra Koenig, and vintage Moog synths heightening the sonic maelstrom. Liam's lyrics also come from a fresh place: rather than being combative, his words brim with positivity and the joy of being reunited with friends, family and fans.

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Nirvana - Nevermind 30th Annv [8LP+7" Super DLX] (Geffen)

Commemorating the 30th anniversary of Nirvana's seminal 1991 release, the Nevermind Super Deluxe contains 8 LPs on 180-gram heavy vinyl showcasing the newly remastered album from the original analog tapes along with 4 complete concerts on the Nevermind Tour from Amsterdam, Melbourne, Tokyo, and Del Mar, California. Also included is a first-ever 7-inch for "Endless, Nameless" with B-sides "Even In His Youth" and "Aneurysm," and a 40-page hardcover book with unreleased photos.

Also New This Week

Atmosphere - Lucy Ford LP (Rhymesayers)
Bright Eyes - Companion EPs (Dead Oceans)
Decapitated - Cancer Culture (Nuclear Blast)
Def Leppard - Diamond Star Halos (Universal)
Easybeats - Its 2 Easy LP (Alberts)
Frog Eyes - Bees LP (Paper Bag)
Bruce Hornsby - Flicted (Zappo)
Cassandra Jenkins - An Overview On Phenomenal Nature (Ba Da Bing)
Jlin - Empryo (Planet Mu)
Just Mustard - Heart Under (Partisan)
Mercyful Fate - LP reissues (Metal Blade)
Mono - My Story, The Buraku Story (Temporary Residence)
Van Morrison - Whats It Gonna Take? (Virgin)
Nuclear Bubble Wrap - Problem Attic (Needlejuice)
Oneness Of Juju - Bush Brothers & Space Rangers LP (Strut)
Orgone - Lost Knights (3 Palm)
Painted Shield - Painted Shield 2 (Loosegroove)
PHF - Purest Hell (Danger Collective)
Robert Pollard - Our Gaze (GBV)
The Sex Pistols - Original Recordings 2LP (Universal)
Slang - Cockroach In A Ghost Town (Kill Rock Stars)
Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith & Emile Mosseri - I Could Be Your Dog (Ghostly)
Stars - From Capleton Hill (Last Gang)
Mark Tremonto - Sings Frank Sinatra (Take Chance)
Tyrannosaurus Rex - Strange Orchestra (Easy Action)
Widespread Panic - Miss Kitty's Lounge LP (Widespread)
John Zorn - Garden of Forking Paths (Tzadik)
VA - Back Up: Mexican Tecno Pop 1980-1989 (Dark Entries)
VA - Eric Satie: Fragments (Deutsche Grammofon)

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Landlocked Top 5

Our top 5 sellers for the week of 5/20 to 5/26

1. Harry Styles - Harry's House (Columbia)
2. The Black Keys - Dropout Boogie (Nonesuch)
3. The Clash - Combat Rock + The People's Hall (Legacy)
4. Florence + the Machine - Dance Fever (Republic)
5. Neil Young - Citizen Kane Jr Blues (Reprise)


Andrew Bird - Inside Problems (Loma Vista)
Drive-By Truckers - Welcome 2 Club XIII (ATO)
Fantastic Negrito - White Jesus Black Problems (Storefront)
S.G. Goodman - Teeth Marks (Verve Forecast)
Horsegirl - Versions of Modern Performance (Matador)
Jasmyn - In The Wild (Anti)
The Kills - No Wow (Tchad Blake Mix) (Domino)
Angel Olsen - Big Time (Jagjaguwar)
Prince and the Revolution: Live 1985 (Sony)
Adrian Quesada - Boleros Psicodelicos (ATO)
Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever - Endless Rooms (Sub Pop)

COMING SOON - Pre-Order Now!

Pre-Orders can be made via email, in person at the store or online, for local pickup enter "LOCAL" at checkout when asked for a discount code. On release day, we will have your order waiting, including any special goodies we might get.

Bright Eyes - Companion EPs (5/27)
Angel Olsen - Big Time (6/3)
Deserta - Every Moment, Everything You Need (6/10)
Perfume Genius - Ugly Season (6/17)
The Smile [Radiohead] - A Light for Attracting Attention (6/17)
Joan Shelley - The Spur (6/24)
Soccer Mommy - Sometimes, Forever (6/24)
Fleet Foxes - A Very Lonely Solstice (7/1)
Black Midi - Hellfire (7/15)
Interpol - The Other Side Of Make-Believe (7/15)
Beach Bunny - Emotional Creature (7/22)
Built to Spill - When the Wind Forgets Your Name (9/9)
Death Cab For Cutie - Asphalt Meadows (9/16)
Bartees Strange - Farm to Table (10/7)

Upcoming Concerts

We are NOT selling physical tickets. Please follow the links below for online sales.

6/1-5 - Granfalloon Festival w/ Car Seat Headrest / Japanese Breakfast / Tune-Yards / Divino Nino / Slow Pulp + more
6/9-26 - Hedwig and the Angry Inch @ Waldron Auditorium
6/18 - RSD Drops @ Landlocked
6/23 - Windser @ Bishop
6/24 - John Doe (of X) Trio @ Buskirk Chumley
7/2 - Son Volt @ Bluebird
7/10 - Dry Cleaning @ Bishop
7/14 - Ethel Cain @ Bishop
8/3 - Harlem Gospel Travelers @ Buskirk Chumley
8/21 - Robert Cray @ Buskirk Chumley
9/13 - Dinosaur Jr @ Bluebird
10/8 - Bob Mould + HC McEntire @ Buskirk Chumley
10/12 - Kevin Morby / Cassandra Jenkins @ Buskirk Chumley

Nashville, Indiana @ Brown County Music Center
6/3 - Steve Earle @ BCMC
6/17 - America @ BCMC
6/22 - Pat Benatar @ BCMC
6/23 - Marty Stuart and His Fabulous Superlatives @ BCMC
6/26 - Ben Folds @ BCMC
7/23 - Little Feat @ BCMC
7/30 - Gladys Knight @ BCMC
7/31 - Blackberry Smoke / Elizabeth Cook @ BCMC
9/9 - Emmylou Harris @ BCMC
10/23 - Joe Satriani @ BCMC