ROOSTER - December 14th at 2pm


ROOSTER - An Afro Funk Quintet


2pm, Sunday, December 14th at Willimantic Records



Matthew Dean (Djembe, Percussion)
J Curland (Drum Kit)
Patrick Pollin (Bass)
James Holland (Congas, Percussion)
Christian George (Guitar)

Listen to ROOSTER online here: https://soundcloud.com/roostermusicbeats

Admission is free with donations to the musicians encouraged.

"Chaos and Joy in Willimantic" - Art opening December 13th


Chaos and Joy in Willimantic

A multimedia art show. Opening reception 2pm, Saturday, December 13th
at Willimantic Records.


Not literally every square inch of the record shop, but close to it, will be covered with artwork. Presented by Vulturetown Arts, and organized by Chad & Roxanne (the beautiful Willimantic weirdos who created "Art Attacks" in past years), this group show will run until February 20, 2015.

Participating artists are: Nancy Olivia Hoffman, Desmond Von Bora, Kacee O'Brien, Devon Lawless, Sky Thompson, Paul Flaherty, Shane French, Robin Ritz, George Hakkila, Donna Nicolino, Dawn Cook, S.L. Johnson, Samantha McGiver, Jim Szarkowicz, Christina Hammon, Joshua Burkett, Mariclare Cole, Amanda Dawn, Jason 
Borga, Kenneth Saintonge, Nick Scavetta, and Josh Young; with more still to be announced.

Live music at the December 13th opening reception provided Sam Moss. The Meteorological Society, Electric Dawn, and George Hakkila. All of the musicians, with the exception of Sam Moss, will also have artwork in the 'CHAOS and JOY' exhibition.

Sam Moss: Critics have good things to say about Sam's guitar, fiddle, and banjo playing.
“I’m stunned by the raw talent of younger performers like Daniel Bachman and Sam Moss.”- Lars Gotrich, NPR

The Meteorological Society: Josh Young makes his long-awaited return to Willimantic Records with a mixture of tape loops, records, and keyboards.

Electric Dawn: singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist; has led Willimantic's own Shrinnirs (formerly known as the Bimbo Shrineheads) since the mid-1980s.

George Hakkila: "alternative pop noise folk jangle" influenced by Devo, Captain Beefheart, Minutemen, Volcano Suns, the Girls, and Neil Young.


Admission is free.

Tickets for the PARSONSFIELD, CAN KICKERS, HANGING HILLS show now available at Willimantic Records


Vulturetown Arts is a creative group of Willimantic residents working towards providing a permanent venue for music, film, visual and performing arts. Our goal is to entertain and 
inspire, and to promote a creative community. For now we are a roving organization so 
keep a look out for our live shows, renegade art installations and our mobile art gallery. 
We're here for YOU so go out and make shit! - VULTURETOWN ARTS

On Saturday, December 13th, Vulturetown Arts will present an evening with PARSONSFIELD (formerly Poor Old Shine), THE CAN KICKERS, and HANGING HILLS.

 Bellingham Auditorium - Windham Town Hall 
979 Main St. 
Willimantic, CT 06226

Doors open at 7:00pm.

Tickets are available now at Willimantic Records.

$15 in advance/$20 day of show

Tickets are also available online: click here.

Parsonsfield is a five-piece Americana band from Connecticut that infuses a rowdy, rock-'n'-roll spirit into its bluegrass and folk influences, blowing away any preconception of what you think banjos and mandolins should sound like. Parsonsfield - Chris Freeman (vocals, banjo), Antonio Alcorn (mandolin), Max Shakun (vocals, pump organ, guitar), Harrison Goodale (bass), Erik Hischmann (drums)has toured steadily since 2010. In 2013 they recorded their debut album Poor Old Shine (Signature Sounds Recordings), produced by Sam Kassirer (Josh Ritter, Lake Street Dive). The critics were impressed, with David Vescey from the New York Times noting, "I fully expect to hear more from this band as the years go on." and the U.K.'s Maverick Magazine calling it 
"A blistering energetic debut." 

The Can Kickers are an old time band with drums. They formed in 2000 and have done over 700 shows in the U.S., Canada, Mexico, and Europe. Dan Thompson plays fiddle, Doug Schaefer plays drums, and Daniel Spurr plays banjo, guitar, and sings. 


