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Tuesday, October 21

saki newsletter 10/21/14!

We got so much good stuff in this past week, including new arrivals, new releases, and some much needed restocks! The next few weeks should be no different, so keep an eye on the blog, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram some amazing stuff to listen to now that it's the time of year we'll all be spending a lot more time inside with our record tables!

To help you wade through all the good stuff a few of our employees have taken it upon themselves to add some personal descriptions and/or haiku's to some of their favorite records in the shop. Come dig around and see what you can find/learn about us! What we've learned so far is that our employees are a bunch of weirdos...

Here are a few highlights from the past week!

We got Brian Costello's (Outer Minds, Shame That Tune!)
new book Losing In Gainesville in stock!
Tons of awesome new arrivals and restocks!
Busy Beaver dropped off their new line of Button-O-Matic!
We also have a bunch of tickets and guest list spots to give away, including Dum Dum Girls at Metro this Friday, and Ben Frost at Constellation on Halloween. Make sure you check out the list towards the bottom the newsletter!

Once again, our monthly comedy show Freak Happening is one week early this month (it's normally the last Friday), but this month things have gotten a little weird! We just found out our beloved Freak Happening hosts, Nick and Goodrich have rented out the store for a rave in lieu of a comedy show. We know we should be pissed, but we're actually kind of excited to drop some E and zone out to these DJs. Come find out what the hell is going on this Friday!

Upcoming events:




Friday, October 24th @ 7:30pm
A Freak Happening RAVE!

Friday, December 12th @ 6pm
Bill Connors' opening reception!

New releases:

Bad Channels - S/T LP
Belle and Sebastian - Fold Your Hands Child... LP
The Body/Sandworm split LP
Budos Band - Burnt Offering CD and LP
Can - Out Of Reach LP
Can - S/T LP
Fennesz - Venice LP
The Gotobeds - Poor People Are Revolting LP
Horse Feathers - So It Is With Us LP
Iceage - Plowing Into The Field Of Love LP
Mineral  - EndSerenading LP
Mineral - The Power of Failing LP
Nude Beach - 77 LP
Of Montreal - Cherry Peel LP
Of Montreal - The Gay Parade LP
Oozing Wound - Earth Suck LP
Wilson Pickett - Hey Jude LP
Sleater-Kinney - All Hands On The Bad One LP
Sleater-Kinney - Call The Doctor LP
Sleater-Kinney - Dig Me Out LP
Sleater-Kinney - The Hot Rock LP
Sleater-Kinney - One Beat LP
Sleater-Kinney - S/T LP
Sleater-Kinney - Start Together 1994-2006 LP box
Sleater-Kinney - The Woods LP
Wrekmeister Harmonies - Then It All Came Down LP

This week's 20% off staff picks:



We've got Crusaders of Love (RIYL Exploding Hearts), Damaged Bug (John Dwyer's Thee Oh Sees electronic side project), Majical Cloudz 'Impersonator' LP, Cypress Hill's 'Black Sunday' (a sorely overlooked relic of Record Store Day's past), Damon and Naomi's 'Wondrous World Of...' (another old RSD title), and Wymond Miles 'Under The Pale Moon' (Fresh and Only's sold side project, perfect for this weather)!

Ticket Giveaways:



Buy a release from any band playing an upcoming Empty Bottle, Schubas or Lincoln Hall show and we can add you to the guest list. Here are a few we recommend!


10/24 Dum Dum Girls at Metro 10/25 This Will Destroy You at Lincoln Hall
10/26 Clipping at Schubas
10/27 Nude Beach at The Empty Bottle
10/30 Twin Peaks, Ne-Hi and Flesh Panthers at Lincoln Hall
10/31 Rubblebucket at Metro
10/31 Ben Frost and Cleared at Constellation
11/1 Paperhead, Verma and Heaters at The Empty Bottle
11/2 Allo' Darlin at Schubas
11/3 Blonde Redhead at Bottom Lounge
11/4 Mark Lanegan Band at Bottom Lounge
11/11 Deerhoof, Priests and White Reaper at Bottom Lounge
11/12 Natural Child with Grosse Pointe and Rabble Rabble at The Empty Bottle
11/13 Avi Buffalo at The Empty Bottle
11/13 My Brightest Diamon at Lincoln Hall
11/18 Alex Clare at Metro
11/23 An Evening With... Sloan

Spotify listening station:



These days record stores don't get a ton of promos from bands and labels like the good ol' days, but we know that you still want a chance to listen to a lot of things before you make the decision to buy. To help you out with that we've created a Spotify Listening Station in the store. Sounds fancy, right? It's not. We just bought a burner phone that has WiFi and we created a Spotify account for the store.


If you find yourself flipping through the racks and you realize that you'd like to listen to something before you buy it, just ask at the counter and we'll pull out some headphones and Burnice (that's what we named our burner phone) so you can have a listen!

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