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Live video Hangout with Jeff Moses will take place at varied stops and at various times throughout the day.
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The Intrepid Jeff Moses Will Provide Words And Images — And Some Scattered Video — From Many Of The Downtown Phoenix Spots Participating In Record Store Day


By Jeff Moses
Modern Times Magazine

April 19, 2014 — Vinyl is dead. Long live vinyl.

More than two decades have passed since vinyl was first reported dead but a recent resurgence has validated interest in record store day, taking place all day April 19 throughout the Phoenix Metro.

Music and Arts editor Jeff Moses will be live blogging his entire experience — including his hunt for Playboy Manbaby’s vinyl split, as many Flaming Lips records as possible, and of course any all rare finds along the way. Jeff is going to join Button Struggler on their Record Store Day Tour as well as look to encounter Mixtape Mandi  on her similar voyage. Keep up with Jeff through the live blog or social media, or feel free to find him at the store to be a part of the blog.

Also if technology allows, we will be bringing a live Google Hangout from each stop along the way.

Some participating locations include:

12 W. Camelback Road, Phoenix. 602-248-9461,

Revolver Records
918 N. Second St., Phoenix. 602-795-4980. 3306 S. McClintock Drive, Tempe. 602-776-0373,

The Record Room
4211 N. Scottsdale Road. 602-460-0040.

Double Nickles Collective (Eastside Records)
45 W. Southern Ave., Tempe. 480-829-3741.

Zia Records
3201 S. Mill Ave., Tempe. 480-829-1967,
1850 W. Camelback Road, Phoenix. 602-241-0313.
2510 W. Thunderbird Road, Phoenix. 602-866-7867.
1940 W. Chandler Blvd., Chandler. 480-857-4942.

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