Posted in music | tour dates on April 16, 2010

DOWNLOAD: Inlets - In Which I, Robert (MP3)


Permanent Records (181 Franklin St, Brooklyn, NY) has a few in-store performances scheduled in its Greepoint store over the next few months, and that includes on Record Store Day (Saturday, April 17th, tomorrow), when there will be just one band playing all day. Mystery Of Two put out one of their "absolutely favorite releases of 2009" and "Now they're our in-house band for Record Store Day 2010!". There will be sets all day starting at 1pm.

Mystery Two, an Ohio band, can also be found at Cake Shop tonight (4/16).

Inlets and Holy Hail are two of the bands that are also set to play the store soon. New Inlets MP3 above. Full instore schedule, and all Mystery Two dates, below...

Mystery Of Two
Saturday, April 17th | FREE
Performing sets throughout the day starting at 1pm

Friday, May 7th | 7PM FREE

The Living Kills
Friday, May 14th | 7PM FREE

Friday, May 21st | 7PM FREE

Holy Hail
Friday, June 18th | 7PM FREE


Mystery of Two - 2010 Tour Dates
Apr 16 - The Cakeshop w/ Wussy * The Fervor * Little , Big New York, New York
Apr 17 - Permanent Records In Store Brooklyn (Greenpoint), New York
Apr 29 - Now That's Class w/ Harlem * Wooly Bullies Cleveland, Ohio
May 28 - The Beachland w/ Dreadful Yawns * Prisoners Cleveland, Ohio



Comments (6)

best record store in nyc!

Posted by Anonymous | April 16, 2010 5:04 PM

Take that iTunes!

Posted by Anonymous | April 16, 2010 5:18 PM

Easily my favorite record store in NYC too. Glad to see them getting some much-deserved attention.

Posted by Anonymous | April 16, 2010 5:28 PM

Went there for the first time last night. GREAT store!

Posted by Anonymous | April 16, 2010 7:03 PM

The only record store I'll be spending money at tomorrow.

Posted by Anonymous | April 16, 2010 7:23 PM

Only record pretty much in NYC without asshole employees. If only more people bought CD's instead of the other non tangible ways.

That guy on St. Marks in the basement level on the northside of the block is a prick who only knows the late 70's in some prog music and thats it.

Posted by Anonymous | April 16, 2010 7:39 PM

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