Hanging Hills is a folk rock band from Willimantic, CT that is becoming an integral part of the growing scene in the state's quiet corner. They craft songs that are heavily rooted in the past while maintaining a steady foothold in the present, constantly bridging the gap between nostalgia and innocent wonder. Hanging Hills is one of the most talented up-and-coming groups in Connecticut, and always ready to put on a quality, passionate performance. 
Their debut full length, The Great Divide, is out now. 



PRANA-BINDU and the FLAHERTY/COLBOURNE/ROBERSON TRIO - Sunday, November 9th at Willimantic Records


Paul Flaherty, Randall Colbourne, Mike Roberson 

3:15pm - PRANA-BINDU
Gene Moore, Todd Knapp, Matt Sekel, Michael Yarrish 

Donations to the musicians encouraged.


Saturday, November 8th: BIRTH OF FLOWER, SPIT-TAKE, NOTCHES


(their last set at Willimantic Records was as good as any performance that’s ever happened here.)

(great garage punk band)

(“raw, powerful pop punk from the granite state”)

Music starts at 7pm. 

Donations to the bands are encouraged.

Thursday, November 6th: EVERYMEN, DR. MARTINO, COP, MOM GENES



EVERYMEN - Florida based swamp rockers on tour

DR. MARTINO - “the single-coil jangle of surf music, the growl of garage rock, and the melody of a pop vocal group”

COP - “UConn’s most handsome, playing weird hardcore”

MOM GENES - Ross, from Hanging Hills, with some friends.



No cover charge to get in, but donations to the bands are encouraged.

THE DADDYO'S (Tulsa, OK), ANNABELLE CHAIRLEGS (Austin, TX), JORGE VERDE (Storrs, CT), MONSOONS (Columbia, CT) - Wednesday, October 29th at Willimantic Records


Wednesday, October 29th at Willimantic Records:

THE DADDYO’S (Tulsa, Oklahoma): “shoegaze spooky sunshine pop”


ANNABELLE CHAIRLEGS (Austin, Texas): “dirt pop”






MONSOONS - Andrew, from PREACHER, has a new band.



Music starts at 7pm.

Monday, October 27th - WILDHONEY, SPECTRAL FANGS, and THE AMPHIBIOUS MAN


Normally closed on Mondays, Willimantic Records will open at 6pm on October 27th. 

Music starts at 7pm.

THE AMPHIBIOUS MAN - “was taught music by witches and jackals”


WILDHONEY - shoegaze noise pop from Baltimore, Maryland 



SPECTRAL FANGS - noisy basement power pop


Donations to the bands encouraged.

October 2014 - Save cash on records and clothes!



Make a purchase at BLISS Boutique this month, October 2014, and save 10% on used vinyl here at Willimantic Records. Purchase anything at Willimantic Records this month and save 10% at BLISS (excluding BLISS consignment items). Just remember to bring your receipts (and maybe remind me to stamp 'em with the Willi Rec stamp).

Jack Wright (sax) with Ilan Manouach (sax) & Ben Bennett (percussion) preceded by the Roberson/Colbourne Duo and Greg Conte - Saturday, September 27th at Willimantic Records

3:30pm - Greg Conte

4pm - The Roberson/Colbourne Duo
(Mike Roberson on guitar and Randall Colbourne on drums)

5pm - Wright/Manouach/Bennett Trio 
Jack Wright is a saxophonist. He is either a very serious musician or else, uninterested to carry that burden, he could hardly be considered serious at all. In the 80s he called himself "non-commercial, not interested in the marketplace," what today is known as DIY. He tours regularly throughout North America and Europe, meeting new players along the way and playing sessions with anyone who asks. His wide vocabulary comes from private practice and a conviction that improvised music means openness to new ideas. He seeks to experience his music as if for the first time, rather than demonstrating a pre-constructed and self-approved aesthetic--he's not always sure he likes his own playing. He is motivated to put his love of playing in front of people, as well as his enjoyment of his many partners. - http://www.springgardenmusic.com/jackbio.html


Jack Wright, saxophonist, Ben Bennett, percussionist, and Ilan Manouach, saxophonist will be on a 9-day tour in the northeast, starting in Easthampton MA and ending in a performance in Brooklyn. Jack and Ben can be heard on their recent CD TANGLE They each met and played with Ilan in Athens Greece at separate times, and now the three come together.

