A pet pig would not be entirely out of place at Deep Thoughts. The store is idiosyncratic.
Get the holiday shopping done early with these hand-picked music gifts from Boston and beyond.
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."