Filed under: Record Store Day
April is going to be a busy month for us. If you live in Chicago or New York and would like to take our relationship to the next level, please consider coming out to one or all of the following affairs.
Saturday, April 18th: Chicago Pop-Up
Love it or hate it, April 18th is Record Store Day. In observance, we’ll be
hungover situated at Logan Square’s adorable Comfort Station (2579 N. Milwaukee) for our annual pop-up shop. We’ll have our the entire Numero catalog on hand, plus discounted dingers, loosies, and exclusives (Numero Group Tasting Menu). We’ll also have a room full of used merchandise being trucked in from around the midwest, including about 10,000 45s, priced to move. This is always fun.
Friday April 24th through Sunday April 26th: Brooklyn Pop-Up
The following weekend, we return to Greenpoint to cram ourselves and our wares into Human NYC (110 Meserole Ave). We’ll be open from Noon-8pm everyday. Stop by and say hello!
Friday Night (April 24th): Chicago Party at Berg’n (Screening/Dancing)
Friday Night we truck down to Berg’n (899 Bergen St.) for a casual screening of Ultra-High Frequencies: The Chicago Party. Afterwards, we’ll be playing records, chatting, dancing, and interacting with Brooklynites. This event is free to the public, but in the event that capacity issues arise it would behoove you to RSVP here. Just in case.
Saturday April 25th: Grown Folks Mixer at Great Georgiana
And finally on Saturday night, we drag our weary bones down to the Great Georgiana (248 Dekalb Ave) for a tasteful night of tasteful music with excellent lighting and rich woodgrains. A great neighborhood bar in a great neighborhood, we’re excited to be headed back to Fort Greene where we always feel like extras in a Roots video.
While we’d love for you to come out to one (or all) of these special events, we really want to see you in Greenpoint for the pop-up. That’s what all this is about. All these other places, we’ll be busy DJ’ing or drinking or napping in our van, but at Human NYC you’ll have our undivided attention.
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