Record Store Day at Amoeba SF
Amoeba San Francisco - April 21st @ 9:00am
Limited edition releases! Sales! Twin Shadow! Guest DJs! New earlier opening time!
On Saturday, April 21, 2018, hundreds of independently owned music stores across the world will simultaneously unite with the purpose of celebrating our culture and the unique place that record stores occupy both in their local communities and the world.
We'll have hundreds of limited edition, exclusive releases available that day in-store only. RSD product is limited to stock on hand and available on a first come, first served basis. No holds, no phone orders. Limit one copy per title per customer. We cannot accept any store coupons on RSD releases.
WHAT'S HAPPENING AT AMOEBA SF:
-- We'll be open from 9am to 8pm! (Buy counter hours: 11am-8pm)
-- Record Store Day Gift Bags with purchase (while supplies last).
-- LIVE SILK SCREENING (9am - while supplies last)
Special Amoeba SF RSD 2018 design will be live screened onto t-shirts, brought to you by our good friends at Free Gold Watch. A portion of the proceeds from t-shirt sales will go to Taking It To The Streets SF!
-- SPECIAL SALES:
** 25% off used DVD & Blu-Ray
** 20% off turntables, posters, mugs & used books
-- TICKET GIVEAWAYS ON TWITTER
Follow @AmoebaSF on Twitter for Fillmore ticket giveaways all day long.
-- LIVE GIVEAWAYS IN THE STORE
-- REGISTER TO VOTE!
-- LIVE ENTERTAINMENT:
We kick things off at DJ BEARZBUB and his ever eclectic yet soulful barrage of garage, disco and oldies.with
photo of Bearzbub courtesy of Gooch
10am: Direct from LA and Daptone Records, we have recording and mixing maestro Simon Guzman with a DJ set.
|11am: Oakland's own B-Side Brujas headline our DJ showcase, laying down a set of salsa, funk, freestyle y mas!|
1pm: Twin Shadow (Live Set)
George Lewis Jr., better known as Twin Shadow, is an LA-based singer, songwriter, record producer, writer, and actor. His fourth album, Caer, will be released on April 27, 2018. Falling is a theme that surfaces throughout the album, which is why Lewis called it Caer - the Spanish word for "to fall." The album serves as a powerful lens through which Lewis explores his own personal sense of falling, as well as what he has observed about a world that feels as if it's declining. On a larger scale, Caer feels extraordinarily current, given what's going on culturally and politically right now.
Here's what we did last year: