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“Everybody wants to work in a record store, I think the answer to why is obvious, to be around music and records and the people who want to also be around them. I laugh numerous times a day working in a record store, the people I get to work with are hilarious and they make it easy to whistle while I work.” Lance Barresi
“I think it’s really important to get behind local artists and acts, there is just a wealth of local talent that otherwise wouldn’t necessarily be heard… that’s why we set up Tallbird as a record label as well. We’re very proud of the artists that we’ve championed and brought to the shop.” Maria Harris
"This is the first job where I have had the freedom to do what I’ve wanted to do. I’ve been able to create what I’ve wanted to create." Liceth Reyes
This week’s episode features Le Freak Records in Dundee. “Record Store Day… it’s kind of like Halloween to a fancy dress shop, in terms of its the one week or month where you actually kins of feel like you’re making money!“ Jack LeFeuvre
OK Computer seamlessly infuses electronic instrumentation into the initial Britrock sound without overwhelming it and the result is a spacey soundscape. OK Computer was the first Radiohead album that truly shocked their fans.
“It’s a place that people come to, they can relax, they can find something if they’re feeling great, they can find something if they’re feeling blue, it’s just a staple of what a good community should be.” Sandy Bitman