July 21st: Patrick Yeo, Perennial, Zanders, The New & Very Welcome, Who Loves You

Flyer by Ethan Grenier.
Thanks to Jessica for putting this show together and doing it here at Willimantic Records.






No admission charge but donations to the bands are welcomed and encouraged. This show happens to coincide with Willimantic's 3rd Thursday Street Fest, which means tons of food and entertainent to check out between bands up on Main Street.

Meteorological Society, Gun Shy, Parlay Droner, Spit-Take, Forget The Times - July 13th at Willimantic Records

FORGET THE TIMES (Kalamazoo, MI): "Forget The Times started in 2010 as a free improv collective from led by Sean Hartman. The band combines elements of psych, drone, noise rock, avant garde, post rock and free jazz. The band has since solidified around a core group of members and performs regularly in the Kalamazoo area. In addition they have been performing live scores to silent films in partnership with the Alamo Drafthouse." - https://www.facebook.com/forgetthetimes/timeline

SPIT-TAKE (New Haven, CT) - "Although Superchunk hasn’t abdicated its throne as the gold standard for punk-spirited indie-rock, Connecticut’s Spit-Take would make a worthy successor. The New Haven trio has sharpened its focus over the years, and on its second record the band is dealing in a genre of its very own, jokingly dubbed Frog Rock. The A.V. Club is streaming all of the album, which is available now through Ice Age Records, below. Frog Rock sees the band at the peak of its powers as Spit-Take mines moody melodies to great effect, twisting them into the kind of agitated-yet-thoughtful rockers that would make Mac McCaughan proud. " - http://www.avclub.com/article/spit-take-makes-joke-genre-descriptors-its-new-alb-237631

PARLAY DRONER: "ghost dreams; ink flecked hands and labored hearing. Who I am is not where I get my thumb scanned, though I identify as caretaker of broken children. Unanimously ominous anonymity, undermined by insomnia and the past; a vessel vested sans sails and maps, unmanned with defective mast." - http://parlaydroner.bandcamp.com/album/this-was-a-man

GUN SHY (New Haven, CT) - Andrea from PROCEDURE CLUB & Wes from ESTROGEN HIGHS have a new band called GUN SHY. Don't miss their Willimantic Records debut!

METEOROLOGICAL SOCIETY: "The advancement of science depends on investigators having the freedom to carry out research objectively and without the fear of threats or intimidation whether or not their results are expedient or popular."

Music starts at 6pm.

John Bent art exhibit closing get together with music provided by CERISE MONTCLAIR & DR. MARTINO

Dr. Martino and Cerise Montclair at Willimantic records! Come by and get a copy of the recently released Calligrams (featuring Dr. Martino). John Bent's artwork comes down off the walls afterward, don't miss this chance to view his fantastic paintings.

Saturday, June 25, 2016

Music starts at 7pm.


LAMB BOMBS - "Misinformed Art-Punk" from "where the river meets the sound" https://myspace.com/lambbombs

GROUND WATER MAFIA - from Nashville, Tennessee. "2 piece DIY noise punk/sludge band with elements of blues/jazz/improv and a lot of stage presence"

MONSOONS (just added) - "CT weird electro-punk metal jazz avant garde pop" https://www.facebook.com/monsoons66666/timeline

Rest Ashore was origianlly scheduled to play, but won't be able to make it on June 4th.

Sale extended thru Sunday, April 24, 2016: Save 20% off the regularly marked price on all used vinyl records.

Willimantic Records Hours:
Wednesday: 12 to 7pm
Thursday: 12 to 7pm
Friday: 12 to 7pm
Saturday: 11am to 6pm
Sunday: 12 to 5pm
Monday & Tuesday: closed