Friday, September 24, 2010

Do It. Space15Twenty Record Fair.

With the news of Fat Beats, the hip-hip record store on Melrose, closing its doors just last weekend, the light known as the physical album grows ever dimmer. But alas, there is thankfully still Amoeba.

And interestingly enough, just down the street this weekend will be another little glimmer of hope, as Space15Twenty holds its first ever Record Fair. Expect "carefully curated collections" from DJs, musicians, music bloggers and more among the mostly vinyl pop-up event. Amoeba itself will be showing off some favorites, as well as main sponsors B-Music/Finders Keepers Records, Killing Spree DJs, Origami Vinyl and more. It'll probably be on the pretentious side, but isn't that the best thing about vinyl? May it live on!

The Space15Twenty Record Fair happens this Sun., Sat. 26 from 10am-2pm, at 1520 N. Cahuenga Blvd. in Hollywood. It's free and open to the public.

**Also this weekend:
-WeHo Book Fair
-The Pixies in La Jolla
-LA Craft Beer Crawl
-Warholian exhibit at Royal/T
-Abbot Kinney Fest

-- Chau Tu

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