photo by Dawn Thorfinnson
by Michael Todd
Spin yourself a schedule for Saturday, the big day for music measured by its revolutions per minute. Record Store Day takes place in a number of shops in the Lincoln/Omaha area, and no doubt can be celebrated at music stores across Nebraska. Riffle through some stacks and come away with some smile-spawning scores.
Here's a list of stops to make and releases to pick up:
|Saddle Creek Shop||Omaha|
311 — 12-inch vinyl with remixes of "Trouble," Weightless," Sunset in July" and "Time Bomb" from Universal Pulse.
Cursive — 12-inch vinyl re-release of 2001's Burst and Bloom EP
Icky Blossoms — Babes 7-inch release as colored vinyl, just 1,000 copies. A side is in English, and B side is in Spanish.
The Mynabirds — Generals 7-inch with the title track from the group's forthcoming album. Laura Burhenn did the handiwork of spray-painting and hand-numbering all 1,000 of the silk-screened sleeves.
PUJOL — Reverse Vampire 7-inch as colored vinyl, just 1,000 copies.
Michael Todd is Hear Nebraska's managing editor. He should really get his mom's records from Casey Welsch at some point, but he hasn't gotten around to it. Reach Michael at firstname.lastname@example.org.