STAFF PICKS Kimber – Tracey Thorn, Buffalo Tom Lindsay – Dick Stusso, The Breeders Dario – Suuns Paula – Lucy Dacus THIS WEEK’S NEW RELEASES Andrew W.K. – You’re Not Alone CD (Red Music) To party is to exist. And to exist is to party. On You’re Not Alone, Andrew W.K.’s first album of new […]

The only thing better than listening to a record is hearing the band live! Here are just a few shows we’re excited about, in the month of March. For a full list of shows happening in the valley, check out our complete online concert listing at Silverplatter.info! Dario’s Picks: Downtown Chamber Series – March 9th/10th – […]

STAFF PICKS Kimber – Low Anthem, Courtney Marie Andrews Lindsay – Loma, Marlon Williams, U.S. Girls Dario – Courtney Marie Andrews, Mouse On Mars Paula – Low Anthem, Holly Miranda THIS WEEK’S NEW RELEASES Courtney Marie Andrews – No One’s Slate Is Clean [Reissue/2010] CD (House Arrest) For a decade or so Courtney Marie Andrews […]

The year has officially gained momentum and the new releases are flooding in! Here are 5 albums that are in heavy rotation at the shop, some already released, some very soon to be released. Rhye – Blood [Loma Vista] Rhye fits in well with the droves of ambient Pop/R&B artists, dominating the “indie” music world. […]

As a record store, it is our job to act as your personalized tour guide through the millions of albums that have been recorded and sold over the 100 plus years of recorded music.  A little one on one conversation usually does the trick, but so much of record shopping is about the quiet time […]

STAFF PICKS Kimber – Jim White, Belle And Sebastian Lindsay – Loma, Marlon Williams, U.S. Girls Dario – Tal National, Laurie Anderson & Kronos Quarter Paula – Laurie Anderson & Kronos Quarter, Shannon & The Clams THIS WEEK’S NEW RELEASES Laurie Anderson & Kronos Quartet – Landfall CD/2xLP (Nonesuch) Inspired by Laurie Anderson’s experience of […]

Once again, we dredge the bottom of a sea of vinyl to bring hidden treasures to the surface on another installment of Alphabetized Into Obscurity: A Journey Into The Unknown. The Neon Philharmonic – ST [Warner Bros. 1969] There is no shortage of lost and forgotten psych pop bands from the 60s. We could probably […]