“15-Track Compilation Features Rare and Unreleased Recordings From Boston’s Soul Scene”
“It’s about reliving being in an old skate shop, being in an old record shop.”
"Skippy’s been around since, what, 1961? Skippy is Boston history."
In racks, bins, and crates and on tall shelves, customers are greeted with the exciting near-certainty that they’ll find some gems to ogle over and bring back home for their own players since there's so much—affordable!—vinyl to choose from.
After nearly two months, seven in-person visits, numerous phone calls and emails, and a run-in with the Wilmington police, we finally received some of the records we requested.
Keep this bookmarked through the school year, and, in the words of the patron saint of getting wild, Andrew W.K.: “Party till you puke.”
"I try not to center too much on what a specific scene is doing, because it’s all about the Internet for me now."
Like all proper sequels, this one is cranking things up a notch.