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On Wednesday night, The Reader‘s Peter Margasak published a limp rebuke of our pop up store. As Margasak had framed his queries in the soft tones of gutless gotcha journalism (Quotes from the original email: “I know you guys are pretty ambivalent about RSD, as am I.” and “I’m writing a little thing for the Reader about Numero’s pop-up store and other activities.”), we can only shake our heads and chuckle.
Patrick from Carrot Top/Saki has posted his lengthy and reasoned response as well (We’re referred to as Ninjas, a first). The comments present a variety of sides and are well worth the scroll-down. It was followed by a clarifying post. It’s cool to see indie music get all up in arms for a good debate, just like the old days of Maximum Rock & Roll columnists blowing feet of column space on who is ruining the scene, man.
Us? We’re too busy setting up an awesome record store to worry about the haters.
Meanwhile on the positive side of the board, NPR has called WTNG 89.9 Solid Bronze one of the top 13 records to look out for on Record Store Day. We agree.
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