This show starts early so folks can still get to the Bruce John Benefit on time.
http://www.willimanticdowntown.org/Events/eventView.asp?EventID=433

September 19th: GEORGE HAKKILA, AN HISTORIC, JORGE VERDE


GEORGE HAKKILA - Pizza Records recording artist also known as Ham Steak. Influenced by Devo, Captain Beefheart, Minutemen, Volcano Suns, the Girls, Neil Young. Reliably great (and always very funny), you'll be happy you left the house.


AN HISTORIC - "is the songwriting alias of composer/accordionist/vocalist Adam Matlock, focusing on frenzied and narrative songs with elements of Balkan music, cabaret, many varieties of art-song and American soul and punk."


JORGE VERDE
Guitarist & singer for the excellent POINT BONITA.  Don't miss his   Willimantic Records "bored, sad, and alone" debut.

Tuesday, September 16th: GOAT OF ARMS, STRAIGHT TO VHS, and SARALEE at Willimantic Records



SARALEE is Sara and Lee from Allston, Massachusetts (02134). 


"The silkscreened cover is not lying to you when it sends off those early K Records vibes... I am telling you now, don’t pass this one up only to realize too late that you need a copy." - Dave Martin (Matador Records)

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GOAT OF ARMS records for the phenomenal 100% Breakfast label out of Cambridge, MA. 

"Effortlessly wonderful accordion & drum duo of ladies who play cumbia. Nell owns this ridiculous souped-up accordion that can play midi or spit out a bunch of casio noises. Ivanna can rock everything from electronically generated handclaps to tin cans... Buckets of good times." - Angela Sawyer (Weirdo Records)

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STRAIGHT TO VHS - Garage Rock from New London, CT

“It used to be that too few bands sounded like The Wipers—other than Hot Snakes and early Nirvana—but like Ready the Destroyer, StV has Greg Sage’s unrelenting riffage prowess in spades on this five-song debut EP produced by Fatal Film’s Matt Potter. Having also rocked Cosmodemonic’s double-CD Powers New London, CT sampler harder than any band this side of 30-year vets The Reducers, the trio bust a fuzzy, sweaty garage punk with nasty bass in an early punk-ish attack, with 70’s Detroit tough guy vocals. It’s only five songs in 11-and-a-half minutes, but its rough and ready, full of piss, vinegar, and vigor, ripping it up like an update on The MC5’s “American Ruse.” And like an MC5, Radio Birdman, early Damned, or Wipers record, when they chant “Hey” every few seconds, you chant with them, fist in the air.” - The Big Takeover 

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A free show with donations to the bands encouraged and very much appreciated.

Normally only open Wednesday through Sunday, and closed on Monday & Tuesday, Willimantic Records will open at 5pm on Tuesday, September 16th.

August 29th: ROOSTER at Willimantic Records (second band still t.b.a.)


Special 4:30pm ROOSTER show at Willimantic Records for folks headed to, or from, the Coventry Regional Farmers’ Market pop-up "Happy Hour Market" with the Willimantic Brewing Company on Jillson Square in Willimantic.

This is a free show with donations to the musicians welcome. 

August 2014 Live Music Schedule

Saturday, August 2nd at 6pm:
EMPTY FLOWERS (ex-Cable members with great new remix LP out on Redscroll)
LANDING  (shoegaze drone pop masters, MOJO gave ‘em 5 out of 5 stars)
KOHOUTEK  ("psych improv with noise abstraction "from Philadelphia)
UNCLE JESSI ("poetic spirituality," includes two thirds of INSTANT FAMILY)

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Sunday, August 3rd at 3pm:
MORNING ARMS (out of Chicago, post-rock, folk, and baroque pop)
BAG OF BONES ("ambient emo post-rock" from New York)
BIRTH OF FLOWER  (Inflluenced by Neu!, Wire, Television, Can, Mission of Burma)
JACKET THOR  (Singer/songwriter Ryan K comes back to Willimantic Records)

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Thursday, August 7th at 7pm:
DR. MARTINO (EP release show for Willimantic jangle pop surf combo)
SPECTRAL FANGS (Danbury based "noisy power pop”)
KAM KAMA  ("new-wave/darkish post-punk band from Bloomington, Indiana)
OCTOPHANT  (from Hartford, CT - formerly known as The Vaporized)

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Saturday, August 16th at 5pm:
FLORIDA=DEATH (great new LP from one of  the best bands around)
BLOODPHEASANT  (Tor Johnson recording artists - “doom folk grunge”)
PATCH KIT (Broken World Media  band with excellent recent cassette)
OMEGA VAGUE (Dream pop band from Hartford)
WEAK TEETH  (hardcore "screamo" from Providence)

