Music fans and record collectors in NYC who didn't blow their entire tax return on Record Store Day can empty the rest of their wallet at the third-annual Numero Group pop-up which happens at 170 Franklin Ave in Greenpoint, Brooklyn this weekend (April 21-24). They'll have copies of their RSD16 releases -- that Las Vegas Grind compilation, a Blonde Redhead Peel Sessions disc, and a tape collection of Chicago underground rap group Stoney Island -- along with most of Numero Group's amazing catalog, as well as "damaged stock, posters, t-shirts, and all other manners of branded garbage that we’ve manufactured over the last 13 years." All of this cheaper than what you'd pay at a record store, so if you've had your eye on that Ork Records box maybe now's the time.

Hours for the Numero Group Brooklyn Pop Up are Thursday, April 21 from 5PM-10PM; Friday, April 22 from 12PM-8PM; Saturday, April 23 from 12PM-8PM; and Sunday, April 24 from 12PM-5PM. More info here.

Meanwhile, Numero Group co-founders Ken Shipley and Rob Sevier will DJ at Kinfolk on Friday ($5 at the door) and flyer for that is below.


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