Back for our 3rd serving at Preston's number one ale selling jukebox pub.
Organised by the Rotation crew at Dig Deep Records, our record fairs are as much a social event as an opportunity to dig in the crates.
Buy new and used vinyl, dig for your most sought after holy grail, check new releases, listen to hand picked DJs spinning throughout the event, and soak up the vibes with a drink from the bar.
Our carefully selected vendors, each selling personally curated record collections, are knowledgeable and friendly. We provide listening stations so you can try before you buy.
Take your swag home in a nice new totes bag supplied by our friends at #discogs.
Crates of #boogie, #funk, #disco, #soul, #nudisco, #edits, #latin, #jazz, #house, #techno, #DnB, #hiphop, and #afrobeat, rub shoulders with #rock, #indie, #prog, #folk, #blues, #reggae, and #dub!
The fair starts at 12 noon and runs till 6pm. Then the after party starts. DJ's playing throughout the fair and into the night include:
Billy (Outbreak Collective)
Chris Holt (Four Corners)
Cottam (Ruff Draft)
Douglas (Dead Horse Gang)
Mat Sullivan (Basementality)
Paul Rice (Nodding Dog Disco DJs)
Posh (Better Days)
Southi (Disco MoFo)
Tom Godfrey (Nodding Dog Disco DJs)
Entry is free, and you can support the event by buying a drink from the well stocked bar.
Sometimes, the only way you can say what you feel is to be quiet. Or, sing... So, I'll just say a few words, then be quiet and sing. Because you can't have your cake and eat it, too. So, I only have 1 more eye appt. and 2 more tough dental appts. Easy right? Piece of cake. Um...maybe it's a Sock-it-to-me cake. Or a Devil's Food or a Mud Cake. Or a I've Lost My Marble Cake. PIMP LOL. Just kidding. I'm tough. And I'm thankful. To be Blundt, I'm like a Sponge Cake. Absorbing everything. Have a fun night. Remember... You can't have your cake and eat it, too. And, you can't always get what you what. But, what you knee'd. So, what's your fave flavor cake, honey? Signed, Like Many Cakes, She Has Many Layers
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Barn Doors and Concrete Floors @israelnash
🎙2011 📻 Americana
Every now and then an Americana record of exceptional beauty appears. Totally unexpected, and until then also totally unknown. Barn Doors and Concrete Floors of New York-based Israel Nash Gripka is one of them.
He debuted in 2009 with New York Town, in which he wanted to project the Americana feeling into the life in the concrete jungle of the metropolis. He was going to do things differently with Barn Doors. After a bet with a lot of beer, he dragged a truck full of recording equipment to a barn in the idyllic Catskill Mountains in upstate New York. With a bunch of friends, including Sonic Youth drummer Steve Shelley, he recorded eleven songs, which the listener seized at the throat in harrowing and occasionally serene beauty.
The music of Israel Nash (as he likes to call himself nowadays) balances between the early work of Neil Young and the best of The Band, without falling into epigonism. They are songs about loss and love, the human deficit and the courageous attempts that a man undertakes to keep his head above water in a tough society. A known theme so far.
But what makes Barn Doors and Concrete Floors a record that stands above his genre, is the recording technique. Gripka has a profound dislike of recording studios, which he considers to be sonic factories where musical uniformity is made. He opened the doors of the barn, put a row of folding chairs on the floor, microphone in the middle, and made songs under the starry sky. Together with the birds, the insects and his dog, who could also join a bark. The result is breathtaking. Just listen!