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NYC lost two great, iconic record stores on Saturday. Continue reading…
A new report from DigiTimes claims that there are some interesting changes in store for the Apple Watch. According to the publication -- which admittedly has a spotty record with Apple rumors -- Apple is planning to replace the OLEDShow More Summary
Other Music opened its doors at 15 East 4th Street in December 1995, down the street from an unthinkably large Tower Records. The Tower's long-gone now, and finally, after 21 years, so will be Other. The record store—celebrated for its diverse selection across genres and its international records—closes tomorrow, Saturday, June 25. Show More Summary
The Manhattan record store Other Music has been in business at 15 E. 4th St. since 1995, but on Saturday, June 25 it will shut its doors. Over the years, the store has hosted a number of in-store performances, and on Tuesday, June 28, Other Music will hold its final show, BrooklynVegan reports. Show More Summary
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This Friday, Other Music—the tiny, beloved, and outré record shop on East Fourth Street—will cease its retail operations. No longer will sealed Belle and Sebastian or Boards of Canada LPs be tentatively placed on its counter. The headline...Show More Summary
Jack White's Third Man Records regularly puts out Live at Third Man 12" releases that were recorded direct-to-acetate in the Nashville store's Blue Room. The latest installment in the series, out July 1, is a live set from comedy duo...Show More Summary
New York record store institution Other Music is closing up shop at the end of the week, and MSNBC visited the store and talked to co-owner Josh Madell for a new segment that looks back on the shop’s 20-year history. They also have interviews with comedian/musician Tim Heidecker and a few of the shop’s customers. […]
You may remember that The Charlatans' Tim Burgess collaborated with Arthur Russell/Love of Life Orchestra‘s Peter Gordon on a cover of Russell's "I Couldn’t Say it to Your Face" for a Record Store Day 7" in 2014. They've now made an LP together. Continue reading…
RWDG Webinar: DIY and Purchased Data Governance Tools from DATAVERSITY To view the On Demand recording of this presentation, click HERE>> About the Webinar Data Governance tools are enablers to program success. The metadata stored in these tools become the backbone of a successful Data Governance program. Show More Summary
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Protestors Gathered In Response To An Attack At An Istanbul Record Store The Day Before.
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Yesterday, a listening event at an independent record store in Istanbul, where Radiohead fans were celebrating the release of the group's new album, unexpectedly turned violent when outraged religionists showed up.
Aquarius Records, the oldest independent record store in San Francisco, will be closing and reopening under a different name next month. Yesterday, owners Andee Connors and Allan Horrocks announced on their website that the legendary shop, which was established in 1970, has been sold to the reissue label Superior Viaduct, who also run an Oakland […]
With the ever-growing number of apps and games in the Windows Store, it is becoming increasingly difficult to keep up with what's out there. For that reason, every Friday we showcase some apps that have piqued our interest. They mayShow More Summary
Radiohead Fans Attacked at Istanbul Record Store At least one person was injured when extremists attacked a Radiohead listening party in Istanbul Friday. Fans of the British post-rock band were gathered to celebrate the group’s acclaimed new album, A Moon Shaped Pool, at the Velvet...
About 20 Men Reportedly Attacked Patrons For Drinking Alcohol And Listening To Music.
During the global listening party for Radiohead’s A Moon Shaped Pool, a group of men broke into Istanbul record store Velvet IndieGround Records and accosted employees and listeners. The group was allegedly mad that the listening party coincided with Ramadan, the Islamic month of fasting. Velvet IndieGround was one of ... More »