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Saturday 10am-7pm
Sunday   10am-5pm
Monday   Closed


Courtesy of Collective Concerts, enter here for a chance to win a pair of tickets to see Foy Vance on Monday, October 21 at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre.

Last Month's Top Sellers

1. BEATLES - Abbey Road (50th Anniversary)
2. BON IVER - i,i
3. SANDRO PERRI - Soft Landing 
4. RHEOSTATICS - Here Come The Wolves
5. JOAN SHELLEY - Like The River Loves The Sea

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dirty%20projectors-rise.jpgIf the measure of a cover is the ability of the artist to reinvent the source material, then they don't come much better than Rise Above. A song-by-song cover of Black Flag's seminal Damaged, Rise is unrecognizable as a punk album. Dave Longstreth takes his daring, magnificent voice and fearlessly recasts the album as a defiant collision of harmony, dissonance and rhythms. These ambitious recompositions are dizzying and not for the faint-of-heart, but, however the sounds have been restructured, the punk spirit of these songs remains strong as ever.

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