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Monday, August 18th at 7pm (store will open at 5pm):
SPIT-TAKE (first show back in Willimantic since moving to New Haven)
CRAB LEGS (“energetic punk from Fargo, North Dakota”)
THE FRIENDLY GHOST (“New London county folk rock”)

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Friday, August 29th at 4:30pm:
ROOSTER (groove heavy music with lots of swingin' percussion)
A second band will play as well, details still to be announced. This show will happen in conjunction with the Coventry Regional Farmers Market's special Willimantic pop-up Happy Hour event on Jillson Square.


Always all-ages,  all shows are free with donations to the musicians encouraged.

Saturday, August 2nd: EMPTY FLOWERS, LANDING, KOHOUTEK, UNCLE JESSI




EMPTY FLOWERS: ex-Cable members with great new remix LP out on Redscroll




LANDING: shoegaze drone pop masters.


KOHOUTEK: “improvised psych with noise tendencies & abstraction” from Philadelphia


UNCLE JESSI: “poetic spirituality” from New London, includes two thirds of INSTANT FAMILY 

Music starts at 6pm

Free show with donations to the bands encouraged.

Tuesday, July 15th: LOBO MARINO, GREYGLITCH, DAWN COOK



LOBO MARINO: global wandering & exploring "tribal/folk" duo currently nesting in Richmond, Virginia 

GREYGLITCH: "Creative electronics, Noise, High Weirdness"

DAWN COOK: solo set from The SHRINNIRS' singer/songwriter/guitarist 

A couple more performers may still be added, just waiting for them to confirm for this somewhat last-minute show.

Normally closed on Tuesdays, Willimantic Records will open at 5pm on Tuesday, July 15th. Music will start at 7pm.

No admission charge, but donations to the musicians are very much encouraged and gratefully appreciated.

July 2nd: GARRETT WALTERS, KOBY TEETH, THE CRISPIES


Wednesday, July 2nd at Willimantic Records:

GARRETT WALTERS
(“Bloomington, IN punky stuff featuring Mitch the Champ, Plan-it-X records”)





KOBY TEETH
(Willimantic fully-seated alt-country, possible solo set)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qxG9kMUMr-s





THE CRISPIES
(Willimantic drum machine punk from Dan & Maggie of Spit-take)


Music starts at 7pm.

Dave Z's 7" collection giveaway - Willimantic Records will open at 5pm on Monday, June 30th. Live music starts at 7pm.


Normally closed on Mondays, Willimantic Records will open at 5pm on June 30th for the Parasol, Spit-Take, Mal Devisa, Shore Country show. The bands will start playing at 7pm.

Thanks to the generosity of Dave Z., a.k.a. Dave Brushback, June 30th will be a great chance for collectors of punk & indie 7" records to grab a bunch of singles for free. A lot of this stuff is much better than Dave let's on, so get here early. Limit of 15 free singles per person regardless of number of purchases.

June 30th is also the first chance to buy Spit-Take's debut album in Willimantic. Just back from touring the USA, don't miss them.


In-Store Shows on June 28th and June 30th

Saturday, June 28th at 2pm: 

ELISA FLYNN - Indie fok chanteuse from Brooklyn, NY

GEORGE HAKKILA - Oopah!

LYS GUILLORN - “avant twang clinical blues”

DAWN COOK - The Shrinnirs’ singer/songwriter/guitarist 

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Monday, June 30th at 7pm:
Normally closed on Mondays, Willimantic Records will open at 5pm for this show.

PARASOL - Boston ultra-rad noisy pop


SPIT-TAKE - local rockers, fresh from a cross country tour


MAL DEVISA - W. Mass unique & super cool lo fi artist on the rise


SHORE COUNTRY - “CT/NY solo bummer pop/punk”


Dave Zukauskas will giveaway hundreds of indie & punk 7” records at this show. More details here.

Live Music Schedule for June 2014

Friday, June 6th at 7pm:
LANDING (Connecticut)  "5 stars out of 5- US quartet create wonderful psychedelic soundscapes on this, their fourth long playing excursion. Plaintive songwriting, ambient harmonies, and tripped out textures ripple throughout the subconscious like a midsummer's dream. Some of the best avant-prog and lo-fi space rock around"  - MOJO Magazine

MOCKINGBIRD (Akron, Ohio) Progressive doom trio made up of guys who've played in Rune, Rue, Ultra Lord, Twenty Third Chapter, Medusa Complex, Ichabod Crane, and Soul Compost.

