Saturday, June 19, 2010

Bebe Buell & Ovideo visit Origami + New Adds & Restocks

In preparation for her headlining slot at the Roxy this coming Tuesday, June 22nd, Bebe Buell will be visiting Origami Vinyl to hold a special signing and listening party for her new album "Sugar". This is her first album in 10 years and is described as being "a deeply autobiographical, cinematic rock ‘n roll affair...wide in scope and very emotional!". For fans of hers this will be a unique and intimate experience. We've also got a few tickets to give away for her concert so keep your eyes on our twitter.

Afterwards at 7pm we have local band Ovideo playing in-store. These guys are simply amazing and we hope you will come by to check them out. In our opinion they are one of the most underrated and overlooked bands in the area. Grab a copy of their latest album "8" and support this incredible band.

New Adds:
Dan Deacon – Woof Woof 12”
Dead Luke – American Haircut
Dntel – Early Works, Later Versions
Hanoi Janes – Year Of Panic
Japanther – Don’t Trust Anyone Over 30
Jeff Mangum – Live At Jittery Joes (Reissue)
Neverever – Angelic Swells
Shark Toys – Finis! 7”
The Pains Of Being Pure At Heart – Just Say No To Love 7”
Wild Nothing – Gemini

Bear In Heaven – Beast Rest Forth Mouth
Bear In Heaven – Wholehearted Mess
Black Tambourine – S/T
Chase Pagan – Oh, Musica!
Copeland – Beneath Medicine Tree
Dr. Dog – Fate
Dr. Dog – The Girl (Beck Remix) 7”
Generationals – When They Fight They Fight 7”
Jawbreaker – Unfun (Reissue)
Jill Cunniff (The Sleepy Jackson) – City Beach
Megafaun – Gather, Form And Fly
Pattern Is Movement – All Together
The Appleseed Cast – Peregrine
The High Strung – Moxie Bravo
The Mummies – Play Their Own Records
The Mummies – Play Their Own Records
The Pale / Copeland – Split EP
The Rocket Summer – Calendar Days
The Spinto Band – Franco Prussian 7”
The Spinto Band – Moonwink
Thee Oh Sees – Warm Slime
V/A – Nigeria Disco Funk Special: The Sound Of The Underground Lagos Dancefloor 1974-79
V/A – Nigeria Rock Special: Psychedelic Afro-Rock in 1970’s Nigeria
V/A – Soviet Funk Vol. 1
V/A – Soviet Funk Vol. 2

Let's RIDE!!!

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