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Record Store Day to bring live music, rare record deals next week



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DJ Ann Jonker plays LPs on April 19, 2015, during the Record Store Day celebration at Landlocked Music. The store will celebrate Record Store Day on April 13 with live music and exclusive vinyl releases.  IDS file photo Buy Photos

Landlocked Music will celebrate Record Store Day on April 13 with live music and exclusive vinyl releases. The “All Day Love Affair,” according to its Facebook event page, goes from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. at the store’s new location at 115 S. Walnut St.

Among the LPs available across all participating stores on Record Store Day 2019 are “Hunting High and Low/The Early Alternate Mixes” by A-Ha and “Blood On The Tracks — Original New York Test Pressings” by Bob Dylan.

The event offers a number of live performances including ABC Gum, Steve Marino and Heaven Honey. A full schedule of all DJs and acts can be found on Landlocked Music’s Facebook page.

ABC Gum released its debut self-titled album last December. The band is signed with Let’s Pretend Records, out of Bloomington.

Bloomington songwriter Steve Marino’s debut album, “Fluff,” will come out May 24 via Darling Recordings. Over the last decade, Marino has recorded multiple solo albums under the name Moor Hound, but “Fluff” is the first collection he’s recorded under his own name.

Heaven Honey, an alternative pop and folk rock band, has been a regular performer in the Bloomington music scene, having performed at Culture Shock 2018.

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