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Thursday, March 24, 2011

Record Store Day 2011 in St. Louis: What You Need to Know About The Bands, DJs and Free Beer [Updated!]

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Euclid Records:

Free Live Music From: John Doe & Jill Sobule the Bottle Rockets Snake Ranch LucaBrasi Ultraman the Sights Jans Project the Pelvic Girdles the Deciders Troubadour Dali the Blind Eyes Sleepy Kitty Warm Jets USA the R6 Implant Black Fast

There will likely be another band or two. The complete schedule will be posted on Euclid Records' blog as soon as it is finalized.

DJ Spins: Thomas Crone (KDHX DJ, music journalist, blogger) Rob Levy (KDHX DJ) Cat Pick (KDHX DJ) Al Swacker (KDHX DJ) 18 & Counting Elemental Child Billy Brown Deadasdisco Josh Levi DJ Chilly C DJ Trash Talk DJ Parisian super conductor Cor(e)yography DJ Black Guy DJ Luxxter

Everything in the store will be on sale at 10% off both days, except for these limited editions and the Euclid Sessions releases.

Food and drink will be available for purchase outside the store, provided by Highway 61 Roadhouse and Cyrano's.

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Vintage Vinyl:

DJ Spins: 10 a.m. - Travis 11 a.m. - Annie Zaleski (RFT music editor, KDHX DJ) Noon - Jaime Lees (music journalist) 1 p.m. - Eric King ("Slip of the Disc" KDHX DJ) 2 p.m. - Annie, Dave, Jess and Julie 3 p.m. - Katie and Jason 4 p.m. - Dean Minderman 5 p.m. - DJ Will Power (Soulition) 6 p.m. - Steve Smith (The Royale) 7 p.m. - Justin, Berrek, Fernando & Lauren

Musical Performances: -Kelley Hunt -I Hate Punk Rock Records showcase (details TBA) -Safety Words -Matthias -Pretty Little Empire -Beat Street

Also: -Free beer courtesy of Schlafly -Contests and prizes

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