Thursday, February 19, 2009

TVD's Eleven Weeks of Record Store Day Vinyl Giveaways | Week 4!

The Vinyl Giveaway Madness continues for another week here at TVD with two Dan Auerbach related releases -- The Black Keys "Attack & Release" and Dan's new solo LP, "Keep It Hid."

And if that's not enough to get you opining in the comments, our good friends at Crooked Beat Records have a pair of tickets to give away to see Dan Auerbach at the 9:30 Club on Saturday, February 28th! Get down to the store, tell 'em The Vinyl District sent ya, and enter your name into the giveaway. A winner for the tickets will be drawn in-store on 2/26 for Dan's show at the 9:30 on 2/28.

Meanwhile, the process is the same to get your hands on the vinyl: grab our attention in the comments WITH your email address (important!) so we can contact you about your triumphant win. (Or, you can comment and forward your email address in an email to us. We're not picky.) And remember - each entry into our vinyl contest is an automatic entry to win the Stanton T.90 USB turntable on Record Store Day 2009!

Just make it funny. Or make it smart. About record stores. Or Record Store Day. Or vinyl. About us or you. Or something else all together. Just make it before next Monday (2/23) when we'll choose our winner. (AND launch giveaway #5...)


3 comments:

Joe said...

After reading this blog for a while, my daughter recently got me to bring out all my old vinyl. We've been having a blast with it. She is learning, and I'm re-learning, why it's the best. The large format pictures, the careful handling of the album, and that you have to put effort into playing it makes the enjoyment more like you've earned it.

Thanks for helping us connect with each other TVD!

Joe gpl2day@hotmail.com

Libby said...

Just found this blog today. Right on! So glad Independent Record Store day started (I helped welcome the first one last year while working @ CD Central in Lex, KY). Keep it up dudes!

libbydostart@gmail.com

MUKISA / retrospect. said...

the Black Keys = too awesome. "The Big Come Up" is essential listening material. i'm just putting that out there. talk amongst yourselves...