It’s that time of year again! Get a good night's sleep on Friday so you can record store hop all day on Saturday! What is going on where? We have you covered with a comprehensive guide to Record Store Day!
Shake It Records
Rhineghist has teamed up with Shake It Records! The festivities will kick off at 8am with 500+ limited Record Store Day releases, the first tapping of Rhineghist’s Slow Jam IPA and plenty of new merch, including Slow Jam slipmats, RSD t-shirts, button packs, and pint glasses. Bring a can donation and snag 10% off your purchase!
There will be lots of live music throughout the day, as well.
Phil’s Music and Memories
Phil’s will have RSD titles and anyone who mentions CincyMusic will get 20% off used vinyl!
There will be plenty of vinyl. There will be turntables and gift certificates to be given away. There will be bands playing. And there will be room for you!
Plaid Room Records
RSD items in HUGE quantities, over 1000 fresh used LPs hittin' the floor, 30% OFF all older used (things that didn't go out on RSD),Tons of prizes raffled off for early birds!
Complimentary coffee from Twisted River Coffee Roaster LLC and donuts from Holtman's DonutShop at 6am on the patio.
Delvon Lamarr Organ Trio will be performing on the patio live at 7:00 PM!
Morrow Audio Records
Patsy live in store at 11:30 and 1:30!
Mole’s Record Exchange
Opening at 9a. As well as the special RSD items, they make sure the racks are full of "new" used LP's! Get there early for the rare day-only finds!
Grand opening of their newer, bigger, weirder west side location on 6470 Glenway Ave. Hundreds of Record Store Day records and live music! and tons of newly obtained cool used vinyl. Opening at 10a.
For Herzog’s first Record Store Day they will be having a party to celebrate the LP release of DJDQ's "Where the Sidewalk Begins" on 180-gram vinyl, on a new Herzog Music imprint.
What is "Where the Sidewalk Begins?"
One mixer, one turntable, one multi-track recorder. 37 days and nights in 2002. Emerging from the dust of Scribble Jam, the nation’s premier hip hop festival in Cincinnati, Ohio, came Where the Sidewalk Begins. Weaving seamlessly through blues, Indian, rock, opera, spaghetti Westerns, symphony, and whatever the dollar bin left behind, across eras of music that have never been involved so intimately, came a 28-minute hip hopera, yet genre-eluding “masterpiece”. Hailed by artists and fans alike as near-cult status, it speaks to an era of musical and harmonious turntablism that has yet to replicate itself. A moment in time that was lost, as a result of a very limited release homemade, albeit ambitious CD-R, vanishing as fiercely as it emerged. Until now. For the first time ever, on a just as limited 180-gram vinyl re-release.
Jet Age Records
Opening at 8a. Food available from Webb's BBQ. Music at 11a.
All $2.00 & $3.00 albums will be $1.00 off. Mosey will be on the porch grilling up hot dogs. All of their uninventoried albums in the back will be on the porch for $3.00 each or if you buy 10 or more they will be $2.00 each. Music trivia at checkout! If you can guess the correct answer to a trivia question drawn from a deck of cards, you will receive 10% off your total purchase! Raffle with giveaways to be drawn around 6p. Anyone who spends $10.00 or more will be put into a raffle of your choice for the recently posted album packages, $25.00 gift card, or a custom-made album crate.
Live acoustic performance by Sean and Tony Moser!
Another Part of the Forest
Buy one get one Vinyl! $1 CDs, DVDs and Two for $1 VHS!