A pet pig would not be entirely out of place at Deep Thoughts. The store is idiosyncratic.
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.
This Sunday, Inman Square turns into a factory outlet heaven for snagging post-Record Store Day sales.
Love is in the air: love for vinyl, love for culture, and love for your neighborhood, wherever that may be.
B-sides, deep cuts, and classics will spin in Allston tonight to commemorate what would've been Bowie's 70th birthday.
Books + music + beach = your summer reading roster
“Allston is a great neighborhood,” he says. “That’s why we wanted to push the cafe concept. This will be somewhere [locals] will want to hang out in.”
Record Store Day is a bit of a clusterfuck now.
"The TV kept us alive for all these years, and, for some reason, now is the time for us to play. It’s nostalgia for a band you’ve never seen."