JERKAGRAM (Brooklyn, NY) "Two brothers who you can't believe are as old as they claim making delicious sonic sauce for all to pour on themselves in ecstasy."



GREG CONTE (Waterford, CT) ex-Mi6 bassist, current NERVE STEW guitar mangler.



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Saturday, June 7th at 7pm: 
POSTURE & THE GRIZZLY - Broken World Media are releasing this Willimantic trio's debut record. Bound to sell out quick, come to this show and buy one.

DAVID F. BELLO - The World is a Beautiful Place & I am No Longer Afraid to Die's lead singer just released a fantastic 7" ep.


FOR EVEREST - "NYC indie rock / emo set to release a new EP later this month."

SETTLER - MA based emo band

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Wednesday, June 11th at 7pm:
SPEAKER FOR THE DEAD - "15 to 30 piece queer and allied clusterfolk brasspunk band." The last time they played Willimantic Records they had a sword swallower and a fire eater outside in the parking lot.

THAT REALLY AWESOME GUY WITH A GUITAR - Tyler Bisson is TRAGWAG

JACKET THOR - CT singer/songwriter Ryan K. returns.

DANNY HENRY - Brian Wilson influenced songwriter from Massachusetts

BEN GAGLIARDI & FRIENDS - bunch of Worcester folks playing old-time folk dance music

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Saturday, June 28th at 2pm: 
ELISA FLYNNIndie fok chanteuse from Brooklyn, NY

GEORGE HAKKILA - Oopah!

LYS GUILLORN - "avant twang clinical blues"

DAWN COOK - The Shrinnirs' singer/songwriter/guitarist 

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Monday, June 30th at 7pm:
Normally closed on Mondays, Willimantic Records will open at 5pm for this show.

PARASOL - Boston ultra-rad noisy pop


SPIT-TAKE - local rockers, fresh from a cross country tour


MAL DEVISA - W. Mass unique & super cool lo fi artist on the rise



SHORE COUNTRY - "CT/NY solo bummer pop/punk"



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All shows are free, with donations to the musicians encouraged.


POSTURE & THE GRIZZLY Record Release Show Saturday, June 7th at Willimantic Records with DAVID F. BELLO, FOR EVEREST, and SETTLER



POSTURE & THE GRIZZLY - Broken World Media are releasing this Willimantic trio's debut record. Bound to sell out quick, come to this show and buy one.



DAVID F. BELLO - The World is a Beautiful Place & I am No Longer Afraid to Die's lead singer just released a fantastic 7" ep.


FOR EVEREST - "NYC indie rock / emo set to release a new EP later this month."


SETTLER - MA based emo band released one of Derrick (TWIABP) favorite recent records.


Thanks to Derrick for putting this show together. More info on his original FB event page here: https://www.facebook.com/events/753861791325401/?source=73


Right here at Willimantic Records, Saturday, June 7th at 6pm.


Willimantic Records
744 Main Street
Willimantic, CT 06226 USA
(entrance and parking are in the back of the building on Riverside Drive, near the railroad tracks)

Friday, June 6th at Willimantic Records: LANDING, JERKAGRAM, GREG CONTE, MOCKINGBIRD

Just added: MOCKINGBIRD (Akron, Ohio) Progressive doom trio made up of guys who've played in Rune, Rue, Ultra Lord, Twenty Third Chapter, Medusa Complex, Ichabod Crane, andSoul Compost.




LANDING (Connecticut) From Mojo Magazine: "5 stars out of 5- US quartet create wonderful psychedelic soundscapes on this, their fourth long playing excursion. Plaintive songwriting, ambient harmonies, and tripped out textures ripple throughout the subconscious like a midsummer's dream. Some of the best avant-prog and lo-fi space rock around" 


JERKAGRAM (Brooklyn, NY) "Two brothers who you can't believe are as old as they claim making delicious sonic sauce for all to pour on themselves in ecstasy."

GREG CONTE (Waterford, CT) ex-Mi6 bassist, current NERVE STEW guitar mangler.

A free show with donations to the musicians very much encouraged.


Music starts at 7pm.

