Posted in music on April 19, 2012

Other Music

NYC record store Other Music just announced their full Record Store Day 2012 schedule, which includes Ex Cops and more. Check it out below...

From Other Music:

Record Store Day 2012 is now upon us and we're just as excited as you are! It's the once-a-year event in which record shops across the country, and the people who love them, celebrate their special place in modern culture. Hundreds of artists and labels get together in support of independent retailers by creating limited-edition vinyl (and some CD) pressings that are only available at your favorite indie record store. This Saturday, all the participating stores like Other Music will be packed with great new releases, limited reissues and special one-offs, and we hope that you will stop by and dig through the bins with us and join in the fun. (The full list of RSD releases is here -- no guarantee of actual quantity and availability.)

Our doors will be opening at 11:00 a.m. and all of the early risers waiting in line will be treated to some hot coffee an hour before, courtesy of our neighbors, La Colombe. Then throughout the day a great roster of DJs will be stopping by to spin their favorite tunes while you shop (schedule listed below). We'll also have the first release on our new Other Music Recording Co imprint available for purchase exclusively here at the store: Ex Cops' debut 7" single "I Am the Lion, You Are the Lamb (Original Dram Session)" / "Millionaire." So if you're in NYC this Saturday, make sure to swing by Other Music and any other record store in the city that you can visit, and wherever you are, please give some RSD love to your favorite local indie music retailer.

NOON - 1PM: Suckers
1 - 2PM: Finders Keeper's Amanda Colbenson
2 - 3PM: Four Tet
3 - 4PM: Black Dice
4 - 5PM: Ex Cops
5 - 6PM Psychic Ills
6 - 7PM: The Men
7 - 8PM: Wild Nothing

Generation Records also has a full day of activities planned.



Comments (13)

old ass pic. Blonde redhead, neon bible, what is this, 2007?

Posted by Anonymous | April 19, 2012 1:52 PM

Ah, paying for music. Those were the days.

Posted by Anonymous | April 19, 2012 2:14 PM

214, theyre comin back :(

Posted by Anonymous | April 19, 2012 2:34 PM

looking forward to generating some brand awareness amongst our target markets during record store day

Posted by Anonymous | April 19, 2012 2:48 PM


Posted by Anonymous | April 19, 2012 3:18 PM

They should've gotten Friendly Fires to play.

Posted by Anonymous | April 19, 2012 4:31 PM

anyone want to put a deathwatch on other music? cant survive in that area at that rent selling those cds.

Posted by Anonymous | April 19, 2012 5:26 PM

No I don't think so 5:26, why would you get such satisfaction out of their closing.

Posted by nygrump | April 19, 2012 6:05 PM

this is such a big Marketing Day i buy Records anytime i feel not just for a special day =s

Posted by Kazukovox | April 19, 2012 9:58 PM

Fuck i should have went to this

Posted by Anonymous | April 22, 2012 12:53 AM

Other Music:

Not selling (supporting) hardcore punk and metal since 199?

'Hope this store closes one day, I really do.

Posted by D | April 22, 2012 9:27 AM

It is truly fun if you celebrate Earth Day with music. Musicians play a very crucial role in helping open the eyes of the people and take care of their environment.

Posted by James Stuckey | June 23, 2012 11:53 PM

super wicked

Posted by mike | August 2, 2013 3:49 PM

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