I just got back from an excellent trip visiting family in Indianapolis. There are some great record stores in the world. I find that frequently they’re located near colleges, which in some ways makes me hopeful that upcoming generations are buying/listening to new music. Every time I’ve visited Indie I’ve gone to Luna on 5202 N. College Avenue, Indianapolis, IN 46220. The staff are always helpful and well-informed. One year I spoke with the owner, Todd, about the resurgence of vinyl and treasure troves of forgotten artists being re-released by the likes of record labels like Light In The Attic and Sundazed. On this most recent trip I suggested to the clerk (who told me about the artists who created the concert posters for sale and who created their t-shirts) that Luna is like a sister store to Other Music (15 East 4th Street, NYC, NY 10003) for me, they’re that great! Luna’s vinyl offerings are equally if not more extensive than OM. They also host in-store shows and have a whole section dedicated to unsigned, local bands. The clerk even suggested I send my album when it’s finished (James and I are closing in on the beast by the way). So, Lynch, what goodies did you procure? Well Philip, I got Speedy Ortiz latest album Major Arcana, I’m hooked on this track (and the whole album’s great!) :
Nina Simones compilation, Black Is The Color of My True Loves Hair. :
Queens of The Stone Age …Like Clockwork:
Michael Fennelly’s Love Can Change Everything: Demos 1967-1972
Belle and Sebastian’s Tigermilk:
Cleaners From Venus, Vol. 1:

Have a great Labor Day Weekend and righteous listens!!
I’m playing at Bar Matchless 557 Manhattan Ave, Bklyn, NY Friday Sept 6th @ 8PM c’mon out!!


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