Filed under: Record Store Day
For Record Store Day (observed internationally, April 21st) Chicago’s dancing-friendly Empty Bottle will undergo a brief transformation as it becomes the Numero Group’s 1-day-only pop up store. In addition to great deals and great company, Numero will provide a great soundtrack to your shopping experience. Every hour on the hour, a different Numero-sanctioned selector will take the wheel, keeping things interesting for you, our valued guests. There will be an hour of WTNG: Solid Bronze sea-worthy rock, including compilation outtakes, that for one reason or another, did not make the cut. There will be an hour of post-Petey Pablo rap singles from the state of North Carolina. Closing out the the festivities, our resident thrashologist “Skatemaster Nate” Phillips will project a melange of skateboarding segments that celebrate the VHS-bound marriage of shredding and song. We hope that Chicagoland shoppers will come by, stay, or return for what should prove to be a fantastic Record Store Day.
9am: Michael Slaboch
10am: Will Luck
11am: Mary Nisi
Noon: Jon Kirby presents: “Raise It Higher: Alternate Rap Anthems for NC”
1pm: Ken Shipley
2pm: Rob Sevier
3pm: Zach Meyers – Saturday Afternoon Gospel Funk Service
4pm: “Special Guest”
5pm: Skatemaster Nate presents: Gleaming the Tube: the Sk8 Mix-Tape (working title)
The Empty Bottle is at 1035 N. Western Ave. See you Saturday!
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