Wednesday, April 14, 2010

TVD's Ten Weeks of Record Store Day Vinyl Giveaways - Week 10

Studio-obsessed indie rockers
The Apples in stereo are celebrating the start of a new decade with the release of their seventh studio album, Travellers in Space and Time, their most hi-fi and hook-laden production to date. Described by frontman Robert Schneider as "retro-futuristic super-pop," the album is the official follow-up to 2007’s New Magnetic Wonder, and the band's second release for Elijah Wood’s Simian Records. The album will be released on April 20 via Yep Roc/Simian/Elephant 6.

In honor of Record Store Day we've got a vinyl copy of Future Vintage: Covers of The Apples in stereo to award one winner as we continue the march toward Record Store Day and close out our Ten Weeks of Record Store Day Giveaways.

Future Vintage: Covers of The Apples in stereo will be available free with purchase of 'Travellers' at your favorite local indie retailer on Record Store Day (three days before the album's release date on April 20th.) A list of participating indie retailers is right here.

The 12" of Apples covers features:

Side A:
1. "Ruby" by Ted Leo | 2. "Benefits of Lying (w/ Your Friend)" by Bad Veins
| 3. "The Rainbow" by Throw Me The Statue

Side B:
1. "Ruby" by The Generationals
| 2. "Same Old Drag" by Maps and Atlases | 3. "Strawberryfire" by Elf Power

...but why wait until Saturday to snap up this gem? We've got it for one you right now.

The rules can't be any simpler for our last week of RSD2010 Giveaways. All you need to do to enter to win is to leave a comment in the comments section to this giveaway letting us know why you deserve to win this week's vinyl.

Be creative, funny, incisive—whatever it takes to grab our attention to deem you the winner. Most important however is to leave us a contact email address! You can be brilliant as hell, but if we can't track ya' down, you're out of the running.

All winners will all be notified on Monday, 4/19!


|A Study In Temperament| said...

A woman selling apples in New York is puzzled by a man who always pays a quarter, but never picks up an apple. This goes on for some time until, one day, the woman runs after the man as he walks away. 'I know why you are chasing after me...
you want to know why I always pay a quarter but never take an apple,' the man says. The woman replies: 'No, I wanted to tell you that the price has just gone up'.

Why did the apple stop rolling down the hill?

Because it ran out of juice...

A few apples for a few apples please! (preferably not the mono copy)

Andy Dunn said...

A friend told me you need to see Apples in Stereo Live, they are really fun. So 2 years ago i saw them at pitchfork and boy was he right! Ever since I have loved their material. They are fun, exciting and full of energy!

Jon said...

Our Apples Giveaway has been revised...please check back in!

Adam said...

Can you get that pixelated Nicole character to make more posts? Despite the exceptionally high quality of everything on this blog, i think i might like her stuff the best.