Friday, May 23rd: LYRA, COP, THE CRISPIES



("PVD raging, fast, and emotional hardcore, members of Weak Teeth")


("CT noisy/weird hardcore")


("local shy pop punk, members of spit-take")


Music starts at 7pm.


Thanks to Dan for putting this show together. 

Dawn Cook's Retrospective Art Show currently at Willimantic Records


Dawn Cook will be at the shop taking questions while she works on her latest piece from 6pm to 7pm on Thursday, May 15th. Feel free to talk art and politics with her or simply observe her technique while shopping for records.  Mamoun’s falafel truck will be in town that evening for the Third Thursday Street Festival, so why not stop by.

Saturday, April 26th: FUTURE PUNX, KID/ASTRO/DR. MARTINO, KOBY TEETH, FURNSSS



Future Punx - post wave from Brooklyn, NY

Furnsss - tag themselves as " alternative connecticut indie rock jangle pop tape Connecticut"


Kid/Astro - "chiller punk" from Boston, MA

Dr. Martino - 3 piece surf folk rock relocated from Gainesville to Willimantic 

Koby Teeth - Curtis, Pat and Nick 


As always, a free show with donations to the bands encouraged.

Music starts at 3pm.

Record Store Day 2014 - Store opens at 9am. Live music starts at 2pm.



The shop will be open from 9am to 9pm with live music starting sometime early in the afternoon and running until closing. 


Thanks to James Szarkowicz for the fantastic artwork.

Tentative live music schedule with additional performers likely to be squeezed in here and there:

2pmLITUYA BAY (ambient drones from Oberlin, Ohio)
3pm - CONNOR DOTAY (solo stuff from SO SORRY lead dude)
4pmBRISTOL BARNSTORMERS  (guitar & a couple of harmoniums with new cd)
5pm - GEORGE HAKKILA (ex-HAMSTEAK freakin' magic)
6pm - THE CRISPIES (Dan & Maggie from SPIT-TAKE)
7pm - THE GUY FROM BEASTMASTER (Dave from FLORIDA=DEATH)
8pm - LOSING SEASON  (pop punk but heavier)

7pm, Monday, April 21st at Willimantic Records: LIFE IN VACUUM, PATCH KIT, BLOODPHEASANT, SPIT-TAKE

LIFE IN VACUUM [ONTARIO - SKELETAL LIGHTNING]
"challenging angular post hardcore that will totally blow your mind! on tour from north-north america!"
http://lifeinvacuum.bandcamp.com/

PATCH KIT [CT/MA - BROKEN WORLD MEDIA]
"indie pop princesses from central connecticut celebrating the completion of their new (and first) record!"
http://absolutepunk.net/showthread.php?t=3696681

BLOODPHEASANT [RI - TOR JOHNSON]
"desperate, dark, and dirty desert-metal from the state next door that will decimate and destroy!"
http://modern-vinyl.com/2014/03/20/exclusive-spin-bloodpheasant-traum/

SPIT-TAKE [CT - SHITTY PRESENT]
"hometown heroes and soon-to-be legends. lync meets the 21st century. new record = non-stop rotation"
http://spit-take.bandcamp.com/


Normally closed on Mondays, Willimantic Records will open at 6pm on Monday, April 21st.

Thanks to Jess from Patch Kit for setting this up.


MAPMAKER, WORN LEATHER, YOUNG ENTHUSIASTS, JULES LEFEVRE - 7pm, Friday, April 18th at Willimantic Records

MAPMAKER
("triumphant punk from western new york, with members of the state lottery")
http://mapmaker716.bandcamp.com/

WORN LEATHER
("garage rock by punks, for punks, with members of dead uncles, snotrocket, iron hand")
http://wornleather.bandcamp.com/

YOUNG ENTHUSIASTS
("western mass math pop magicians, returning to willimantic")
http://www.weareenthused.com/

JULES LEFEVRE
("solo stuff from the only member of snotrocket who is subject to conscription into the french military")
http://snotrocket.bandcamp.com/track/wish-i-was-still-dreamin


Thanks to Dan Katz for setting this up.

Used Records on Sale Now Thru Sunday, April 13th


All used vinyl LPs, EPs & singles on sale from April 2 to April 13, 2014. 
20% will be taken off the current sticker price of used 7", 10", and 12" vinyl records at the register. 

Store Hours 
Wednesday: 12pm - 7pm
Thursday: 12pm - 7pm
Friday: 12pm - 7pm
Saturday: 11am - 5pm
Sunday: 12pm - 5pm